Sine Nørholm Just
Sine Nørholm Just is a professor of strategic communication at the Department of Communication and Arts, Roskilde University. Sine is the principal investigator of the ADD-project, and she heads the subproject on the use of data and algorithms in personal and public decisions on issues of health.
Torben Elgaard Jensen
Torben Elgaard Jensen is a professor of techno-anthropology at the Department of Culture and Learning, Aalborg University. In the ADD-project, Torben leads the work package on theory development, and he is responsible for the subproject on privacy and cybersecurity. Torben has researched innovation, knowledge production and user involvement in various contexts.
Christina Lioma is a professor of computer science and head of the Machine Learning Section at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. Christina heads the methodological work package of the ADD-project. She researches algorithmic modelling, develop, and evaluation and has received several international awards for her work with applied AI.
Helene Friis Ratner
Helene Friis Ratner is an associate professor in education studies at the Danish School of Education, Aarhus University. She co-leads the empirical work package of the ADD-project and is responsible for the subproject on the use of predictive algorithms in public administration.
Leonard Seabrooke is a professor of international political economy and economic sociology at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. He co-leads the empirical work package of the ADD-project and is responsible for the subproject on the use of data and algorithms in the fields of finance and insurance.
Alf Rehn is a professor of innovation, design and management at the Department of Technology and Innovation, University of Southern Denmark. In the ADD-project, Alf heads the subproject on the uses of algorithms, data and AI within the fields of innovation, technological development and management. His research interests include the power-knowledge relations in novel technologies.