Rayne’s work focuses on global AI policy and ethics, Indigenous innovation, and the intersection between the rule of law and emergent technologies. Rayne serves as an executive advisor at the Oxford Artificial Intelligence Society (OxAI). At OxAI, he co-developed the initiative on diversity & inclusion, and managed industry relationships with Alphabet’s X, QuantumBlack, and other leading firms. Through his research, he analyzed socially responsible AI as a member of the Rhodes Artificial Intelligence Lab and conducted field research on national AI strategies in Southeast Asia. Additionally, Rayne is the co-founder of Georgetown Diplomatic Strategies, a diplomacy non-profit that has engaged with over fourteen embassies and launched a program to increase gender equality in foreign policy. Rayne is currently pursuing his J.D. at Columbia Law School. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Oxford, where he researched U.S.-China AI development. He received his B.A. from Georgetown University. At Georgetown, he studied international relations and economics, and led Georgetown’s largest event on climate change and international security. Rayne speaks Mandarin, and studies Japanese and ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian).