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Andreas Tsamados

DPhil Student

Andreas Tsamados

DPhil Student


Andreas’ doctoral research centres on appropriate human control of AI applications within national security and defence.

His research also extends to the ethical, environmental and social implications of AI and digital technologies.

His Master’s thesis at the OII explored the use of large, open source language models (GPT-2 1.b and Megatron 11b) for mass political manipulation and citizen impersonations on government-hosted consultation websites and fora. He found that a number of government websites around the world were vulnerable to this type of Sybil attacks.

Andreas co-founded in 2019.

Today, he is developing the Algorithmic Resistance Cookbook and needs your help:

Research Interests

Philosophy of science; algorithms; P2P and decentralised networks; information security; climate emergency; structural inequalities and poverty.

Positions at the OII

  • DPhil Student, September 2021 -
  • MSc Student, October 2018 - August 2020



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