Martina Kunz is a research associate at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI). For her PhD (soon to be completed) at the Cambridge Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance, she used natural language processing, data science and artificial intelligence to map and evaluate the regulatory techniques and effects of international environmental treaty systems. Prior to her PhD at Cambridge, Martina studied and worked at the University of Geneva, Tsinghua University, and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Her work at CFI focuses on international strategies, policies and governance mechanisms that could help mitigate the risks and harness the opportunities presented by AI.
Ten‐year assessment of the 100 priority questions for global biodiversity conservation
Peer-reviewed paper by Tommaso Jucker, Bonnie Wintle, Gorm Shackelford, Pierre Bocquillon, Jan Laurens Geffert, Tim Kasoar, Eszter Kovacs, Hannah S. Mumby, Chloé Orland, Judith Schleicher, Eleanor R. Tew, Aiora Zabala, Tatsuya Amano, Martina Kunz, Alexandra Bell, Boris Bongalov, Josephine M. Chambers, Colleen Corrigan, América P. Durán, Leslie‐Anne Duvic‐Paoli, Caroline Emilson, Erik J.S. Emilson, Jéssica Fonseca da Silva, Emma E. Garnett, Elizabeth J. Green, Miriam K. Guth, Andrew Hacket‐Pain, Amy Hinsley, Javier Igea, Martina Kunz, Sarah H. Luke, William Lynam, Philip A. Martin, Matheus H. Nunes, Nancy Ockendon, Aly Pavitt, Charlotte L.R. Payne, Victoria Plutshack, Tim T. Rademacher, Rebecca J. Robertson, David C. Rose, Anca Serban, Benno I. Simmons, Catherine Tayleur, Claire F.R. Wordley, Nibedita Mukherjee