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Dr Caitlin Bentley

Dr Caitlin Bentley

  • Academics

Lecturer in AI Education

Research subject areas

  • Computer science

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Biography

Caitlin Bentley is a Lecturer in AI Education. She is a member of the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Hub Syllabus Lab, the A+ Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms network, and Secretary of the Cybernetics Society. She has held prior academic positions at the University of Sheffield, the 3A Institute, Australian National University and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She has a PhD in Human Geography from Royal Holloway, University of London, a Masters in Educational Technology from Concordia University, and a BA in Computer Science from McGill University. Caitlin has also worked in various professional roles in the international development and technology sectors in more than 10 countries, spanning from Canada to the UK, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region.

Research interests

  • Trustworthy Autonomous Systems
  • Intersectionality as a critical social theory
  • Educational cybernetics
  • AI, Data Science and TAS education
  • Participatory design and governance of AI
  • AI for social good
  • Open development
  • Information and communications technologies for development
  • Constructivist education and learning environments
  • Inquiry-based learning

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