We shape our brains constantly throughout our lives.
How do we do this?
How do we shape each other?
How does technology shape us?
And how should we shape technology?
Dr Fiona Kerr is investigating these questions and more, as she engages with business leaders, policy-makers, engineers, scientists and thought leaders in a quest to maintain human connection, leverage the transformative power to technology and create quality interaction and partnerships between humans and technologies.
Working in five primary areas of research and consulting, including:
Investigating how humans shape each other, how technology shapes us and how
we should shape technology.
Human and AI
In 2018 Dr Fiona Kerr founded The NeuroTech Institute, an independent body to address the lack of awareness, understanding and research concerning the complex neurophysiological impacts of human interaction with each other, with technology, and through technology. Its ultimate aim is to help to shape quality human-AI partnerships, and increase understanding about the unique advantages offered by both humans and technologies (especially AI), and how and when to combine them.