We invite applications from leading thinkers on technology to become Digital Charter Fellows. Fellows will work directly with the UK Government to help policymakers address the challenges created by technology. Fellows will also work with the Alan Turing Institute, which is coordinating the programme, and the Institute’s partner universities.
Fellows should be experts, but do not need to come from an academic background. We are looking for Fellows at both mid-career and senior career level, to undertake fellowships of up to one year (on a flexible basis, depending on the applicants’ circumstances), and would be keen to hear from people from a range of disciplines, including mathematical sciences, computing sciences, statistics, economics, ethics and law.