The Philosophy Department and the School of Computer Science at
Carnegie Mellon University seek applications for a full-time,
tenure-track, open-rank joint appointment beginning Fall 2023. The
area of specialization is research in Ethics & Artificial
Intelligence/Machine Learning. The successful applicant will have
deep knowledge of, and experience in, AI Ethics (e.g. privacy,
algorithmic fairness, transparency, etc.) or other applications of
normative theory to AI/Machine Learning, and a strong background in
either the discipline of AI/Machine Learning or Philosophy, with
substantial knowledge of the other discipline. Interdisciplinary
research and publications in both Philosophy and AI/Machine
Learning are preferred but not required. Salary is commensurate
with qualifications and experience.
The Department of Philosophy and the School of Computer Science
strongly support interdisciplinary and collaborative research, and
we encourage individuals from diverse intellectual and scientific
backgrounds to apply. The standard teaching load is 2.5 courses
over 2 semesters, both undergraduate and graduate courses, as well
as other non-teaching responsibilities.
Carnegie Mellon is committed to increasing the diversity of its
community on a range of intellectual and cultural dimensions. We
welcome faculty applicants who will contribute to this diversity
through their teaching and service. We seek to meet the needs of
dual-career couples and we are a member of the Higher Education
Recruitment Consortium (HERC) that assists with dual-career
searches. Carnegie Mellon University makes every effort to provide
physical and programmatic access to individuals with disabilities.
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employment process, please contact Equal Opportunity Services by
or calling 412-268-3930.
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Qualifications Application Instructions
Applications received by November 1, 2022 will be given priority
with the deadline for applications closing on December 1, 2022. To
apply, submit the following materials: a letter of intent which
includes a statement addressing past and/or potential contributions
to diversity; curriculum vitae; research statement; educational or
teaching statement; and two samples of research (e.g. a published
paper or book chapter). Junior applicants should supply 3 letters
of recommendation, and applicants who already have tenure should
supply the names of 3 references who will be contacted only for
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