Nicole Lemke is conducting research on public policy at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. She is working on her doctoral thesis as part of a project on the politicization of e-government funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). Her research focuses on innovation and technology policy, particularly in the area of artificial intelligence. She is currently spending a research period at UC Berkeley in the US and is responsible for a comparative survey on AI policy that is being conducted in France, the US, Germany and Switzerland.
She holds a Master in Comparative Politics & Policy Analysis from the University of Konstanz and a Master in Comparative Government Sciences from Sciences Po Grenoble. She gained practical experience in innovation policy at CEA Tech in Grenoble. In addition to her research activities, she serves as Policy Lead at Women in AI Switzerland.
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