My research interests broadly concern social justice and technology. Within this space, I am especially interested in the justification of knowledge. Looking at e.g. (data)science, law & policy making, legal and medical decision making as knowledge practices helps to understand how pressing questions that the use of 'AI' bring to the fore are/not (yet) addressed in governance. This in turn helps to understand when a tech-oriented response is useful, or when a progressive update of existing rules is more appropriate. Inevitably, questions about 'law' as an instrument per se enter such thinking. My dissertation analyzed legal rights to explanation this way. It revealed how the paradigms of Administrative Law and Health Law need (at least) an update, and how tech-oriented explanation rules will be useless without this.
I came to academia with backgrounds in cabinet making, film making, and legal aid and like to take an interdisciplinary approach to my research.