Dr. Stephanie Hare is a highly respected author, keynote speaker, commentator, and consultant specializing in technology, trends, and business. With her expertise in areas such as AI, tech ethics, the metaverse, and cyber security, Stephanie enlightens and engages audiences, clients, and readers by shedding light on the dynamic changes taking place in our world.
Stephanie is the author of the acclaimed book "Technology Is Not Neutral: a short guide to technology ethics," which was named one of the Financial Times' best summer books of 2022. Her work stands out for its academic rigor and credibility, and her vibrant on-stage delivery never fails to captivate and entertain audiences worldwide. In addition, Stephanie is a highly accomplished event MC and moderator, known for her ability to facilitate panels and bring out the best in guests and interviewees with her warmth and humor.
Stephanie Hare's expertise has been recognized through her selection for the BBC Expert Women program. She is a regular contributor to BBC Television, including a new segment called "Artificial Intelligence: Decoded," where she analyzes the latest developments in AI. She also contributes to the BBC World Service program "Business Matters."
Stephanie's work has been published in prestigious publications such as the Financial Times, The Washington Post, the Guardian/Observer, Harvard Business Review, and WIRED. Prior to her current roles, she gained valuable experience working at Accenture, Palantir, and Oxford Analytica. She also held the Alistair Horne Visiting Fellowship at St Antony's College, Oxford. Stephanie holds a PhD and MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a BA from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, including a year at the Université de la Sorbonne in Paris.
Stephanie Hare has worked with a wide range of organizations for events and consultancy, including KPMG, IKEA, LEGO, BAE Systems, Citywire, the Royal Society, the Vodafone Institute, SOLACE (the UK's leading network for public sector professionals), Avanade, CERN, Mishcon de Reya, Mayer Brown, 7 Bedford Row, Fujitsu, Vistage, the Internet of Things Alliance Australia, the Data Lab, and the Alan Turing Institute.