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Bio

I am Associate Professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), where I lead the ERC-funded Global Data Justice project, seeking to understand the differerent perspectives worldwide on what constitutes just treatment through data technologies. My research focuses on the use of new sources of digital data in governance and research around issues of human and economic development. I was previously a Marie Curie research fellow in the University of Amsterdam’s International Development faculty, and a postdoctoral researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute. I hold a DPhil in International Development from the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

 

Recent publications

  1. What is responsible and sustainable data science? -

    Taylor, L., & Purtova, N. (2019). What is responsible and sustainable data science? Big Data & Society, 6(2), 1-6.
  2. People’s strategies for perceived surveillance in Amsterdam Smart Cit…

    Jameson, S., Richter, C., & Taylor, L. (2019). People’s strategies for perceived surveillance in Amsterdam Smart City. Urban Geography, 1-19.
  3. Who are the end-user(s) of smart cities? - A synthesis of conversatio…

    Richter, C., Taylor, L., Jameson, S., & Perez del Pulgar, C. (2019). Who are the end-user(s) of smart cities? A synthesis of conversations in Amsterdam. In C. Coletta, L. Evans, L. Heaphy, & R. Kitchin (Eds.), Creating smart cities (1 ed., pp. 212-231). Abingdon: Routledge.
  4. Ethics -

    Taylor, L. (2019). Ethics. In J. Ash, R. Kitchin, & A. Leszczynski (Eds.), Digital geographies (pp. 260-270). Sage.
  5. Automated Decision-Making Fairness in an AI-driven World - Public Per…

    Araujo, T. B., de Vreese, C. H., Helberger, N., Kruikemeier, S., van Weert, J. C. M., Bol, N., ... Taylor, L. (2018). Automated Decision-Making Fairness in an AI-driven World: Public Perceptions, Hopes and Concerns.

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