I research data, AI, policy and society at the Ada Lovelace Institute.
My current focus areas are:
- The use of algorithmic decision systems in the public sector
- Methods and policy for auditing or regulatory inspection of algorithmic systems
I'm also involved with the Ada Lovelace Institute's research on health data and inequality, facial recognition and biometrics.
Beyond my main research, I'm also interested in the power dynamics of data infrastructure, the environmental impact of AI and existential risk.
I've previously worked on research into policymaking for future generations and unconscious bias, particularly in recruitment and online platforms.