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Tanya Krupiy's research focuses on developing regulatory frameworks in order to ensure that technological innovation is conducive to the well-being of the citizens. She is currently engaged in investigating the nature of artificial intelligence decision-making systems and the impact the employment of such systems has on the lives of individuals. In her work, Tanya aims to incorporate the voices of the communities who have historically experienced discrimination and disadvantage. Tanya's work is interdisciplinary. She has an interest in law, legal theory, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, and science and technology studies. Prior to joining Tilburg University as a researcher, Tanya was a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University.   

Expertise

  • public international law 
  • human rights law
  • legal theory
  • interdisciplinarity
  • science and technology studies
  • the relationship between the individual, the community and the state

Recent publications

  1. Unravelling Organisational Power Dynamics: Towards a Theory of Accoun…

    Krupiy, T. (2017). Unravelling Organisational Power Dynamics: Towards a Theory of Accountability for Crimes Triggered by Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems. Loyola University Chicago International Law Review, 15(1), 2-61.
  2. A Toolbox for the Application of the Rules of Targeting

    Krupiy, T. (2016). A Toolbox for the Application of the Rules of Targeting. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  3. A Case against Relying Solely on Intelligence, Surveillance and Recon…

    Krupiy, T. (2015). A Case against Relying Solely on Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Technology to Identify Proposed Targets. Journal of Conflict & Security Law, 20(3), 415-449.
  4. Of Souls, Spirits and Ghosts: Transposing the Application of the Rule…

    Krupiy, T. (2015). Of Souls, Spirits and Ghosts: Transposing the Application of the Rules of Targeting to Lethal Autonomous Robots. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 16(1), 2-58.
  5. The Evolution of International Humanitarian Law: An Anthropological P…

    Krupiy, T. (2014). The Evolution of International Humanitarian Law: An Anthropological Perspective. Legal Issues Journal, 2(2), 24-45.

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