Starting in March 2023, the Hybrid Intelligence Center is looking to fill the following PhD student and postdoc vacancies. Projects marked with a star are currently open for applications.  

Supervisor: Roel Dobbe, Technical University Delft
Co-supervisor: Maarten de Rijke, University of Amsterdam

Short description: 
We will develop new methodologies to design for the emergent nature of hybrid intelligent systems. We will develop formal abstractions for the analysis and design of the dynamics of hybrid intelligent systems. These will inform practical design. methodologies that can enforce important emergent properties such as safety or justice in the emergent system dynamic 

Supervisor: Victor de Boer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Co-supervisor: Shenghui Wang, University of Twente

Short description: 
We will investigate interactive methods for eliciting annotations of heritage objects by users from a varied background (cultural, geographical, gender, a.o.). We will investigate methods to acquire this diverse knowledge through a variety of modalities (dialogue systems, VR, and others) combined with diversity-preserving annotation and crowdsourcing methods. 

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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam


Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam is looking for a new colleague at the associate professor level to strengthen the research in Hybrid Intelligence, who will be closely aligned with the national research programme on Hybrid Intelligence. Examples of relevant areas of expertise are conversational AI, formal argumentation, computational social choice theory, multi-agent systems, plan recognition, safe and explainable reinforcement learning, explainable AI, computational game theory, causality, common-sense reasoning and AI in game playing, among others. Do not hesitate to apply if you have another area of expertise beyond this indicative list that is relevant to the study of Hybrid Intelligence.

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