programme director, Centre for Public Impact
Danny is the Centre for Public Impact’s programme director and oversees the foundation’s research activities and government engagements. In his role he also leads CPI’s work on artificial intelligence and the future of government. Danny has written and published on numerous topics of government and public administration, including on the impact of artificial intelligence on policy-making.
Danny has been with the Centre for Public Impact (CPI) since its launch. Prior to joining CPI he worked in think tanks and as a strategy consultant in the Boston Consulting Group’s Berlin office where he focused on digital innovation.
Danny is a political scientist by training and holds an MA in international policy studies from Stanford University where he was a Fulbright Scholar.
Follow Danny on Twitter @dannybuerkli
Sunday 29 October, 17:30 Frobisher Auditorium 1
Rage against the machines: is automation a threat to jobs?