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Michael Veale is lecturer in digital rights and regulation at University College London's Faculty of Laws, and Digital Charter Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. His research centres on the intersection 0f law, policy and emerging technologies, in particular machine learning and privacy enhancing technologies. He publishes across disciplines, in internet and technology law and policy, human–computer interaction, and computer science. Michael holds a PhD from University College London in the governance of machine learning, an MSc from Maastricht University and a BSc from the London School of Economics. He has consulted for the Royal Society and British Academy, the Law Society of England and Wales, the European Commission, the Commonwealth Secretariat, among other organisations. He tweets at @mikarv.
Michael Veale is lecturer in digital rights and regulation at University College London's Faculty of Laws, and Digital Charter Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. His research centres on the intersection 0f law, policy and emerging technologies, in particular machine learning and privacy enhancing technologies. Michael holds a PhD from University College London, and tweets at @mikarv.
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