Odilia Coi has joined MKAI as Programme Manager on a voluntary basis. Odilia will be responsible for the successful delivery, integrity and impact of the MKAI programme of work.
Odilia has a BA in Philosophy with a dissertation on moral implication in classic liberalism economic paradigm. Over the years, she earned degrees in Physics and Electronics, which allows her to gain a thorough vision of reality. During her PhD, she worked with French Space Agency to push the boundaries of knowledge and technology using Machine Learning algorithms to ensuring successful space missions. An IEEE member, she has been a speaker at various international conferences sponsored by NASA, and she has authored and co-authored several publications in prestigious Scientific Journals. She also co-authored a chapter for “Applied Ethics in a Digital Word” an IG Global publisher book.
I am very happy to be appointed the MKAI Programme Manager. Like many, I have been watching this community develop and grow in both its membership and its enthusiasm. There is a huge amount of potential impact possible with and from this community and I am excited to take on a leadership role to connect this with the major projects in which are getting involved.
Odilia Coi, MKAI Programme Manager
This is another significant moment for MKAI, and I am delighted to welcome Odilia on board. MKAI is a mission-driven organisation; we want to use the incredible crowd-wisdom in our community to collectively address global issues that intersect with AI. Odilia has the ideal combination of drive, wisdom and intellect to help us to channel the power of our community and be greater than the sum of our parts. I greatly look forward to working with her.
Richard Foster-Fletcher, MKAI Founder and Chair
MKAI is the responsible AI community that engages in open-minded conversation, events and crowdsourced projects around artificial intelligence themes such as; ethics, inclusivity, privacy and sustainability. It attracts people from different walks of life, with different experiences, driving its strength and impact from its diversity and inclusiveness.