Assoc Prof Liam Magee is an Associate Investigator at the Western Sydney University node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society (ADM+S).

Liam is Principal Research Fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University.

Encompassing digital, media and urban studies, his research examines how digital technologies reshape conditions of knowledge, social relations and cultural form.

His books include Towards a Semantic Web: Connecting Knowledge in Academic Research and Interwoven Cities. He has co-authored articles for Futures; Information, Communication & Society; Big Data & Society; Geoforum; and First Monday.

His current research investigates how AI works across different scales of human subjectivity, social stratification and geopolitical organisation.

He has contributed to studies of intersectional bias and cultural understandings of AI, and techniques for analysing AI via interviews, media analysis and code experiments.

Liam is working on three ARC projects: Enabling Disability: Autonomous Technologies & CaLD persons with disability; The Geopolitics of Automation; and To Map and Enhance Australian Musical Improvisation as a Creative Industry.