Sarah is a scholarship recipient of the ARC Centre for Automated Decision-Making and Society.

Each year the Centre offers a select number of PhD scholarships across our nodes to engage and prepare the next generation of researchers to make world-leading contributions in an increasingly engaged and transdisciplinary research environment.

Thesis Title
Exploring Regulatory Practices for Better AI

Research Description
Sarah’s research investigates the difficulty of regulating algorithms in a way that follows established legal standards while also taking into account the way that algorithms are built. Her research explores questions of power relations and different goals and standards of government, technology companies and society.

Prof Andrew Kenyon, University of Melbourne
Prof Andrew Roberts, University of Melbourne