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Miranda Cross


Miranda Cross is an affiliate of the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy.

Miranda is a researcher focused on the implications of AI in the workplace, especially as they relate to governance. She recently completed an MSc in Social Science of the Internet at the Oxford Internet Institute, where her thesis research focused on US labour unions’ responses to electronic surveillance of workers. Her current research is focused on digital inequities of algorithmic management in the workplace, the role of labour unions in shaping AI policy, and governance of data collection in the workplace.

Miranda also currently works as a Policy Research Assistant at the Alan Turing Institute under Programme Director Prof Helen Margetts, helping to deliver an interdisciplinary research agenda in digital society and policy.

Before returning to academia, Miranda worked for the Chief Technologist at the US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on issues relating to emerging AI/ML technology in the financial sector, including algorithmic bias in loan origination and credit scoring. Previously, she was awarded a BA in Public Policy Studies from Vanderbilt University.

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