Rony leads a global strategy program for Google’s Government Affairs and Public Policy team. Throughout her 7 years at Google she has worked across functions on the intersection of technology, society, and governance. She is specialised in scenario planning, horizon scanning, and foresight, and advises senior leaders on emerging critical shifts in the policy environment. She has a special interest in the impact of predictive technologies like AI on individuals and society, and the policy avenues that need to be developed in light of it.
Rony holds a MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy from the LSE, where she researched the notion of attention ownership, and its policy implications for the attention economy underpinning the web as we know it today. She also holds a BA in Philosophy and Psychology from Tel Aviv University.
AI ethics, predictive technology, attention economies, philosophy of language, cognitive psychology, theories of justice, policy development.