Miranda Mowbray is a lecturer at the University of Bristol, where her research interests include cyber security and big data ethics. Miranda Mowbray’s research interests include cyber security and big data ethics. She did industrial research at HP for many years, particularly on computer privacy and security. She has also worked in academia, for example she helped to set up the University of Bristol’s PhD programme in Interactive AI. She has given conference / workshop talks on her research in over 15 countries.
She was an invited speaker on AI and cybersecurity at the Global Cybersecurity Summit in 2017. She has a long-term interest in topics relevant to this podcast: her paper “Ethics for Bots” was published in 2002.
Miranda’s PhD is in Algebra, from London University. She is a Fellow of the British Computer Society. She spent last summer doing a research project with two Masters students on subverting the security of a swarm of a hundred small autonomous robots.