I am a technology anthropologist who studies Internet governance cultures, infrastructure politics, and datafication drawing from anthropological methods and cultural theory.
My other research interests include data governance, space governance, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. My work broadly draws from the anthropology of technology, critical data studies, and Science and Technology Studies with a focus on computing cultures.
My most recent work considers the datafied welfare state, bias and discrimination in AI, and reimagining public private governance of internet infrastructures.
I am a research affiliate at the Minderoo Centre for Democracy and Technology at the University of Cambridge.