Fiona Haines, BA(Hons), PhD FASSA is Professor of Criminology at the University of Melbourne and Honorary Professor at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at Australian National University.

She explores how businesses generate harm, commit crime and how to get them to act in the public interest.

Her work is diverse, including research into industrial disasters, grievances against multinational enterprises and community responses to coal seam gas.

She is currently working with Christine Parker on rethinking regulation in an ecologically constrained world.

It is this work that will feed into ADM+S in terms of how automated decision-making, and the regulation of that decision-making, both enables and undermines shifts to an ecologically sustainable and socially just future.