Cami Rincon is a Senior Researcher at the Ada Lovelace Institute. Cami’s work focuses on exploring the effectiveness of responsible AI and ethics and accountability practices, and demystifying emerging technologies.
Prior to joining Ada, Cami worked as Research Application Officer at The Alan Turing Institute, where they led the update and expansion of the UK Government’s official public-sector guidance on AI ethics and safety. They contributed to academic publications, policy recommendations, educational programs and public participation research on AI ethics and governance. Cami’s research into gender and AI has been published in the 24th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and the MIT Press publication Feminist Designer, it has been developed into an educational course for UAL’s Creative Computing Institute and selected for The New New Fellowship 2021.