James Meese is an Associate Investigator based at RMIT University. He is co-leading a project that will explore how advances in telecommunications infrastructure will inform the future development of automated decision-making systems. He is also contributing to projects across the News and Media focus area.
James is a Senior Lecturer at RMIT University and holds an early career research fellowship from the Australian Research Council to study the algorithmic distribution of news.
James has also received research funding from the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network.
His two books are Authors, Users, Pirates: Subjectivity and Copyright Law (MIT Press) and Death and Digital Media (Routledge, co-authored).