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Emory Healthcare/Emory University Post Doctoral Fellow in Atlanta, Georgia

The Atlanta Interdisciplinary AI Network ( is an intra-institutional network of Atlanta-based researchers who are investigating whether and, if so, how AI can be enlisted ethically, equitably, and in the service of justice. Our project draws inspiration from the place of Atlanta and from the presence of the humanities alongside technical knowledge and community expertise.

We are searching for a 2-year postdoctoral scholar and teacher who works at the intersection of AI and the humanities, broadly defined. In addition to participating in the activities of the AIAI Network, the position involves teaching one course in the first year and two in the second. The position will be housed in the Emory Department of English, with affiliate status in the Department of Quantitative Theory & Methods.

The annual salary for the position is $73,000 with additional research funding of $5,000 per year. In addition to salary and research funding, standard Emory benefits will be provided, including healthcare and access to library and computing support.

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