Doctor of Laws (Ph.D / Juris Doctor) on Data Governance and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. Post Doctor at the Munich Center for Technology & Society at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Professor of Law & Technology at the Catholic University of Lisbon and at FGV Law School in Brazil. One of the pioneers in Brazilian Data Protection Law, having worked on the first draft of the bill that led to the current Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD) in coordination with the Brazilian Ministry of Justice. Co-Developer of Brazil's first comprehensive Internet legislation: Brazil's Internet Bill of Rights (“Marco Civil da Internet”). Former President of the National Institute for Data Protection (INPD) and co-developer of the Ethical Framework for Artificial Intelligence in coordination with the Brazilian Ministry of Economy. Partner at Demarest Advogados, head of "Privacy, Technology & Cybersecurity" and "Intellectual Property & Innovation" areas. Senior Consultant at CCA Law Firm on TMT in Portugal. Google Regional Legal Counsel for Portugal (Secondment 2022/CCA). Senior Fellow and Consultant at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) on the European and International Cooperation team for Global Innovation Policy, Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence. Advisor and Consultant for the development of National Strategy Plans for Artificial Intelligence in Europe and Latin America. Coordinator for strategic projects on the development of Ethical & Responsible Artificial Intelligence in the private and public sectors in Latin America and Europe. Author of the books "Connected Democracy" (Democracia Conectada), "The Internet of Things" (Internet das Coisas), "Among Data and Robots: Ethics and Privacy in the Era of Hyperconnectivity" (Entre Dados e Robôs: Ética e Privacidade na Era da Hiperconectividade) and "Digital Rights: Latin America and the Caribbean".