Faisal is currently pursuing his postgraduate studies in philosophy and public policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he is an Emirates Foundation Scholar at the LSE Middle East Centre. His academic interests lie in contemporary moral theory and the philosophy of technology. He is currently conducting research on the prevalence of implicit bias in artificial intelligence algorithms in contexts including employment, immigration and in legal and judicial systems, and the subsequent ways in which it influences public policy. Prior to this, Faisal worked in cybersecurity policy at Microsoft’s Gulf Headquarters in the United Arab Emirates, before moving into technology policy research the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government, where his research focused on the ethical implications of data sharing. Faisal hopes to continue to develop his research during his time at the Uehiro Centre.