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Dr Damian Okaibedi Eke

Job: Research Fellow

Faculty: Computing, Engineering and Media

School/department: School of Computer Science and Informatics

Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH

T: +44 1162577489

E: damian.eke@dmu.ac.uk

 

Personal profile

Dr Damian Okaibedi Eke is a Research Fellow in the EU Human Brain Project at De Montfort University (DMU) in the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility. He is the secretary of the Data Governance Working Group for the Human Brain Project. Damian has a Philosophy background and gained a PhD in Computer Ethics from DMU on the subject of Research Ethics in Information Communication Technology research. His research interests include Responsible governance of biomedical data, Neurodata governance, Critical research in ICT, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), Technology Ethics, Data ethics, Neuroethics, Ethics of AI systems and ICT4D.

Research group affiliations

Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility (CCSR)

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Research interests/expertise

Responsible governance of biomedical data, Neurodata governance, Critical research in ICT, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI), Technology Ethics, Data ethics, Neuroethics, Ethics of AI systems and ICT4D

Membership of external committees

Member of the International Brain Initiatives (IBI) Data Governance Working Group

Projects

EU Human Brain project

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Externally funded research grants information

The Human Brain Project; European Commission-funded 10-year Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship Project on Neuroscience, Brain-inspired AI, Brain simulation and e-infrastructure. Research Fellow in Ethics Support. 

Investigating the current state of the art on Ethics Reviews of Information and Communications Technology Research in UK Universities. Funded by the UK Higher Education Academy 2008-2011.