Favour Borokini is a PhD student with the Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Nottingham, where she is researching legal and ethical implications of alternate identity representation through 3D avatars. In the past, Favour worked with various organisations within and outside researching the impact of emerging technologies on social equality, with a focus on African women, publishing a number of reports and papers on the subject.

At Pollicy, an award-winning East African feminist collective, Favour led the African Women in AI project which investigated the potential impact of AI on African women as well as the challenges of African women who are AI professionals as a Data and Digital Rights Researcher.

Favour enjoys animation and romantic and speculative fiction and thinking about ways technology can be used for good.