Dr. Alexandru Marcoci
Alex studies collective decision-making, argumentation and foresight. He worked on developing structured expert elicitation techniques for predicting the reliability of research in the social & behavioural sciences
Alex is a Research Associate in AI Risk and Foresight in the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, a Research Fellow at Clare Hall and a UKRI Policy Fellow in the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology. He works on collective decision-making and argumentation, forecasting and foresight techniques, AI risk and policy. He is also Principal Investigator of the “Measuring the Quality of Collective Reasoning” project, funded by the British Academy (July 2023 – December 2024). In the past, he worked on structured expert elicitation techniques for predicting the reliability of research in the social & behavioural sciences (the repliCATS project) and on decision-support tools for measuring and improving the quality of argumentation in intelligence reports (the SWARM project).
You can find out more about Alex’s research interests and outputs on his personal webpage: http://alexandrumarcoci.com/.
Personal website: http://alexandrumarcoci.com/