Update: Excited to share that I will be joining the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems as a tenure-track faculty (W2) in Fall 2025. I am actively seeking enthusiastic PhDs and postdocs to explore the future of AI agency, particularly its impact on marginalized and vulnerable populations. Please apply through CS@Max Planck if you’re interested. Before that, I will be undertaking the HAI Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford HAI from 2024 to 2025.

I’m a Dphil student in the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford, the Human Centred Computing group. My Dphil is supervised by Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Dr. Jun Zhao, Professor Max Van Kleek, and receives kind support from Professor Reuben Binns.

Currently, I am working on the KOALA project (led by Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Dr Jun Zhao), and the EWADA project (led by Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Sir Tim Berners-Lee). My research investigates the algorithmic impact on families and children, and what that means for their long-term development. I’m keen to explore the potential for designing more age-appropriate AI for families, as well as building more ethical web and data architecture for them. My research takes a human-centric approach, and focuses on understanding users' needs in order to design technological prototypes that are of real impact on today’s society.

Email: tiffanygewang@acm.org

Interests
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Age-Appropriate Artificial Intelligence
  • Ethical Web and Data Architecture
Education
  • Dphil in Computer Science, 2019 - 2024

    University of Oxford

  • MSc (Distinction) in Information Science, 2017 - 2018

    University College London

  • BA (Hons) in Physics, 2014 - 2017

    University of Oxford

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