Jayson Lamchek is a Research Associate on the 'Data Science in Humanitarianism: Confronting Novel Law and Policy Challenges' project. An interdisciplinary human rights scholar, Jayson is interested in the reconfiguration of human rights and Artificial Intelligence to address material inequality. He is exploring the implementation of the right to benefit from scientific progress (art. 27 UDHR) through benefit-sharing in Big Data.
He is also interested in the related issues of digital taxation and data as labor, and is developing a project on photo-interpretation reliability in policing and intelligence.