Senior Director, Responsible Tech & Competition, European Government Affairs - Microsoft
Cornelia leads Microsoft’s European Responsible Tech & Competition team which focuses on the impact of new technologies and regulatory frameworks that meet expectation of society. Her team covers policies such as responsible AI, digital safety and content regulation, privacy, lawful access, human rights, competition and health & life science. Currently, Cornelia focuses on responsible AI and privacy and has long standing experience in Information Society & Internet policies. She participates in Microsoft’s internal AI champ community and in the AETHER privacy subgroup. Before joining Microsoft, she led the legal department of BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation. She has also gained experience in a top 10 law firm and started her professional career in the European Parliament as a political advisor. Cornelia is a qualified German lawyer and holds a master’s degree in information technology and telecommunication laws. She studied law at the Universities of Passau, Porto, Hamburg and Glasgow/Strathclyde.
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