Dr Emma Quilty is an Affiliate at the Monash University node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society (ADM+S).

Emma’s work is situated at the intersection of anthropology and the field of feminist science and technology studies, focused on the gendered aspects of technology design, development and deployment.

She has researched and published on topics including: trustworthy AI, digital methods and feminist sub-cultures.

Emma’s research takes a creative and ethnographic approach, drawing on visual, digital and design anthropology to understand the multi-scaled and entangled dimensions of gender, power and technology.

In her work she often collaborates with others including artists, film-makers and designers.

As a Research Fellow at the ADM+S, Emma worked in the Mobilities focus area looking at the future of automated mobilities in Australia and is lead author of reports: Automated decision making in transport mobilities: review of industry trends and visions for the future and Automated decision-making for future transport mobilities: stakeholder perspectives.

Emma co-produced She’s Not Alone (2020), a collaborative short film about the everyday stories of ride-sharing, gender-based violence and automated technologies.