Mr Kevin Corti is a third year doctoral student researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His current work focuses on designing and evaluating new social experimental methods, while recent past graduate research has focused on drivers of social influence in group decision making tasks. He received a MSc in Social Psychology from the London School of Economics (2012, 1:1 hons, top of class), and a BS in business administration from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business (2008, cum laude). He currently teaches a graduate course in statistical methods within the London School of Economics’ Department of Methodology.
Mr Corti’s past research positions have included serving as a research assistant within the Marshall School of Business’ Department of Clinical Communication Management at the University of Southern California, where he oversaw and evaluated research on leadership formation and group decision making in multi- and mono-cultural work teams. In the private sector, Mr Corti has worked both as a research and development assistant at a mental health research and publication firm, and as a user behaviour analyst at a multimedia start-up company.
Kevin Corti examines android science through the lens of Alan Turing’s insights.