Karianne J.E. Boer, born in 1978, is a renowned Belgian-Dutch criminologist specialising in law, technology, and transhumanism. Affiliated with the Fundamental Rights Research Centre in Belgium and the Center for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Policy in the USA, Karianne boasts an impressive academic background, having studied criminology, philosophy, management sciences, and sociology of law.
Throughout her 20-year career, Karianne has held various managerial and research roles, from entrepreneurship to law enforcement, and now balances her professional pursuits with raising three children alongside her scientist husband. Currently working towards her LL.M. degree at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Karianne’s research interests span AI risks and ethics, artificial wombs, pregnancy termination, and vaccine mandates.
A staunch advocate for responsible technology use and conservation of natural humans, Karianne frequently participates in panel discussions, conference speeches, and contributes to legal journals and online platforms. As a polyglot, she fluently speaks Dutch, French, and English, with basic knowledge of Spanish and German.