I have delivered over 50 work-related presentations around the world (and virtually of course).
These talks are usually given at research conferences, industry summits, tech meetups, and knowledge sharing sessions within companies (like the BBC and NatWest Bank), and startup hubs.
I have attended several science communication and storytelling workshops to improve my presentation skills over time.
I have organised over 10 work-related events.
These include academic conferences, workshops, industry summits, and one special session.
Additionally, I have organised and ran multiple knowledge sharing groups within industry and academia.
I have currently stepped back from all organisational roles due to time.
Supervision and Teaching
I have supervised over 60 MSc and final year BSc students to teach "Conversational Agents". I led many of these students to develop and publish research on voice assistants for visually impaired people.
I have taught applied ethics and data privacy to PhD students and postgraduate researchers.
At Amazon Alexa, I was assigned two interns to guide when they first joined the Semantic Understanding team.
At Heriot-Watt University, I have supervised BSc student's dissertation projects.