My expertise spans development economics, political economy, behavioral economics, economic history and related fields such as causal inference and machine learning


My goal is to support a more inclusive future of work and the world the next generation will live in

News. Kweku Opoku-Agyemang facilitated a discussion at an invite-only conference held by Wilton Park, the UK government executive agency in collaboration with The Lancet and the Financial Times Commission on Equitable Health Futures in AI, as part of Governing health futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world. Kweku focused on “tactics and solutions to address bias in data and AI for health. How can these impacts be addressed through governance frameworks and governance pathways? In what ways could data and AI become tools for health equity?”