I work on ethics and policy issues at DeepMind, a London-based AI lab advancing the state of the art in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
In addition, I am currently completing a PhD at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. My research examines the social, material, and political circumstances surrounding the development of artificial neural network technology.
As a PhD candidate, my work has considered the ethics of recommender systems, the sociotechnical imaginaries surrounding artificial neural networks, and the popularisation of artificial intelligence in film and television media.
University of Cambridge
Centre for the Future of Intelligence
Ethics and Policy Researcher
A History and Philosophy of Science PhD candidate, my project focuses on the politics of neural networks. I'm interested in imaginaries, scientific constructivism, values, and sociotechnical assemblies, and more.
I am part of an interdisciplinary community of researchers, philosophers, and policy specialists in projects across Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence.
My work focuses on strategically relevant research areas in partnership with DeepMind's responsibility and public policy functions.