Kevin Macnish is Assistant Professor in Ethics and IT. His research is in the ethics of surveillance, security and technology, and he has published a book and a number of articles on surveillance ethics. Kevin has been interviewed by BBC national radio and television and the Atlantic magazine and has spoken at both the House of Commons and the House of Lords in relation to his research. A witness to the Select Committee on Science and Technology, he was quoted several times in the committee’s final report on social media and data analysis. Kevin also conducts ethical analysis for security and ICT projects. He has been involved with a number of European Union FP-7 projects and is an independent Ethics Expert with REA, the research arm of the European Commission, for Horizon 2020 projects.
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SHERPA (Horizon2020) - Ethical and societal implications of artificial intelligence and big data
CITADEL (Horizon2020) - Ethics advisor for cybersecurity project
SECOPS (SESAR-JU) - Ethics advisor for security and drones project