Some recent writings from me


2021 Reflections 8 min read

This year has been one of the busiest and most rewarding years of my life - which is especially weird because when I started the year I genuinely thought it would probably be the most chill year of my life

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How can dark sousveillance inform AI development? 11 min read

Building on Mann's idea of sousveillance - defined by him as “enhancing the ability of people to access and collect data about their surveillance and to neutralize surveillance”

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Web accessibility and applying the POUR principles to our products 5 min read

Within the last year, we have drastically increased the number of patient-facing products we have, and so it’s more important than ever for us that our products are accessible for every patient, regardless of how tech-savvy they are or what device they are using.

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On Software Engineering, Health-Tech and Ethics 14 min read

A little over 50 years ago, a computer programming student called Charley Kline sat down at a computer in UCLA and sent the first message over the internet, to a computer 400 miles away at the Stanford Research Institute. Intended to be the word "login", the computer crashed after the

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2020 Reflections 9 min read

2020 was a bit of a mad year (for obvious reasons), but it was far from my hardest year, and I did actually find some positives throughout it. So here are some reflections on how 2020 was for me, and on what I want 2021 to look like. Goals and

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I read 100 books this year 5 min read

At the start of 2020, I wanted to start reading again - it's always touted as something that all successful people do, but I was largely sceptical of this, so I thought I'd give it a go and see if it felt genuinely worth the time investment.

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