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Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in AI and Digital News

Status: Closed

  • Employment

Organisation: Reuters Institute

Deadline: 19/02/2024

Location: United Kingdom

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, is actively seeking a highly motivated Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence and Digital News to join their dynamic research team.


The successful candidate will take responsibility for and deliver on distinct parts of a new project to advance our understanding of how journalism and news consumption are changing in light of new developments in artificial intelligence and contribute insight to the news industry and the journalistic profession as well as rigorous academic analysis of substantially important questions concerning digital media and their implications.

About You

You should hold a relevant PhD/DPhil (or be close to completion) or equivalent experience in a substantive area of political or other social science including journalism/media studies, communication, sociology, or data science. Experience in working with relevant quantitative and qualitative methods, analysis and familiarity with the existing literature and work and excellent written, editing, and verbal communication skills that demonstrate a potential to write and present at an international level are essential. Knowledge of the literature and debates on artificial intelligence, news production and news consumption around the world and a record of work on digital media and journalism would be desirable.

Position Details
  • Full-time fixed term appointment until 31st August 2026.
  • Salary: Grade 7 – £36,024 – £44,263 per annum
How to apply

Submit your application before midday (UK time) on Monday, February 19, 2024. To learn more about this position and apply, please click here.

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