I am a 2nd year Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. I am advised by Dr. Shion Guha. I am a member of the Human-Centred Data Science Lab and a Junior Fellow at Massey College.
In my research, I explore decision-making in sociotechnical systems and the ramifications of introducing AI in these domains. I am deeply interested in working closely with communities in Toronto to understand data and technology use in the City’s homeless support systems.
I hold a Master of Information from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Chicago.
- Our paper “Rethinking “Risk” in Algorithmic Systems Through A Computational Narrative Analysis of Casenotes in Child-Welfare” was accepted at CHI’2023 and received the Best Paper Award 🏆
- I attended the Human-Centered AI (HCAI) workshop at NeurIPS’22 position paper
- Our paper “Unpacking Invisible Work Practices, Constraints, and Latent Power Relationships in Child Welfare through Casenote Analysis” has been accepted to CHI’2022. This paper offers the first computational analysis of child-welfare casenotes using NLP techniques and introduces them as a critical data source.