New job! Working at Open Society Foundations on Algorithmic Accountability

I’m excited to announce that as of last month I have started a new job with the Open Society Foundations. For the next two years, I will be working as a Program Officer for the Information Program there, leading a grant-making portfolio on algorithmic accountability, narrow AI, and discrimination in automated decision-making.

I’ll be looking to support journalism, research and civil society organisations engaging with policy and practitioners on the issues thrown up when machine learning gets to play with big data in black box systems. So if you’re thinking of ways to expose, challenge or prevent discrimination in our new algorithmic world, and especially if your work is outside of the US, please do get in touch.

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