Rosanna Fanni is Associate Research Assistant and Digital Forum Coordinator at CEPS. She is also a 2020-2021 Fulbright Schuman Grantee.
Rosanna is an interdisciplinary junior researcher interested in the governance of and through technology with a focus on the EU and international relations. At CEPS, she currently investigates the impact of AI on fundamental rights for the “Study to support an Impact Assessment of Regulatory Requirements for Artificial Intelligence in Europe”. She also analyses the European AI policy in light of transatlantic and international relations as a Fulbright visiting researcher at Georgetown University and Brookings Institute.
Rosanna’s wider research interests include citizen-centred technology policy and innovation, including multi-stakeholder deliberation, policy negotiation, digital law enforcement and appeal rights. She is also interested in the links between international norm diffusion and collision processes and digital technologies.
Besides, Rosanna plans digital communication activities for the EU Confederation of Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratories (CLAIRE) and is board member of the Club Alpbach Belgium/Brussels.
Rosanna’s native language is German. She has full working proficiency in English and very good written and spoken command of French and Italian. She holds German and Italian citizenship.