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Martin Ingram

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Martin Ingram

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Research Interests:

Interested in Human-Computer interaction, the development of Artificial Intelligence, and the general effects of technology on the human experience. Currently undertaking a PhD that focuses on Calibration of Trust in teams of Humans and Autonomous Systems, which seeks to promote optimal user reliance in automated systems. I’m currently working with London-based Qumodo, an industrial partner who focus on development of AI systems for use in a variety of applied domains. I previously obtained my undergraduate degree in Psychology, and a master’s degree in Research Methods of Psychological Science, both at the University of Glasgow.[/custom_font][portfolio_list type=”standard” columns=”2″][/vc_column][/vc_row]