Hello, I'm Chris and I am a product strategist, manager, and researcher.
I recently launched 2100.design, a service helping organizations anticipate and shape the wider effects of their technology.
In the past, I worked as a tech and innovation consultant, advising companies across a range of industries on strategic innovation, human-centered design, and agile development.
Leading up to 2100.design, I did postgraduate research at University College London studying the social construction and effects of artificial intelligence. My studies were interdisciplinary – drawing from STS, anthropology, sociology, philosophy, and history. My dissertation was on the topic of applied responsible innovation.
2100 - Founder
Driverless Futures - Researcher
A Systematic Literature Review of the Use of Foresight Methodologies Within Technology Policy Between 2015 and 2020 - UCL STEaPP Working Paper (forthcoming)
Rethinking the Yellowbelt: A Proposal to Increase Toronto's Housing Availability and Affordability - Housing Matters
The Natural Roots of Artificial Intelligence - Towards Data Science
Imagineering & Resurrections - Towards Data Science
Neurally Networked: How DeepMind’s Differentiable Neural Computer Reflects the Efforts of a Broader Network of Actors - UCL
Anti-Entropy & Standing Reserve - 2100
Media Tetrads - 2100
Love Your Machines - Predict
The Importance of Incentives in the Development of Autonomous Vehicles - Predict
From Medium to Mediator - The Technoskeptic
Does Technological Change Shape Historical Change? - Predict
Perpetual Accommodation: A History of Technology-Driven Change - MISC Magazine
More than Profitability: Understanding Startup Excellence - MISC Magazine
The Machine and Me: On Being Connected, and the Device You Wake Up To Look At
Interview With The Six Hundred
University College London - Graduate Student
Idea Couture - Engagement Manager
Polis Finance - Founder
Deloitte - Consultant
SAP - Project Management Analyst
UBC - Research Assistant
BlackBerry - Process Coordinator
UBC Sauder School of Business - Student