Offices: United Kingdom
Adebisi Adewusi is a consultant at Technopolis with a background in science and technology policy and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics skills development for women, visible minorities, and underserved youth. She is particularly interested in digital technologies including artificial intelligence and immersive technologies. She has experience in a range of qualitative and quantitative research methods including interviews, surveys, data analysis, case studies, desk research, and literature reviews.
As part of Technopolis, Adebisi has contributed to evaluations and studies on the field of Science and Technology Innovation. She has recently contributed to the Review of the Digital Research Infrastructure Requirements for AI in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute for UKRI (2022) and evaluations of Industrial Strategy Challenge Funds.
Prior to joining Technopolis, she worked in the Nigerian public sector developing programmes and strategies for inclusive governance. She was also a public relations director for a Canadian charity organisation that provided women, visible minorities, and underserved youths with Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics programs.
Adebisi holds a Masters in Political Science and a Masters in Science and Technology Policy from the University of Sussex, UK. Her dissertation focused on investigating the ethical use of artificial intelligence in the United Arab Emirate and Saudi Arabia. She is fluent in English.