My main research interest is in answering the question of how to regulate machine learning. More broadly, I am interested in interrogating the intersection of the social, political and technical through the development of technical artifacts.
There is more information about the projects that I’ve worked on here.
As a researcher interested in how law and policy shape and are shaped by digital technology, I work with policy makers and advocates. Most recently, I graduated from the University of Chicago Law School with a Masters of Legal Studies degree. Last summer, I had the opportunity to work at the Center for Democracy and Technology.