Governments have been using digital technologies for decades, with implications for the operation and power of the state, and its relationship with and governance of citizens.

Increasingly, algorithmic government and AI is heightening concerns with government accountability and transparency, and reproduction of bias, discrimination and inequalities.

Charting these dynamics and developing policy and governance frameworks is important.

Prof. Paul Henman’s current research covers the nexus between social policy, administration and digital information technologies.

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Professor Paul Henman

School of Social Science