HDR 2022 Scholarship - Identifying skills needed to work collaboratively with Artificial Intelligence
Applications open: 5/07/2022
Applications close: 25/09/2022
About this scholarship
This exciting PhD studentship is funded and jointly supervised by CSIRO and Curtin. The project will focus on collaborative intelligence, which involves humans and Artificial Intelligence (Al) working interdependently towards a shared goal. Advances in the field of Al mean that collaborative work will be possible that maximises the strengths of humans and Al to achieve higher performance than either can achieve alone. This PhD will identify the contexts within which collaborative Al is likely to be required, explore what skills workers will need to work collaboratively with AI, and will help to identify strategies to support the development of these skills.
- Future Students
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Australian Citizen
- Australian Permanent Resident
- New Zealand Citizen
- Permanent Humanitarian Visa
- International Student
- Merit Based
This scholarship provides a living stipend of $30,000 p.a. based on full-time studies, for up to a maximum of 3 years.
Domestic or international full-time postgraduate students who meet the criteria for admission to a PhD at Curtin University, with an excellent academic record in a relevant field; and interest in the topic. The scholarship will especially suit an individual who aspires to do outstanding quality research with high practical impact.
- Prior studies in organisational psychology/ organisational behavior, or closely-related topic.
- Interest in Artificial intelligence, skills, and development.
- Outstanding communication skills and an ability to conduct research in complex professional settings.
- Statistical skills and excellent knowledge of research methods.
Expressions of interest are invited to be submitted electronically to Professor Sharon Parker at email@example.com The EOI should include: (1) a current CV with a full citation of all publications/relevant experience; (2) a statement about your research interests (maximum one page); (3) academic transcripts for every degree you hold; (4) the names of two referees, at least one being an academic referee. This will allow initial consideration of suitability for enrolment into a PhD and for the award of the scholarship. Where applicable an interview will be arranged. Applications will remain open until the PhD scholarship has been awarded.
Recipients must achieve an academic status of 'good standing' at each Annual Report for retention of their scholarship.
Professor Sharon Parker, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University, within which this scholarship will sit, see transformativeworkdesign.com