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Armando Guio Espanol is a lawyer, and graduated from Universidad de los Andes (Bogota, Colombia) in 2014 with an Honours Degree.

His academic research has been focused on privacy law and policy and their influence on the economic development of Latin-America. He worked for different law firms in Colombia in their data protection departments, and he was also a law professor in Universidad de los Andes. He decided to study many of these topics during while at Harvard University (LL.M. '16), where he had the opportunity to engage in interesting discussions regarding these topics.

He has studied the regulation of new born technologies and its implications on public policy. This is why he attended a Master of Public Policy at Oxford University. He will graduate from this program in November 2018.

He is interested in the latest technologies related to artificial intelligence and robotics, and the ethical and regulatory challenges that come with them. He thinks that the regulation of this innovation will be one of the most important discussions of our generation and it is essential for the future of developing countries.


Dec 14, 2018

Get to Know Berkman Klein Fellow Armando Guio-Espanol

a spotlight on one of our 2018-2019 BKC Fellows