Kalliopi joined Brunel Law School as a Doctoral Researcher in October 2020. Her research focuses on Financial Crime in the new digital world, where she explores the use of technologies and, in particular, Artificial Intelligence, to detect and prevent money laundering and other financial crimes.
New technologies based on AI applications, raise ethical and legal issues, especially related to liability and potentially biased decision-making. The main objective of her research is, therefore, to examine the conditions under which new technologies can assist the fight against financial crimes and to reflect on the challenges regulators face in building the framework to meet the new needs and requirements.
Kalliopi holds an LLB from Demokritos University of Thrace, and an LLM in European Criminal Law with specialization in Financial Crime from Humboldt University in Berlin. She is a qualified Greek Lawyer and an Accredited Business Mediator, with experience as a Compliance Officer and Legal Consultant in the financial Sector.