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Xaroula Kerasidou


Researcher in the Ethics of AI in Population Health

Xaroula Kerasidou is a researcher in the ethics of AI in population health. Her research focuses on the ethical, legal and social issues that arise from the introduction of new technologies, such as AI, in healthcare. 

Xaroula has a background in the fields of science and technology studies, and media and cultural studies with a special interest in exploring how new technologies challenge us to reconceptualise the ontologies and power relations between human and the machine, and to understand what this means for ethics, politics and policy. 

Before joining ETHOX in 2022, Xaroula led the project ‘Configuring ethical AI in healthcare’ funded by the Wellcome Trust at Lancaster University, and worked as a researcher in various multidisciplinary projects such as GRAIMatter, SecInCore, BRIDGE, isiTethical

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