I am a PhD Researcher at the University of Birmingham, under supervision of Professor Karen Yeung (School of Law) and Dr Hyung Jin Chang (School of Computer Science). I am also the co-lead of the University of Birmingham Law and Tech Cluster, together with Karen Yeung.
I was previously at the University of Cambridge (LLM, Queens’ College) and the University of Amsterdam (BSc).
About My Research
The aim of the field of computer vision is to teach computers how to “see.” My research looks into the potential harms of computer vision technologies, as these new technologies interact with already existing political and legal contexts. Specifically, I am interested in how computer vision technologies can be used in the military context, and how the exercise of teaching computers how to “see” interacts with regimes of seeing under the law of armed conflict.
My research draws primarily on insights from society and technology studies (STS) and critical legal studies (CLS).
My research is funded by the University of Birmingham College of Arts and Law.