Kate Jones

Chatham House

Kate Jones is a is an associate fellow with Chatham House.

She is a consultant and researcher on human rights law, public international law, governance and diplomacy, focusing on their intersection with technology. With more than 20 years of legal experience, Jones has published and spoken widely on aspects of tech governance, with specialisms in disinformation and foreign interference, artificial intelligence and human rights.

Featured Work

FEB 21, 2023 Article

Human Rights Should be at the Heart of AI and Technology Governance

Building on a recent article from Anja Kaspersen and Wendell Wallach, Chatham House's Kate Jones writes that human rights need to be central to a ...