Better images of AI ( betterimagesofai.org)
We and AI runs the programme Better images of AI, which is a collaboration with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, BBC Research & Development, and contributed to and supported by a range of individual volunteers and supporting organisations. These include The Alan Turing Institute, Finnish Center for Artificial Intelligence, AI Sweden, The Ada Lovelace Insititute, Digital Catapult, All Tech is Human, Feminist Internet, and several other universities and non-profit organisations.
The programme aims to research, create, curate and make freely available more realistic and inclusive stock images of AI. This is because most available stock images are abstract, futuristic or science-fiction-inspired images which hinder the understanding of the technology’s already significant societal and environmental impacts. For example, images relating machine intelligence to human intelligence set unrealistic expectations and misstate the capabilities of AI, and can be laden with historical assumptions about gender, ethnicity and religion.
We and AI
We and AI is a Non-Profit Organisation working to increase the awareness and understanding of Artificial Intelligence. We are currently creating ways to engage people in the potential risks and rewards of the AI already in their lives and to show different ways to get their voices heard.
LCFI, University of Cambridge research project
This role is funded solely by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), awarded to the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge, to provide a research evidence base to inform the definition and development of better images of AI. The primary investigator of this project is Senior Research Fellow Dr Kanta Dihal, who has published many related books, journal articles and papers related to emerging technology narratives and public perceptions.
Through building an international network that brings together AI experts, media representatives, artists, activists, and the professionals who use these stock images, this particular project aims to investigate how best to identify existing and develop new stock images that both meet the needs of the users and accurately shape public perceptions.
Purpose of the Role
This is an opportunity to work on an influential and global project alongside leading researchers and respected AI organisations on a project at the heart of how responsible technology is communicated.
As a Marketing Manager, you will play an integral role in designing and developing our social media presence and effectiveness in achieving our charitable goals.
The role will involve liaising with and designing for a wide range of audiences and stakeholders, needing an understanding of both consumer and B2B techniques.
Scope of work will include:
Content and social media creation and management
We are looking for someone with experience and qualifications in marketing acquisition and retention strategy, campaign planning and management, digital media and communications platforms and practices, as well as brand development in both B2C and B2B. The ideal candidate will be passionate about the intersection of culture, society, art and technology. At this time we are only able to consider candidates operating within the UK.
The first stage involves writing a short motivation letter (no more than 500 words or one A4 page) outlining your skills and motivations. Please submit your supporting letter and CV to email@example.com using Research Project Marketing Manager Application as the email subject line. If you would like to make a submission in a different format, such as video or audio, please also get in touch to inform us.
We would hate to miss out on your application because you do not meet every requirement – transferrable skills and education will also be considered, so please do not hesitate to apply!
If shortlisted, the second stage involves a follow-up interview which will typically be via video conference but we will endeavour to fit around any accessibility needs. The final stage may involve a skills test or exercise. At this stage feedback will be given to unsuccessful candidates who meet the skills and experience criteria.
Please note: We particularly encourage people who come from all kinds of minorities (e.g. related to race, ethnicity, sex, gender, sexuality, (dis)ability), or from disadvantaged backgrounds to apply. We are fully inclusive, welcoming of all people, from any geographic location within the UK, educational background, or age. Excellent written and verbal English language skills are essential, as is an operational basis in the UK, as this project is funded by a UK Innovation agency.
Due to the volume of applications we receive, we might only contact candidates selected for an interview. If you do not hear from us you should assume that your application has not been successful.