Dr Natasa Milic-Frayling is a Founder and CEO of Intact Digital Ltd, a Digital Continuity company that provides services for long-term care of software to enable use of digital artifacts ranging from archived scientific data to digital artwork affected by technology obsolescence. She also serves as Research Director at the Qatar Computing Research Institute (QCRI) leading research and innovation initiatives of the Arabic Language Technology group.
Natasa has 25+ years of experience in computer science research and innovation, including 17 years at Microsoft Research (MSR). She authored over 100 research publications and has a dozen of approved patents to her name. Besides her research role, Natasa led MSR Research Partnership Programme, promoting collaboration on strategic ICT industry challenges, including digital preservation (PLANETS and SCAPE EU projects).
Natasa is Professor Emerita with the School of Computer Science at the University of Nottingham where she served as Chair of Data Science for five years and taught professional ethics in computing.
Natasa is actively engaged with a broader professional community. She is a member of the Preservation Sub-Committee within the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme and serves as Chair of the Research and Technology Working group for the UNESCO PERSIST project. Natasa is an active member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). She served on the ACM Europe Council and as Chair of the ACM Women Europe Executive Committee.
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