PhD Candidate, Center for Responsible AI @NYU.
I am a second year PhD candidate at NYU where I am advised by Julia Stoyanovich and work closely with Christoper Musco and Bill Howe (of UW). I am affiliated with the NYU Center for Responsible AI. I am grateful to be supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.
Broadly, my work aims to answer open questions on data privacy, algorithmic fairness and AI safety, with an eye towards improving society and doing social good.
I was formerly a member of the Microsoft AI rotational program, working out of the New England Research and Development lab (and remotely during COVID!). In 2019 I graduated from Brown University, where I wrote a thesis about AI and self-data collection.
I happen to own a school bus that I’ve spent a lot of time converting into a mobile home and finding a permanent home for it in rural Vermont. If you like, I’ll give you some great reasons to buy a bus, and arguably some better reasons not to. I also make movies and write as much as I can.
|Mar 29, 2023||Very excited to have been awarded a 2023 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!|
|Feb 16, 2023||Our preprint The Possibility of Fairness: Revisiting the Impossibility Theorem in Practice is available on arXiv. Please take a look, we believe there are exciting implications for the algorithmic fairness community.|
|Nov 19, 2022||Our paper Counterfactual Fairness Is Basically Demographic Parity was accepted at AAAI 2023!|
|Oct 8, 2022||Our paper Critical Perspectives: A Benchmark Revealing Pitfalls in PerspectiveAPI was accepted at NLP for Positive Impact 2022, part of EMNLP 2022.|
|Jun 13, 2022||Our paper Spending Privacy Budget Wisely and Fairly was accepted at Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy 2022, part of ICML 2022.|