I work as the EU Research Lead at the Future of Life Institute, leading research efforts on EU AI policy to maximize the societal benefits of increasingly powerful AI systems. I dropped out of a PhD in Economics to work on the EU AI Act, the first-ever major AI regulation. In addition, I am an Expert in the Working Group on Future of Work at Global Partnership on AI and contribute to the development of AI standards in CEN and CENELEC working groups.

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.