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Imre Bárd is a graduate of the Social Research Methodology PhD program at the London School of Economics.

His thesis studied the social representation of human enhancement technologies in different social milieus. Imre holds an MSc in Sociology from LSE, and a degree in Philosophy from the University of Vienna.

Now a postdoctoral researcher in the ethics team of the Dutch National Laboratory for AI in Education (NOLAI), based at Radboud University, he supports the development of AI-based solutions for primary and secondary schools.

Since August 2022, Imre has worked as a Trust & Safety contractor for OpenAI, where he has gained a glimpse of the day-to-day realities of AI development and deployment at scale, and the challenges of translating high-level ethical principles into operationalizable practices.

His past engagements include working on academic projects related to responsible innovation in neurotechnology, techno-moral change, and AI ethics, as well as conducting research for leading UK think tanks on AI governance and participatory AI development.

He has been the (co-)recipient of grant funding from the European Commission, the Wellcome Trust, Google's Artists and Machines Intelligence Program, and the Survival and Flourishing Fund.

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