Research associate at the University of Oxford; PhD candidate at Queen Mary University of London and The Alan Turing Institute.
As a research associate on the RoboTIPS project for responsible robotics, Keri works on human-centred responsibility for robotics, adaptive regulation and governance, and the reconciliation of robotics and autonomy. As a PhD candidate, Keri examines regulation of AI causing accidental death. Her research interests include responsible innovation and robotics, automated vehicles, machine-learning in healthcare, and interactive entertainment.
Keri is also called to the bar in Ontario, Canada, and was previously the Google Policy Fellow at the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC).