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Imre Bard

Research student

Department of Methodology

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Key Expertise
AI ethics, Neuroethics, Science and technology, Philosophy of technology

About me

Imre Bárd is a PhD candidate in Social Research Methods supervised by Professor Patrick Sturgis and Dr Flora Cornish.

Imre's thesis studied the social representation of neuro-enhancement in different millieus. He holds an MSc in Biomedicine and Society, also from the LSE, and a degree in Philosophy from the University of Vienna.

Currently, Imre works with Prof Peter Reiner at the University of British Columbia as a research consultant, studying the ways in which advanced AI systems affect human values and moral frameworks, and he is a Trust & Safety contractor at OpenAI.

In the past, Imre worked on a number of research projects, including an EU FP7 project on responsible research and innovation in neuroenhancement, the JUST AI project co-hosted by the LSE and the Ada Lovelace Institute, and he has conducted research for Nesta on AI governance, collective intelligence methods to enhance group decision-making, and participatory methods in AI development.