Marie-Therese is a doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute, and PhD research intern at DeepMind Ethics and Society. Her research focuses are Globally Beneficial AI, Intercultural AI Ethics, and Global Justice. Marie-Therese was previously a Research Assistant at The Future Society and at the MIT Media Lab where she founded Implikit.org. Her project out of the MIT Media Lab using neurotechnology to decrease implicit racial bias won the Fast Forward Challenge at the MIT Future of People Conference. Marie-Therese holds a Master’s degree in Mind, Brain and Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education and an undergraduate in Human Sciences at the University of Oxford. As a mixed Caribbean and Chinese individual in the realm of science and technology, she is interested in intergroup conflict, neural underpinnings of racial bias as well as the role of algorithms in facilitating human decision making.