I am a Leverhulme Research Fellow in the Machine Learning Group at the University of Cambridge, a College Research Associate at King’s College Cambridge, and an Associate Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. I work on Trustworthy Machine Learning, with a focus on the deployment of algorithmic tools in criminal justice. As part of my Leverhulme fellowship, I am developing a human-centric framework for evaluating and mitigating risk in causal models.

Before Cambridge, I was a Research Fellow in Machine Learning at the University of Sussex, focusing on fairness, equality, and access. I obtained a PhD in Analytical Science (Physics) from the University of Warwick, hold an M.Sc. in Physics, and a dual B.Sc. in Physics and Biology from Tel Aviv University.


Selected publications

Generative AI + Law (GenLaw), hosted at ICML, 2023.