Anjali Mazumder

Rutherford Fellow, the Alan Turing Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Anjali Mazumder is an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Statistics and Data Science at Carnegie Mellon University. She is also a Rutherford fellow of the Alan Turing Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence where she leads on projects pertaining to data science/AI for justice and human rights, including modern slavery, statistics and the law, and bias/fairness in algorithms in justice. Her research focuses on developing decision support systems involving combination of complex, sparse and disparate sources of data, causal inference from observational data, quantifying value of evidence, and managing bias and uncertainty. She has over 15 years’ experience working at the interface of research, policy and practice in the UK, the US and Canada, fostering cross-sector and interdisciplinary collaborations.

Recent Articles by this Author

10 Years of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights Sees Wave of New Human Rights Due Diligence. Is it Enough?

Angharad Smith, Alice Eckstein
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Building an Anti-Trafficking Support System for Uganda’s Sustainability

Doreen Boyd
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New UNICEF Briefing Outlines Risks Facing Migrant Children During the Pandemic

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Breaking the Vicious Circle: Climate Change, Environmental Destruction and Contemporary Slavery

Dr Chris O’Connell
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AI for Good: Using AI to Prevent Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced and Child Labour

Nesrien Hamid, Alice Eckstein, Anjali Mazumder, James Goulding, Doreen Boyd , Nadya Bliss, Ben Harris
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Symposium: Gendered Measurements of Exploitation and its Impact on Survivors

Caroline Adhiambo
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