I am interested in the regulation and governance of new and emerging technologies, as well as governance in future spaces.
I am currently working on two funded projects: ‘My DNA, Your DNA, Our DNA: General public attitudes towards genetic privacy’ together with Dr Jan Charbonneau at the University of Tasmania (funded by the University of Waikato and Genomics Aotearoa); and ‘Fairness and Transparency in Emerging Health Markets: Protecting New Zealanders from the Risks of Personal Genomics‘ with Professor Samuel Becher at Victoria University of Wellington (funded by the Borrin Foundation).
I am also participating in the CYDIPLO project, which explores ‘the emerging field of cyberdiplomacy, in the EU and with key strategic partners. Drawing on perspectives from computer science, political science, law, and behavioural science, it explores a variety of questions, including, how is cyberdiplomacy implemented at the state, non-state, regional and global levels across key issue areas?’ For more information see https://cyberdiplomacy.net
I am also on the Advisory Board for the ConnecteDNA project and also on the Ethics Advisory Board for the SEURO (Scaling EUROpean citizen driven transferable and transformative digital health) project.
I am also participating in the Technology for Legal Education New Zealand TeLENZ project.
Andelka M. Phillips and I. S. Mian, ‘Governance and Assessment of Future Spaces: A Discussion of Some Issues Raised by the Possibilities of Human–Machine Mergers’ (9 October 2019) Development: Dialogue Section doi: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41301-019-00208-1 – Sharing link to full text
Andelka M Phillips and I S Mian, ‘Governance and of Future Spaces: A Discussion of Some Issues Raised by the Possibilities of Human-Machine Mergers’, discussion paper for Data For Policy Government by Algorithm? Conference, London, September 6th to 7th, 2017. Data_for_Policy_2017_paper_53 – link to conference website