Anna Knack

Lead Researcher, CETaS, The Alan Turing Institute

Anna Knack is a Senior Research Associate in the Defence and Security programme
and Lead Researcher of the Centre for Emerging Technology and Security. Her research aims to identify solutions addressing the technical and policy challenges that inhibit the security community from leveraging opportunities in artificial intelligence and emerging technology. Anna’s recent and ongoing research is focused on human-machine teaming, AI explainability, AI-augmented decision-making and cyber AI.

Prior to joining the Turing, Anna was Deputy Co-ord Lead of the Technology, Disruption & Uncertainty research workstream in RAND where she coordinated a portfolio of work
that leveraged futures methods to help policy-makers understand and prepare for the future
strategic operating environment. This included military capability development, defence innovation ecosystems, defence industrial base development, cybersecurity, cybercrime and counter-terrorism.

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