Research Associate and Policy Officer, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
Charlotte Stix is a Research Associate on the AI Policy and Responsible Innovation project at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence. The project focuses on the collaborations between technologists, policymakers, and other stakeholders needed for the responsible development of AI. It examines the role and prospects for regulation, and questions how the technology community can work with policymakers towards mutual goals: how can industry leaders balance near-term commercial responsibilities with the need to engage with broader and more long-term challenges? How can we ensure the societal benefit of AI is maximised?
Charlotte was formerly at the European Commission's Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Unit, where she oversaw a total of €18 million in projects and contributed to the formulation of EU-wide AI strategy as its youngest ever team member. Previously, she was a Policy Officer at the World Future Council, and before that founded an award winning culture magazine while managing a team of 15 freelancers.
She holds a MSc in Philosophy with a focus on cognitive sciences and philosophy of mind, as well as additional degrees in philosophy, fashion design, and the performing arts.