Thesis title: Artificial intelligence and ethical decision making in a resource-limited health care environment
Jamie joins the Institute from his position as a Research Associate in the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU Langone’s Department of Population Health. Prior to that he earned an MA in Bioethics at NYU as a Fulbright Postgraduate Scholar. He gained his undergraduate degree at Pembroke College, Cambridge, receiving a BA in Philosophy and an MSci in History and Philosophy of Science, before completing the Teach First Leadership Development Program. Jamie is interested in the relationship between data and ethical frameworks for health resource allocation, and the possibilities for deliberative democratic decision making regarding the role of AI in health systems.