Lewis is a freelance researcher with a particular interest in government, data, and new technologies. He previously worked at the Institute for Government, first on its Brexit team – and subsequently on the Institute’s digital government programme. Most recently, he published a report on how innovations in digital technology could be used to improve government policymaking, helping make it better informed, more collaborative, and more open to public participation.
Lewis’s public-facing research has been featured on the BBC and in the FT, The Guardian, The Times and elsewhere. He has an MSc in Intelligent Systems from the University of Sussex, where he focused on artificial intelligence and a BA in Politics, Psychology and Sociology from the University of Cambridge.