Dr Christopher Markou is Leverhulme Fellow and Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Business Reesarch (CBR), Director of the AI, Law & Society LLM at King’s College London, and Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. He writes widely on emerging technologies policy and governance, with work featured in outlets such as Scientific American, Newsweek, and Wired, among others. Christopher has been a keynote speaker at the Cheltenham Science Festival, Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Ted Talks, and World Congress on Information Technology. He is co-editor (with Professor Simon Deakin, Cambridge) of the forthcoming volume Is Law Computable? Critical Perspectives on Law + Artificial Intelligence(Hart 2020) and author of the forthcoming monograph Lex Ex Machina: From Rule of Law to Legal Singularity.
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