Founder, Computer Says Maybe
Alix Dunn is the founder of Computer Says Maybe, a firm building the facilitation capability of remote teams around the world. She has extensive experience facilitating diverse groups to tackle complex data and technology challenges, and to advance a shared understanding of how technology can and should shape our world. She founded and directed The Engine Room, a global non-profit that supports social sector organisations to make the most of technology and data. She sits on the advisory board of Foxglove and she is a trustee of the Ada Lovelace Institute for AI & Society.