Genevieve is a renowned anthropologist and technologist.
She is a pioneer in the field of futurist research and is also interested in how different cultures use technology.
She heads up the newly formed Autonomy, Agency and Assurance (3A) Institute at ANU, which was set up to grapple with artificial intelligence and its impact on our lives.
Genevieve is interested in new technology and how we respond to it, particularly how personal computers, mobile phones and the internet have re-shaped our lives.
Her research is also concerned with the factors that are influencing Australia's digital future.
Genevieve has a PhD in cultural anthropology from Stanford University.
She is regularly called on to provide comment to the media on modern technology and the rise of artificial intelligence.