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About me

Hi, my name is Ross Mason, and I am a Postgraduate Researcher at the University of East Anglia. I am also employed by the National Health Service where I lead teams of clinicians to deliver Mental Health assessment and treatment accross Norfolk.

My research explores the intersection of Artificial Intelligence, health care, digital transformation, and clinician experience. I am also interested in the longer term technical and strategic issues arising from the development of generally intelligent AI systems. My research direction was inspired from the work of Yuval Noah Harari – Homo Deus, 21 lessons for the 21st century, and transformative knowledge from Nick Bostrom’s TED Talk on the long term impacts of Artificial Intelligence.

As a keen autodidact, I tweet, write, and share my learning journey through programming, mathematics and artificial intelligence. I enjoy disseminating knowledge, and hope that sharing my successes and challenges will inspire and support other learners. Details of my projects, current research and blog posts can be accessed via the links below. For a full breakdown of my qualifications and experience, please see my linkedin profile.

Learning Projects

K.I.T.T – A Pythonic Chatbot (August, 2019)

The General Problem Solver (Pending January, 2020)

Blog Posts

Learning to Code Day 10 (January, 2019)

5 Tips from #300 days “Learning to Code”. (Pending December, 2019)


A collection of books I highly recommend, some life-changing, others not. (Pending Nov, 2019)

Research Update

Please contact me for an up-to-date summary of my research

Contact me

Please feel free to get in touch, you can drop me an email, or follow me for updates on Twitter.