Joanna J Bryson

Greetings.  I am a Reader [tenured Associate Professor, USA] in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath.  I live in Princeton, NJ, where I was a sabbatical fellow in 2015-2016 at Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy and an affiliate for the following two years.  I am also doing research with the Princeton Departments of Politics and Psychology.

At Bath I founded and for some years lead the Bath Intelligent Systems research group.  Most of my own research is done in the context of the subgroup Artificial Models of Natural Intelligence (AmonI).   Although I'm only working for Bath remotely and at 40% time, I still teach and supervise dissertation students.

Photo credit: OECD/Hervé

I do research in both Artificial and Natural Intelligence.

CV & Biography

Here is my short, industrial (2 or optionally 3 page) resumé (late 2015), and my long, academic curriculum vitae (early 2018).  My web pages (particularly my publications page) are often more up-to-date than my CV.

I did a reddit Science AMA on AI and AI ethics on 13 January 2017.  TechCrunch liked it.

A few takes on my biography.

Social Media, Blog, & ORCID

My main social medial presence is @j2bryson, my (fairly) professional Twitter account, although it reflects my own views, not any employer's.  I have (and reliably curate) a google scholar profile.  I also have a blog Adventures in Natural Intelligence, which started in 2007 mostly personal but is now mostly professional.  Posts are labelled, see in particular ai, ethics, policy, or perhaps academia or futurism.

In the unlikely case that you are wondering which J J Bryson I am: here, have my ORCID.

Out of Date Professional Activities

You might try checking my CV for this stuff...more likely, my twitter stream. I'm sure it will all be mined automatically in a couple years and / or doesn't really need to be catalogued.

See my Previous Academic Professional Activities for older conferences, committees, etc.


My closest collaborators are members of AmonI (notably my students), but I work with a number of other labs and individuals:
Joanna Bryson
Last updated 22 July 2018