Kelsie Nabben is an ethnographic researcher specialising in the social impacts of emerging technologies, including decentralised digital infrastructure and Artificial Intelligence. Her post-doctoral research focuses on accountability in private governance contexts. She conducted her PhD at RMIT University’s Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society, with a thesis on ‘resilience in decentralised technologies’. Nabben’s research aims to understand the use of technology across diverse communities and to generate insights that can improve societal outcomes. Her research is applied in various settings via peer-reviewed publications, industry projects with professional services firm BlockScience, and policy contributions.