I am a technologist, writer,  researcher, and educator who specialises in the study of digital culture, AI, big data, and society.  I co-lead a Master’s program in AI, Ethics, and Society at the University of Cambridge, UK.

You can find an up-to-date list of recent and forthcoming research and writing here, and a list of my recent talks at arts and cultural programs here. Before transitioning to academia, I worked with feminist and digital rights NGOs in India and Europe for over a decade.

My hybrid path and portfolio reflect some of the big questions that animate my academic research, teaching, and cultural practice. For instance: what kinds of research and pedagogical approaches both inside and outside the academy generate critical interdisciplinary analysis of digital technologies? How can diverse communities of practice and scholarship from the Humanities, Sciences, and the Arts be invited into shared spaces to work with, and through, the digital? How do histories and futures of human violence, inequality, and the body intersect with digital technologies?

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