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Dr Stephanie Hare is a highly regarded technology and geo-political risk researcher, she is the author of the Financial Times best-seller "Technology is Not Neutral".
From AI and tech ethics to the metaverse and cyber security, Stephanie enlightens and illuminates audiences, clients and readers about the dynamic changes unfolding around us. In addition to keynote speaking, Stephanie is a highly accomplished Event MC and moderator, bringing a high profile as a commentator for the BBC, FT, Washington Post Guardian/Observer and many other platforms.
Stephanie Hare is a leading author, keynote speaker, commentator and consultant on technology, trends and business. From AI and tech ethics to the metaverse and cyber security, Stephanie enlightens and illuminates audiences, clients and readers about the dynamic changes unfolding around us.
The author of Technology is Not Neutral: a short guide to technology ethics, a Financial Times best summer books of 2022, Stephanie brings academic rigour and credibility to all her work, while her vibrant on-stage delivery has enthralled and entertained audiences around the world. She is also a highly accomplished Event MC and moderator - an expert in facilitating panels, whose warmth and humour elicit the best from guests and interviewees.
Stephanie was selected for the BBC Expert Women programme, contributes frequently to BBC World Television and the BBC World Service, and has published in the Financial Times, The Washington Post, the Guardian/Observer, the Harvard Business Review, and WIRED. Previously she worked at Accenture, Palantir, and Oxford Analytica, and held the Alistair Horne Visiting Fellowship at St Antony’s College, Oxford. She earned a PhD and MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a BA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, including a year at the Université de la Sorbonne (Paris IV).
Organisations she has worked with for events or consultancy include KPMG, IKEA, LEGO, BAE Systems, Citywire, the Royal Society, the Vodafone Institute, SOLACE (the UK's leading network for public sector professionals), Avanade, CERN, Mishcon de Reya, Mayer Brown, 7 Bedford Row, Fujitsu, Vistage, the Internet of Things Alliance Australia, the Data Lab, and the Alan Turing Institute.