Lucia Russo is an economist and policy analyst in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) unit of the OECD Digital Economy Policy Division. As part of her work, she conducts AI country reviews and policy analysis on national AI strategies, policies, and regulatory approaches. Before joining the OECD, Lucia worked as an economist at the Digital Economy and Skills Unit of the Directorate General CONNECT of European Commission, where she designed policies for digital skills and led work on evaluating EU research programmes in the digital domain. Lucia holds a Master of Development Economics and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Roma Tre. She is currently pursuing the master’s degree in Artificial Intelligence for Public Services (AI4GOV) from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and Politecnico di Milano.

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