I am a PhD candidate in political science at UC San Diego. I study the authoritarian politics of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
My dissertation examines:
1) how facets of authoritarian politics, e.g., censorship and propaganda, induce bias in AI
2) the political implications of such bias for democracy and authoritarian control
In other work, I study the politics of science and technology. My research is motivated by normative concerns about freedom and justice.
I received my MA from the University of Chicago and BA from UCLA. I am currently a GPEP Fellow at Georgetown University. I was an intern at Microsoft Research and a CDDRL/HAI Fellow at Stanford University.
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org