Dr. Pinelopi Troullinou is a Research Analyst at Trilateral Research. Her work focuses on the intersection of technology and society. She has over ten years of empirical research experience and has designed and delivered innovative methodologies and training workshops to raise awareness on social and ethical risks of digital technologies to diverse audiences spanning from end users, computer and data scientists to policymakers. She has been an invited speaker and guest lecturer, and has served as a programme and organising committee member of conferences and summer schools. Her research outputs have been disseminated in leading conferences, peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, deliverables and reports. Pinelopi has obtained her PhD on Surveillance Studies from the Open University, UK. She has an interdisciplinary academic background holding a BA in Philosophy and Social Studies, an MA in Bioethics from the University of Crete, and a second MA in Communications Studies from the University of Leeds.
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