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Sandra Leaton Gray, Dr

Associate Professor in Education at IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society

Sandra Leaton Gray is an Associate Professor at the UCL Institute of Education. She is a former secondary school teacher, and now a Sociology of Education specialist, with a special interest in social and ethical issues surrounding contemporary identity, biometrics, artificial intelligence and algorithms. Sandra founded the BERA Artificial and Human Intelligence SIG and is its current Chair. She 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 has a new book on women curriculum thinkers coming out in 2023, also co-authored with David Scott. Sandra is a member of the Privacy Expert Group of the Biometrics Institute, and a Senior Member of Wolfson College, Cambridge University.

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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