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Sandra Leaton Gray, Dr

Associate Professor at UCL-Institute of Edcuation

Sandra Leaton Gray is an Associate Professor at the UCL Institute of Education. She is a former teacher and sociology of education specialist, with a special interest in social and ethical issues surrounding contemporary identity, biometrics, artificial intelligence and algorithms. Sandra is the author of Teachers Under Siege (2005), and, with Andy Phippen, Invisibly Blighted: the digital erosion of childhood (2017), as well as Curriculum Reform in the European Schools: Towards a 21st Century Vision (2018, with David Scott and Peeter Mehisto). Sandra is a member of the Privacy Expert Group of the Biometrics Institute, a senior member of Wolfson College, Cambridge University, and a governor of two schools.

Sandra Leaton Gray's contributions

Artificial and Human Intelligence

Over the last 30 years, the academic study of intelligence has been in a process of decline, but recently this has changed dramatically. The main catalyst for this change has been the growth of...

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