Impossible Futures Lab

Natalia is a lawyer (LLM), and Marie Curie Ph.D. Fellow (DCODE) at the Computer Science Department of the University of Copenhagen.

Her research focuses on the design of diagnostic algorithmic systems and their implementation in the Public Health Care Sector. She is employing ethnographic methods to unpack these processes as complex assemblages of  human expertise and infrastructural capacities that are conditioned by the obligation for regulatory compliance. She is particularly interested in how law is perceived and practiced, throughout the processes of designing and implementing  high-risk AI systems, as a matter of regulatory compliance. Ηer aim is to translate the experts’ workflows to broader socio-technical concerns that can inform the way policymakers perceive and regulate algorithmic systems.

Natalia holds a LLB from the School of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2006), and a Master’s degree in Human Rights Law (LLM) from King’s College London (2007), whilst she had successfully taken the Bar Exams in 2009.

She has worked for over a decade at the forefront of open and emerging technologies, focusing on their legal and ethical implications. She has international experience working in several Organizations and European Research Programmes in the UK, Belgium, Greece, and Cyprus.

She is currently a member of the Management Committee of the CA21118 Cost Action Platform Work Inclusion Living Lab (P-WILL).