Fabienne’s background lies in public international and EU law, including a specialisation in human rights law. Fabienne demonstrates a strong interest in using new technologies for social good and enhancing human efficiency to that end. In her free time, Fabienne enjoys visiting tech art exhibitions.
At Trilateral, Fabienne is part of the Policy, Ethics & Emerging Technologies Team. She is currently working on the DARLENE project, which involves combining AR and ML technology to improve situational awareness of police officers while combatting crime. She is focusing on conducting impact assessments of the project’s data protection and ethical aspects.
Fabienne holds a Master of Laws (LLM) degree in Public International Law, with a specialisation in Human Rights (with Distinction and Honours) at Utrecht University and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree in International & European Law (with Distinction) at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
Fabienne’s research has centred on the intersections of (new) technologies and human/fundamental rights. She wrote her Master’s thesis on the relationship between the human right to development and internet access and her Bachelor’s thesis on the regulation of AI through the lens of EU fundamental rights – a shorter version of which, focussing on the GDPR, she has published with European Papers.