Research Project Manager, AI for Science
The Alan Turing Institute
Adeniyi Fasoro is a Research Project Manager at The Alan Turing Institute. In this role, he helps deliver AI and data science into national research labs and research institutes across the UK, through strategic and operational management for the Data Science for Science programme.
He also conducts research, concerning the use of our shared ‘humanity’ to promote respectful treatment of persons. His research interest lies in ethics and political theory, but most recently, in applied ethics including data ethics. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at Brown University and Queen’s University at Kingston. He holds a PhD in Philosophy.
He is the primary contact point for the Data Science for Science programme at The Alan Turing Institute. Please get in touch with him if you would like to find out more about the programme or explore ways to collaborate.