m.veale@ucl.ac.uk

UCL STEaPP

36-38 Fitzroy Square

London W1T 6EY, UK

I’m an cross-disciplinary technology policy scholar researching the fairness, transparency and resilience of algorithmic systems as part of a doctorate at UCL STEaPP and UCL Computer Science. I investigate high-stakes, value-charged, algorithmically-informed decisions in areas such as policing, justice or humanitarian response, as well as more fully automatic systems that might restrict rights or freedoms online or in connected environments. Together with stellar collaborators, I investigate these issues from legal, administrative, and statistical standpoints. I previously worked at the Royal Society as a data governance researcher, in IoT and ageing governance at the European Commission, and at Bonsucro as a data scientist. I hold a BSc from LSE and an MSc from Maastricht University.

I tweet too much. For the curious, lists of my publications and recent talks can be found here.