Rachel Douglas-Jones is an Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where she is the Head of the Technologies in Practice research group and co-directs the ETHOS Lab. Her research interests center on evaluative knowledge practices and technologies of governance, including ethics committees, digital bureaucracies, technological substitution and augmentation, data erasure and most recently, the ethics of inference. She is currently leading a research project "Moving Data- Moving People", a study of digital trust in the implementation of the Chinese Social Credit System. She is the editor the 2021 special issue Towards an Anthropology of Data (with Antonia Walford and Nick Seaver) and the forthcoming Handbook on the Anthropology of Technology (with Maja Højer Bruun, Ayo Wahlberg, Brit Ross Winthereik, Dorthe Brogaard Kristensen, Klaus Høyer and Cathrine Hasse).
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