Corinne Cath is a doctoral student at the Oxford Internet Institute. Her research focuses on the politics and ethics of Internet governance and the management of the Internet’s infrastructure.
Her other research interests include the impact of Internet policy, technology, and regulation on public interest issues like human rights, civil liberties and social justice. Her most recent research examines the ethical impact of policy proposals regulating artificial intelligence, the influence of changes in European politics on the technical stability of the Internet, and the responsibility of the technical community towards human rights.
She is part of the inaugural cohort of students that received a doctoral studentship from the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science. She works with various civil society organizations, governments and businesses providing policy guidance on the ethical and political issues arising out of new technologies.
Prior to joining the OII for her DPhil, she worked as a program officer for the “Digital Team” of human rights NGO ARTICLE 19, and as policy advisor for the US House of Representatives in Washington D.C. Corinne has an MSc in Social Science of the Internet from the University of Oxford and an MA in International Relations from the University of Utrecht.
Global governance, international relations, Internet governance, Internet infrastructure, data governance, science and innovation, tech policy and regulation, ethics, power, accountability, equity, social justice and human rights.
- (2017) "The Design of the Internet's Architecture by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and Human Rights.", Science and engineering ethics. 23 (2) 449-468.
- (2017) "Artificial Intelligence and the 'Good Society': the US, EU, and UK approach.", Science and engineering ethics.
- (2015) Philosophy Meets Internet Engineering: Ethics in Networked Systems Research. (GTC Workshop Outcomes Paper).