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Charlotte Stix is a Research Associate on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Policy at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge. She advises Element AI on European AI policy and is a Fellow of the World Economic Forum's Global Future Council on Neurotechnology. Formerly at the European Commission's Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Unit, where she oversaw a budget of €18 million in Robotics and AI projects and contributed to the formulation of EU-wide AI strategy. Prior, a Policy Officer at the World Future Council, where she represented rights of Future Generations in front of international governments and the UN, researched policy solutions for the Sustainable Development Goals and advocated for the safe and ethical development of emerging technologies. Before that, she founded an award winning culture magazine, exploring the intersection between design and technology, while managing a team of 15 freelancers across three different continents. Her work is featured in a variety of media outlets such as Forbes, New York Times, and New America. Charlotte holds a MSc with a focus on extended cognition and brain machine interfaces, as well as additional degrees in philosophy, fashion design, and performing arts.