Max Van Kleek

Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction

Max Van Kleek is Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction in the Department of Computer Science and an Official Fellow of Kellogg College, Oxford. His research area focuses on technologies for human empowerment, at the intersection of human-computer interaction, AI, privacy, IoT, and distributed/web technologies, with a particular recent emphasis on fair, ethical and explainable AI and information architectures. He has taught modules in Interaction Design, Classical Machine Learning, Semantic Technologies, Ethics and Responsible Innovation, and Law and Computing at the Department of Computer Science, and serves Oxford's lead Co-Investigator for PETRAS 2, the UK's National Centre for Excellence in IoT and Cybersecurity.