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About - Erik St. Gray (Stayton)

Erik St. Gray (né Stayton) is a technologist and anthropologist of technology who shapes the future of human relationships to technology by studying and critiquing their past, their present, and conventionally accepted visions of their future. He received his dual-degree Sc.B. from Brown University in physics and English literature before completing his Master's and Ph.D at MIT on the social and cultural context of automated cars, and the practices of autonomous vehicle development, respectively. Erik is a senior researcher in user experience and human-centered design at the Alliance Innovation Lab, a research center of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi automotive alliance. Thesis: Driverless Dreams: Technological Narratives and the Shape of the Automated Car