Michael is Associate Director (Law & policy) at the Ada Lovelace Institute. His role explores the legal, regulatory and other tools needed to govern AI and data effectively – particularly in the UK and EU.
Before joining Ada, Michael led the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation’s regulatory workstream, advising on how to build responsible innovation approaches into the development of key government publications on AI governance, as well as authoring the CDEI AI Barometer. He previously looked at the role of charities in public service delivery at NCVO, and civil justice issues at the Law Society.
Lessons from relevant sectors for AI safety
Reaching consensus at the AI Safety Summit will not be easy – so what can the Government do to improve its chances of success?
Strengthening the UK's proposals for the benefit of people and society
Approaches to government monitoring of the AI landscape