Jennifer Alison Chubb

Jennifer Alison Chubb


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Research interests

Jenn's research agenda is broadly concerned with the impact of science and technology on knowledge and understanding. Jenn is a researcher with expertise in STS and research policy, virtue epistemology, ethics, AI, narratives, futures and the public perception of science. She has researched responsibility in science, integrity and ethics across a range of domains such as education, health, music and the creative industries. Jenn recently researched the ethics of conversational AI for children’s storytelling with XR Stories.

Jenn’s current fellowship primarily focuses on the ethical and responsible development of AI technologies in the creative industries and storytelling as sense-making AI. Her background is in philosophy and social science. She also has over 12 years’ teaching and training experience in Higher Education and is currently supervising a PhD on the impact of live music venues.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Instrumentalism and Epistemic Responsibility., University of York

9 Sept 201118 Jan 2018

Award Date: 18 Jan 2018

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