Researcher and Programmer
Georgia was a Researcher and Programmer in the Futures and Explorations Team, which she first joined as an Intern.
She contributed to the team's own research initiatives and its cross-cutting projects with others within and outside of Nesta. She also worked on the curation and programming of a wide range of associated events, including FutureFest and the FutureFestForward series.
With a background in Philosophy (University of Cambridge), Georgia previously developed a creative research practice while completing her Information Experience Design MA at the Royal College of Art. Through her creative work, she established cross-disciplinary collaborations with scientists from diverse, cutting-edge fields such as epigenetics, quantum computing and machine learning. Most recently her research has addressed the intersections of philosophy and artificial intelligence, exploring these through her art practice which includes critical academic and non-academic writing, and regular speaking engagements both for specialist audiences and the general public.
In her free time, Georgia cultivates a year-round passion for gardening and plays the violin in a number of semi-professional London orchestras.
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