Jing is presently working as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early-stage Researcher in the Department of Economic and Business Sciences at the University of Cagliari, Italy and R2M Solution, Spain for PhilHumans of the European Commission, Horizon 2020 ITN-EID (European Industrial Doctorate) project with the GA number: 812882. Prior to this, she has completed her Bachelor’s degree in management and economics with the Specializations “Accounting, Finance and Taxation” and “international economics” in the Faculty of Management and Economics at the Ruhr Universität Bochum in Germany. Right after graduating her Bachelor’s, she received her MSc in Behavioural and Experimental Economics in the school of economics at the University of East Anglia in the UK, worldwide TOP 3 institutions in the field of Cognitive & Behavioural Economics of March 2020. For the three-year PhD project, she is supervised by Raymond Sterling, Director of the Spanish branch at R2M Solution and Rubén Alonso, in ICT & Robotics at R2M Solution.
Combined Business Economics and Information Technology: (1) to study and exploit business development plans in the EU market, and economic technological aspects of AI-supported human-machine interfaces for personal health services, with a specific focus in Robotics for personal health and Carebots; (2) to explore exploitation routes and market implementation of industrial use cases relate to artificial intelligence, human-machine interactions and robotics in the context of the EU; (3) to leverage the outcomes of the other PhilHumans ESRs by identifying the innovation level and market potential of the technological innovations that arise from those efforts. More precisely, by pinning down specific use case scenarios one can study and measure the market potential of PhilHumans innovations, with the purpose of defining comprehensive business development plans and business models. Particular attention will be devoted to the route to market, the analysis of public opinion stance and evolution about robots and –generally speaking- human/machine interactions.