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Michael Veale

Michael Veale is a researcher in responsible public sector machine learning at University College London, specialising in the fairness and accountability of data-driven tools in the public sector, as well as the interplay between advanced technologies and data protection law. His research has been cited by international bodies and regulators, in the media, as well as debated in Parliament. He has acted as consultant on machine learning and society for the World Bank, the Royal Society and the British Academy, European Commission, United Nations, and several national governments. Michael is a Fellow at the Centre for Public Impact, an Honorary Research Fellow at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, and Visiting Researcher at the BBC DataLab. He tweets at @mikarv.