Jazz Rasool is a Researcher and Developer at the Learning Technology Research Centre (LTRC) based at Ravensbourne. In 2020 and 2021 he published peer reviewed papers on how Artificial Intelligence needs oversight through the use of code and hardware that has embedded ethics as well as diversity and inclusion algorithms. He has been a TEDx speaker and talked on how 'Mental Diversity and Inclusion' is critical to the sustained Creativity needed for Innovation. Recently he has worked on two multi-million euro EU-funded projects in collaboration with partners from across Europe. A €2m project delivered education to school children through their mobile phones. A €2.8m project developed VR simulations for professional training, including monitoring performance during VR and AR training of International Space Station Astronauts.
He contributed to the €1m EU-funded research program, CRe-AM, creating software and processes to predict emerging futures in the European creative sectors of Art, Architecture, Design, Video Gaming, Media Broadcasting and e-Publishing.
Jazz has been awarded £10,000 EU funding in conjunction with partners at Goldsmiths University and Kingston University in London, the result of which was him creating 'The Collaboration Cycle' a model and practice for effective collaboration that fosters the kinds of creativity that specifically lead to innovation amongst Creative Industry professionals.
He is the Curriculum Designer for the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in AR/VR being developed for a London Mayors project and also EU Universities.
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