Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The Alan Turing Institute
Erin Lorelie Young is a postdoctoral research fellow on the Women in Data Science and AI project, within the Public Policy programme, at The Alan Turing Institute. She has a D.Phil (PhD) from the University of Oxford, where she studied the socio-technical practices of interdisciplinary research and development projects. Prior to joining the Turing, Erin was an H-STAR Visiting Researcher at Stanford University, and a Research Assistant at the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), working on various projects including investigating the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) for lifelong learning. Erin has also held positions as a consultant at the International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) at UNESCO in Paris, and as an analyst for Kantar Consulting (WPP) in London, and for Thomson Reuters in New York City. She has a PGC in International Business Administration and Practice and Organisational Behaviour, and earned scholarships to study at the British Schools of Athens and Rome. She holds an MSc (Distinction) from the University of Oxford in Education (Learning and Technology), and a BA in Classics from the University of Cambridge.
The Alan Turing Institute’s Women in Data Science and AI project that launched earlier this year highlighted a striking scarcity of quality data on the gendered nature of data science and AI...
- Wendy Hall - Regius Professor of Computer Science & Executive Director Web Institute - University of Southampton
- Adrian Joseph - OBE, Managing Director, Group Data & AI Solutions, BT Group - BT Group
- Erin Young - Postdoctoral Research Fellow - The Alan Turing Institute
- Dr Allison Gardner - Programme Director Data Science Degree Apprenticeship - Keele University (Moderator)