Last updated: March 10, 2023

My research focuses on emerging regulatory principles, standards, and technical norms in the area of AI safety and security. I am interested in providing a deeper understanding about the current and future role of human factors in the increasingly algorithmic decision making across various sectors. Specifically, I focus on the operationalisation of the emerging legal principle of meaningful human control over the use of autonomous systems, typology of standards applicable to AI systems, and legal issues of privacy-preserving technologies such as confidential computing. I am also involved in the research regarding innovation adoption in the defense and intelligence sectors.

My current intellectual home is the Surrey Institute for People-Centred AI and School of Law. I also remain affiliated with my alma mater, the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

Research themes:

  • AI safety and security
  • Data Privacy
  • Ethics and regulation of AI
  • Privacy Preserving Technologies
  • Defense-tech
  • Geopolitics of AI
  • History of Ideas
  • Spontaneous Order and Complex Systems

Academic Publications:

  • ‘Stakeholder Primacy as New Institutional Framework for Entrepreneurial Market Process’, Social Coordination and Public Policy: Explorations in Theory and Practice, Lexington Books, 2022 (forthcoming)
  • The Problematisation of Human Control over Lethal Autonomous Weapons – A Case Study of the US Department of Defense’, Regulating Artificial Intelligence in Industry, Routledge 2021.
  • Regulating Human Control over Autonomous Systems’, Special Issue of Regulation & Governance Journal, John Wiley & Sons, 2020.
  • Digital Foresight 2035: 12 scenarios for Poland’ (in Polish: Foresight cyfrowy 2035 12 scenariuszy dla Polski), report by Polish Economic Institute, 2019.
  • Artificial Intelligence’ in Piotr Arak, Lukasz Czernicki, Ignacy Swiecicki (ed) ‘Common Market as a Common Commitment Letters to the New EU Leadership 2019-2024’, report by Polish Economic Institute, 2019.
  • ‘Human Control or Human Judgment over Autonomous Weapons? Where lies the difference?’, edited collection by Mikolaj Sienicki Institute, 2020.
  • ‘Impact Investing in Poland?’, edited collection by Mikolaj Sieniecki Institute, 2020.
  • ‘Law of spontaneous order – Hayekian concept of regulation’, The Archive for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Warsaw, 2012.
  • ‘Comments on the legal legitimacy’, Conference Book ‘Avant’ after The International Scientific Conference “Philosophers’ Rally”, Torun, 24-26 June 2011.