Madhumita Murgia is an award-winning journalist who writes about technology and society. She is currently artificial intelligence editor at The Financial Times, where she covers cutting-edge developments in AI globally, and broader issues including surveillance, data privacy, and tech regulation. She was previously the FT European technology correspondent.
Before she joined The Financial Times, she was head of technology at The Daily Telegraph, and an associate editor at WIRED magazine. She was the 2017 Laurence Stern Fellow, spending three months at The Washington Post, reporting from across the US on issues including technology and health policy.
Murgia holds two Masters degrees, one in science journalism from New York University and one in clinical immunology from Oxford University.