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Email

cpm49@cam.ac.uk
Affiliated Lecturer

Interests

Education

  • The University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law, PhD
    • Visiting Fellow, CitizenLab, The Univeristy of Toronto
  • The University of Manchester, School of Law, LLB (1st)
  • The University of Toronto, St, Michael's College, MA (Honours)
    • Visiting Research Student, Rothberg International School, The Hebrew Univeristy of Jerusalem
  • The University of Toronto, St, Michael's College, BA (Honours)

Awards

    • Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship, 2014-2018
    • Arts and Humanities Reesarch Council (AHRC) Doctoral Scholarship (Offered), 2014-2018
    • Programme in European Private Law (PEPP), Postgradute Scholarship, 2016-2017
    • Wright Rogers Scholarship, The University of Cambridge, 2014-2017
    • Faculty of Law Bursary, The University of Cambridge, 2014-2017

    Teaching

    • Dickson Poon School of Law, Kings College London, 'Artificial Intelligence, Law and Society' (LLM), 2019
    • Faculty of Law, The University of Cambridge, 'Economics of Law and Regulation (LLM), Affiliated Lecturer, Michaelmas 2018
    • Faculty of Law, The Unviersity of Cambridge, 'Economics of Law and Regulation' (LLM), Lectuer, Lent 2018
    • Department of Land Economy, The Univeristy of Cambridge, 'Legal Methods (Paper 5)', Supervisor, Lent 2018
    • Department of Land Economy, The University of Cambridge, 'Law and Economics (Paper 12)', Affiliated Lectuer, Michaelmas 2017

    Professional Associations

    CV / Biography

    Papers Presented

    • 'Smart Cities and Ubiquitous Artificial Intelligence' Social Sciences and Law Interdisciplinary Conference, Jesus College, The University of Cambridge, 3 March 2018
    • 'Law, Technology & Labour: The Case of Artificial Intelligence' The Future of Labour Markets Conference, UK Cabinet Office/Open Innovation Team, 14 December 2017
    • 'What Role For Law in AI?' University of Krakow, Program in Private European Law, 20 January 2017
    • 'Complexity Theory as a Paradigm for Artificial Intelligence Regulation' Cambridge Conference on Catastrophic Risk, Clare College, The University of Cambridge, 12 December 2016
    • ‘Courtroom Application of Virtual Reality’, London, Bar Standards Board, 8 December 2016
    • 'Law, Work and Technology: A Systems Approach' Rustat Conference on the Future of Work, Jesus College, The Univeristy of Cambridge, 22 November 2016
    • 'How Should The Law Think About AI?' Society of Legal Scholars Conference, Jesus College, The Univeristy of Oxford, 5 October 2016

    Book Chapters

    • 'Nineteen Eighty-Four's Religion' (with Professor James Crossley) in E Di Nucci and S Storrie (eds) 1984 and Philosophy (Open Court 2018).

    Blogs/Editorials

    Publications

     

    Book Chapters

    "Nineteen Eighty-Four's Religion" in James Crossley, 1984 and Philosophy (Open Court)

    Publisher:
    Open Court
    Published Date:
    Dec 2017
    Co-Author/s:
    James Crossley

    Reports

    Our Sexual Future With Robots: A Foundation for Responsible Robotics Report

    Co-Author/s:
    Noel Sharkey, Aimee van Wynsberghe, Scott Robins, Eleanor Hancock
    Published:
    Jul 2017
    Body / Institution:
    Foundation for Responsible Robotics

    The Future of Work

    Co-Author/s:
    Professor Simon Deakin
    Published:
    Mar 2017
    Body / Institution:
    Jesus College, The University of Cambridge