Talks and Conferences

2021 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT 2021)
Online, 3rd-10th March 2021
Paper: ‘Reviewable Automated Decision-Making: A Framework for Accountable Algorithmic Systems’

University of Groningen Faculty of Law ‘GovTechTalks’ Series
Online, 18th February 2021
Paper: ‘Confronting the Algorithmic State’

Conference on Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection (CPDP) 2020
Online, 27th-29th January 2021
Panellist: ‘On regulatory requirements for algorithms used for governmental decisions’

Newcastle Law School Digital Law Seminar Series
Online, 23rd November 2020
Paper: ‘Data Protection and Administrative Law in the Algorithmic State’

2020 Web Science Conference, Workshop on Explanations for AI
Online, 7th July 2020
Paper: ‘Reviewable Automated Decision-Making’                          

Centre for Information Governance Research Conference 2020
Online, 30th April – 1st May 2020
Paper: ‘Disinformation and the Political Economy of Informational Capitalism’

2020 ACM Conference on Fairness Accountability and Transparency (FAT* 2020)
Barcelona, 27th-30th January 2020
Programme Committee

2020 Conference on Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection (CPDP 2020)
Brussels, 22nd-24th January 2020
Paper: ‘Reviewable Automated Decision-Making’

Lex Ex Machina: A Workshop on Law’s Computability
Jesus College, Cambridge, 13th December 2019
Paper: “Legal Singularity and the Reflexivity of Law”

Who Runs the Internet: Internet Consolidation and Control
Chatham House, 11th December 2019

Digital Leadership Forum
Lloyds Bank, London, 19th June 2019
Talk: 'The Governance and Ethical Challenges of AI'

All Party Parliamentary Group on the Rule of Law: The EU Settlement Scheme
House of Commons, 16th June 2019

Data for Policy 2019
University College London, 12th June 2019
Paper presented: 'Administrative law and Automated Decision-Making in the Public Sector'

Judicial Review in the Digital Age
Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, University of Oxford, 3rd June 2019
Paper: ‘Judicial Review of Automated Decision-Making’

Workshop on the Methodology and Ethics of Targeting
Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge, 10th May 2019
Panellist. Paper: ‘Regulating Recommending’

BILETA 2019 – Back to the futures: law without frontiers?
School of Law, Queen’s University, Belfast, 15th April 2019
Paper: ‘Regulating Recommending: Motivations and Considerations’

The Public Sphere in the Age of the Algorithm
Cambridge Science Festival, 14th March 2019

Cambridge Centre for Public Law – New Faces in Public Law series
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, 5th March 2019
Talk: ‘Administrative Law and Automated Public-Sector Decision-Making’

RSA Forum for Ethical AI / DeepMind Citizen Juries
Birmingham, 13th May 2018
Expert panel participant

Dagstuhl Seminar 18181 – Towards Accountable Systems
29th April – 4th May 2018
Collector. Paper presented: ‘Post-consent’