With so much buzz about AI at present, we invite blog post contributions which demystify key topics.

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Ingrid Karikari

Ingrid is an experienced, versatile Digital Consultant and Strategist with a 20-year career of working on diverse public, private and third sector digital projects. She is passionate about creating digital products and services that empower, enrich and transform. She has worked on AI projects in this context and is equally excited by, and wary of, […]

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Rick Payne

Rick Payne is a PhD researcher at the University of Portsmouth examining data science communication in the context of data for good. He is particularly interested in how data science and AI literacy can enable all communities to engage with the benefits and risks of new technologies. Projects Rick has helped We and AI with […]

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Gulsen Guler

Gulsen is a researcher focusing on analysing the impacts of emergent technologies on society and building ways to create more equitable futures. As an ex-social worker, Gulsen’s lived experiences in the field inform her research approaches to have a strong focus on social justice.

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Tristan Goodman

Tristan is a qualified solicitor in England and Wales, having trained and practiced at Slaughter and May. He is now using his legal background to work in AI regulation and policy. In early 2024, he will begin a research fellowship at the Centre for the Governance of AI in Oxford.

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Neha Adapala

Neha is a Year 12 student, who researched testing systems for AI chatbots and wrote a policy proposal with Elo Esalomi, winning 3rd place in an international competition. Neha has also collaborated with the AI Fringe, where she hosted a workshop titled ‘Responsible AI: A Policy Approach to Bias Eradication’. Additionally, she was a speaker […]

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Elo Esalomi

Elo is a Year 13 student. In March, she researched testing systems for AI chatbots to reduce biases and discriminatory content with Neha Adapala, winning 3rd place in an international competition. Elo has also collaborated with the AI Fringe, where she hosted a workshop titled ‘Responsible AI: A Policy Approach to Bias Eradication’. She also […]

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Medina Bakayeva

Medina has experience in cyber policy and AI governance. She is a Consultant, Digital Hub at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. She has a Master’s degree from UCL in Global Governance and Ethics, with a focus on cyber policy and generative AI.

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Kimberly Wright

Kimberly Wright is a strategic problem solver, author, researcher, entrepreneur and decision maker on a mission to increase human agency, responsible AI & sustainability.

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Nicholas Barrow

Nick is a Moral Philosopher who specialises in the Value of Consciousness and its intersection with both the Philosophy of Technology and the Philosophy of Well-Being. He is an advisor to We and AI and Research Associate at the Institute of Ethics in Technology. He most recently worked with Patrick Haggard at UCL on the […]

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Valena Reich

Valena is a MPhil student in Ethics of AI at the University of Cambridge, funded by the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Before Cambridge, she completed her BA in Philosophy at King’s College London. Her research interests include the ethics of AI, normative ethics, and political philosophy. Valena is researching the problem of moral uncertainty in AI […]

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Beckett LeClair

Beckett is a Senior Engineer and proponent of responsible tech futures.

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Anna Montague-Nelson

My name is Anna and I am the Research Manager at Social Business Development. I hold a Master’s degree from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), where my studies focused on the intersection of AI and Human Security. My primary research interest lies in exploring how AI technologies impact young people and their […]

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