Ethics Taylor, L., 2019, Digital geographies. Ash, J., Kitchin, R. & Leszczynski, A. (eds.). Sage, p. 260-270 11 p.
People’s strategies for perceived surveillance in Amsterdam Smart City
Jameson, S., Richter, C. & Taylor, L., 2019, In : Urban Geography. p. 1-19 19 p.
Who are the end-user(s) of smart cities? A synthesis of conversations in Amsterdam
Richter, C., Taylor, L., Jameson, S. & Perez del Pulgar, C., 2019, Creating smart cities. Coletta, C., Evans, L., Heaphy, L. & Kitchin, R. (eds.). 1 ed. Abingdon: Routledge, p. 212-231 20 p.
Automated Decision-Making Fairness in an AI-driven World: Public Perceptions, Hopes and Concerns Araujo, T. B., de Vreese, C. H., Helberger, N., Kruikemeier, S., van Weert, J. C. M., Bol, N., Oberski, D., Pechenizkiy, M., Schaap, G. & Taylor, L., 25 Sep 2018
On the presumption of innocence in data-driven government: Are we asking the right question?
Taylor, L., 2018, Being profiled: Cogitas ergo sum, 10 years of ‘profiling the European citizen’. Bayamlioglu, E., Baraliuc, I., Janssens, L. & Hildebrandt, M. (eds.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, p. 72-78 7 p.
Review of the book Innovation and its enemies: why people resist new technologies, C. Juma, 2016
Taylor, L., 20 Mar 2018, In : Law, Innovation and Technology. 10, 1, p. 156-159 4 p.
What can ‘disruptive urban technologies’ tell us about power, visibility and the right to the city?
Taylor, L., 2018, In : International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
Taylor, L.E.M., Sloot, B. van der, & Floridi, Luciano (2017). Conclusion. Group Privacy. Dordrecht: Springer.
Taylor, L.E.M., Sloot, B. van der, & Floridi, Luciano (2017). Introduction. Group Privacy. Dordrecht: Springer.
L.E.M. Taylor, Luciano Floridi, & B. van der Sloot (Eds.) (2017) Group Privacy . Dordrecht: Springer.
Taylor, Linnet (2016). From zero to hero:: How zero-rating became a debate about human rights. IEEE Internet Computing, July/August, 79-83.
Dalton, Craig, Taylor, Linnet, & Thatcher, Jim (2016). Critical data studies: A dialog on data and space. Big Data & Society, January-June 2016, 1-9.
Taylor, Linnet, Richter, C., Jameson, Shazade, & Perez del Pulgar, Carmen (2016). Customers, users or citizens? Inclusion, spatial data and governance in the smart city.: University of Amsterdam.
Broeders, D.W.J., & Taylor, Linnet (2016). Does great power come with great responsibility? The need to talk about Corporate Political Responsibility. In Luciano Floridi & MariaRosaria Taddeo (Eds.), Understanding the responsibilities of Online Service Providers in information societies. New York: Springer.
Taylor, L. (2016). No place to hide? The ethics and analytics of tracking mobility using mobile phone data. Environment and Planning D - Society & Space
I was previously a Marie Curie fellow in the International Development Studies department at the University of Amsterdam, where I researched the emergence of ethical frameworks around the use of big data in development policy. I also conducted postdoctoral research at the Oxford Internet Institute on big data in social science, and I hold a DPhil in Development Studies from the Institute of Development Studies, UK. Previously I worked at the Rockefeller Foundation in New York as a researcher.
Tilburg University Assistant Professor for Data Ethics, Law and Policy. Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT)
University of Amsterdam (2014-2016) Marie Curie Postdoctoral fellow, ?D4D: the development of ethical frameworks for the use of big data in development policy?. International Development Studies dept., Governance and Inclusive Development research group.
Oxford Internet Institute (2012-2014) Postdoctoral researcher, ?Accessing and Using Big Data to Advance Social Science Knowledge?.
Institute of Development Studies, UK (2007-12) Thesis: Global travellers on the digital dirt road: international mobility, networks and ICT diffusion in Ghana.
I research the interface between big data, rights and democratic representation worldwide. My work looks at how people are represented through digital data, and particularly at social and economic inclusion and exclusion through data. I look at these problems in particular environments including the development and humanitarian response sectors, smart cities and living labs, and more broadly in the public sphere in countries worldwide.
I was previously a Marie Curie fellow in the International Development Studies department at the University of Amsterdam, where I researched the emergence of ethical frameworks around the use of big data in development policy. I also conducted postdoctoral research at the Oxford Internet Institute on big data in social science, and I hold a DPhil in Development Studies from the Institute of Development Studies, UK.
Personal website: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/nl/webwijs/show/l.e.m.taylor/