Ir. J. (Jeroen) Delfos
Jeroen Delfos is a PhD candidate under the supervision of professor Caspar Chorus, Dr. ir. Sander van Cranenburgh and Dr. Anneke Zuiderwijk- van Eijk. Besides his PhD, Jeroen works as a data scientist at the Inspectorate of Justice and Security at the Ministry of Justice and Security. Jeroen holds a master degree from the TU Delft in the field of Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics.
Governments are increasingly confronted with the task to oversee the use of AI algorithms in the public domain. For instance, the Inspectorate of Justice and Security - which has the task to examine if organisations in the security and justice domain, like the Police and the Asylum and Migration agency, carry out their work correctly - is faced with the task to supervise the use of AI algorithms for police surveillance decisions. However, such oversight on AI algorithms in the public domain is currently in a pioneering stage. Jeroen's research aims to contribute to field by developing a framework for governments to supervise the use of AI algorithms in the Justice and Security domain.
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Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
Room number: B3.200
Engineering Systems and Services
Transport and Logistics
Thursday & Friday
Data Scientist at the Inspectorate of Justice and Safety
AI and Discrete Choice Modelling
Algorithm Supervision and Auditing