Dr Kobi Leins

Non-Resident Fellow, Emerging Technology ProgramUnited States Studies Centre

Dr Kobi Leins (GAICD) is a non-resident fellow with the Emerging Technology program at the United States Studies Centre. She is a global expert in AI, international law and governance.
Dr Kobi Leins
Biography

Dr Kobi Leins (GAICD) is a non-resident fellow with the Emerging Technology program at the United States Studies Centre. She is a global expert in AI, international law and governance. Leins provides strategic advice on the selection, implementation and operation of technologies to drive business edge; creates systems for organisational and delegation of ownership for complex systems and data; and uses international benchmarking to analyse opportunities and risks in face of rapidly changing legal and governance landscapes and data literacy and public sentiment.

Leins is an Honorary Senior Fellow of King’s College, London; Advisory Board Member of the Carnegie AI and Equality Initiative; Member of Standards Australia as a technical expert on the International Standards Organisation’s work on AI Standards; Affiliate, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society; and former Non-Resident Fellow of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. Leins is the author of New War Technologies and International Law: The Legal Limits to Weaponising Nanomaterials, Cambridge University Press(2022).