Kaśka Porayska-Pomsta's research and practice aim to strike a balance between the needs of learners and educational practitioners in real world educational contexts and the design and engineering constraints related to creating and deploying Intelligent Learning Environments in the wild. Diversity, inclusion and trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in Education represent key themes throughout her research. She has substantial experience of working with diverse learners, including young children, and designing and evaluating AI technologies to support their learning and development.  She is an author of multiple scientific papers published in engineering, computer science, social sciences and educational research journals.  Her latest co-edited book focusing on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Education, published by Routledge in August 2022, is the first substantial volume dedicated to the subject.  Kaśka is a member of the management committee for the Bloomsbury Centre for Educational Neuroscience, she is an elected member of the executive committee for the International Society for Artificial Intelligence in Education, and a member of the advisory board for the University College London EdTech Labs as well as newly formed University College London and Amazon Web Services Centre for Digital Innovation.  She is also an active participant in policy discussions about AI and its governance.