Hannah DavisDay 1 on March 25th, 2020
Hannah is a machine learning artist and has a background in data analysis and machine learning, with a focus on modeling worldviews, generative art and music, and tools for countering bias in machine learning datasets. She is a public speaker and has spoken at the Library of Congress, Bell Labs, Eyeo Festival, the European Association for Computational Linguistics, and others.
Hannah WeiDay 1 on March 11th, 2020
Hannah Wei has a background in cognitive science and computer science. Her work focuses on the intersection of global communities, frontier technology and user-centered design. She has led product design and research initiatives on the ground in Indonesia, Ghana, and Taiwan, and has worked with teams at Facebook, MIT Media Labs, Harvard Innovation Labs.
Gina AssafDay 1 on March 20th, 2020
Gina Assaf is an independent digital strategist, researcher, and designer for the humanitarian and global aid sector, and the co-founder and managing director of a digital design & development consulting organization. She has worked for organizations such as the United Nations, IRC, World Bank, USAID contractors, Intuit, and GitHub.
Dr. Athena AkramiDay 1 on March 17th, 2020
Dr. Akrami is a faculty member at Sainsbury Wellcome Centre, in University College London, where she runs a large neuroscience laboratory studying learning and memory in rodents, human, and computational models. She has more than 15 years of experience in scientific research and publications, project managements, and international collaborations.
Lisa McCorkellDay 1 on March 14th, 2020
Lisa McCorkell has a Masters in Public Policy from UC Berkeley and a BA in Political Science from UCLA. Her background is in public policy, public health, advocacy, writing, and research.
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Dr. Mel SymeonidesDay 1 on March 20th, 2020
Dr. Symeonides is a postdoctoral associate at the University of Vermont, USA. He is conducting wet lab research, primarily in the fields of virology and immunology, in the context of HIV-1 and Rotavirus. He is also engaged in educating and training early career (undergraduate and graduate level) scientists, both through lecturing as well as in the research lab.
Dr. Signe RedfieldCurrent Contributor
Dr. Redfield received her Ph.D. and MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida, and a BA in General Engineering from Johns Hopkins University.