Director, Computer Says Maybe
Alix Dunn works as a consultant and advisor to organizations big and small in the for-profit and non-profit worlds. She has extensive experience facilitating diverse groups to tackle complex data and technology challenges, and to advance a shared understanding of how technology can and should shape our world. Her consulting firm Computer Says Maybe works with the private sector to build decision-making infrastructure for socially beneficial deployment of emerging technology. She also works with global philanthropic institutions to shape strategic investment in technology and to anticipate the impact that technology can and will have on society. She is a fellow at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, sits on the Technology Advisory Board of the International Criminal Court, the Advisory Board of the Human Rights Initiative at Open Society Foundations, the Advisory Council of the Open Technology Fund, and the boards of the Ada Lovelace Institute at Nuffield Foundation, Syrian Archive, and Open Data Kosovo. She co-founded and directed The Engine Room, a leading non-profit organization leveraging data and technology to make the world a better place. She was a data and technology fellow at Open Society Foundations, and sat on the Technology Advisory Council at Amnesty International.