Yaqub Chaudhary

(Templeton) Research Fellow in Science and Religion, Cambridge Muslim College

University of Cambridge

About Yaqub

Yaqub Chaudhary holds a PhD in Physics from Imperial College London, where he worked on the Physics of Plastic Electronic Materials and their potential use in future types of lasers. Prior to this he studied Electronic Engineering at the same institution. He is currently Research Fellow in Science and Religion at Cambridge Muslim College, where his research is on Artificial Intelligence from the perspective of Islamic philosophy and theology. His research interests include recent developments in the fields of AI, cognitive science and neuroscience in connection with Islamic conceptions of the mind, intelligence, human reasoning, cognition, knowledge, the nature of perception and consciousness.