Jana is co-supervised by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Twente and the Rathenau Institute in The Hague where she is a part of the Digital Society team.
At the core of her project are ethical and governance risks of new and emerging digital technologies. Specifically, she looks at how the implementation and development of algorithmic decision-making in the public sector interact with shared public values and visions of a future digital society.
She holds a Bachelor in Political Science (University of Belgrade and Ghent) and a European Master in Global Studies (University of Leipzig and Wroclaw). In her master thesis on technopolitics, Jana explored how public discourse and sociotechnical imaginaries impact the societal acceptance or rejection of digital technologies.
Prior to joining PROTECT, she worked in Brussels and across Europe in facilitating dialogue and collaboration on public policies on Internet governance. She also writes for the Digital Watch Observatory about interdisciplinary approaches, digital ethics and online trust.
Check her posts for PROTECT here.