Daniel C.S. Wilson is a historian of modern Britain, with a focus on science and technology. He has degrees in History and Philosophy, and has held research fellowships in Cambridge and Paris. Prior to joining The Alan Turing Institute, Daniel taught in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge, where he also worked on the 'Technology & Democracy' project at CRASSH: an inquiry into the politics of the digital.
Daniel is interested in both the past and present modalities of what it means to be 'living with machines'. His current research focuses among other things on the politics of work, infrastructure, energy and 'Pandaemonium'.