Amin’s research spans legal & political philosophy, theories of legal interpretation (especially statutory interpretation), law and ethics of technology, private law theory, feminist jurisprudence, and the history of political thought. He holds a B.A., a J.D., and a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley and two master’s degrees from Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He is also a lifelong computer scientist and a co-inventor of Collaborative AI among other patented or patent pending technologies. His Ph.D. dissertation proposes an alternative to the legal-positivism/anti-positivism debate. His work at the ISP focuses on the regulation of data driven technologies.