A theology graduate, Radoslaw Komuda is a Ph.D. student at Hokkaido University’s Graduate School of Information Science and Technology. His research spans NLP, ethics and law. His original research focuses an adapting Kohlberg’s theory of moral development for Machine Ethics research.

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Honors, Awards and Grants

  • October 2014
    Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology scholarship
    research student scholarship, direct Hokkaido University recommendation; extended for a Ph.D. course
  • July 2013
    Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education ‘Diamond Grant’ program laureate
    project researching the issue of cyber-bullying in Poland; project’s total founding: approx. 187.000 PLN