Policy Theme Lead
The Alan Turing Institute
Florian Ostmann is the Policy Theme Lead within the The Alan Turing Institute’s public policy programme. His work focuses on regulatory questions related to new technologies and the use of data and AI to address governmental and societal challenges, covering various domains including financial services and criminal justice. Florian is a member of the Royal Statistical Society’s Data Science Section Committee and the Law Committee for the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems. He holds a PhD in Political Philosophy from University College London and a Masters degree in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School.
The Alan Turing Institute, in collaboration with the Financial Conduct Authority, has thoroughly examined the benefits and challenges raised by the use of AI in financial services and the role...