I currently work as a Policy Researcher at Future of Life Institute and focus primarily on researching policy-making on AI to maximize the societal benefits of increasingly powerful AI systems. Previously, I worked for the World Economic Forum on a project about positive AI economic futures, did research for the European Commission on trustworthy AI, and provided research support at Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative on European AI policy. I completed a master’s degree in Philosophy and Public Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Furthermore, I advise LSE Effective Altruism and Effective Altruism Estonia with regard to their activities on how to do the most good using reason and evidence.