Lori Regattieri is a social-environmental-climate justice tech and movement builder, and is presently Senior Fellow in Trustworthy AI at the Mozilla Foundation. As an activist and communications advisor, she has more than 15 years dedicated to campaigns, mobilization and collective action supporting grassroots movements in Brazil. She's also a research associate at Netlab (UFRJ), a member of the Network of Latin American Studies of Surveillance, Technology and Society (LAVITS), Design Justice Network (Allied Media) and the VOX-Pol Network of Excellence (NoE) focused on researching Violent Online Political Extremism. Lori holds a B.A. in Social Work and MA in Communication and Territoriality from the University of Espirito Santo (UFES/Brasil). She spent a year abroad at the Digital Humanities Program, University of Alberta, Canada. In 2021, she completed her PhD in Communication and Culture from the University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) with the thesis “Algorithmization of life”. Over the years her research has focused on science and technology studies (STS), cybernetics, media ecology, propaganda and disinformation, reparation epistemologies and decolonial approaches to increase justice and reduce bias in AI. She is the co-editor of the feminist magazine DR. More info at http://eco-midia.com and at http://netlab.eco.ufrj.br.