Dr Jediah Clark
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Dr Jediah Clark is a Research Fellow in Trustworthy Autonomous Systems at the University of Southampton within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
"I am interested in how humans communicate with future autonomous systems, especially during safety-critical tasks"
In the years of 2019 and 2020, Dr Clark was awarded the Doctoral College Award for Enterprise following his significant contribution towards patented technology in automated vehicle interfaces.
He received his PhD from the award winning Human Factors Engineering group at the University of Southampton. His PhD addressed automated vehicle interaction design by learning from safety-critical domains such as healthcare, air-traffic control, energy manufacturing/distribution and military.
He now works in the Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub (TAS-Hub), supporting three agile projects: 'the Chatty Car', 'Inclusive Autonomous Vehicles', and 'Trustworthy Human-Swarm Partnerships'. Dr Clark is interested in how future drivers of automated/autonomous vehicles will perceive liability issues and operational boundaries of these vehicles. His current research trajectory is exploring how we can improve public understanding of autonomous vehicle capabilities through education, public policy and smart user-centred design.