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Kathy Pham

Kathy Pham is a computer scientist, product leader, and founder who has held roles in product management, software engineering, data science, people operations, and leadership in the private, non-profit, and public sector.

She also advises large tech companies, startups, conferences, and non-profits on social responsibility, hiring, building teams, and community inclusion.

At the Berkman Klein Center, Kathy co-leads the Ethical Tech Working Group and focuses on ethics and social responsibility with an emphasis on engineering culture, artificial intelligence, and computer science curricula.

Kathy can also be spotted looking for surf spots along the coast, and meandering down the streets with her children in the morning trying to make it to school in a reasonable amount of time.

Artificial Intelligence Colloquium: Media Forensics

Speaker: Dr. Matt Turek, Program Manager, DARPA / Information Innovation Office The manipulation of visual media is enabled by the widespread availability of ...

IACS SEMINAR: Reinforcement Learning for Healthcare 10/27/17

Presenter: Finale Doshi Velez, Assistant Professor at the Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Talk Description: Many healthcare ...

Stanford Seminar - Real World Application of Machine Learning for Social Change

Vijay Ramesh, Kristiane Skolmen, and Melanie Warrick Change.org This seminar series features dynamic professionals sharing their industry experience and ...

CRCS Seminar 02/27/17: Dan Weld

Challenges for Socially-Beneficial Artificial Intelligence Abstract: Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and other luminaries warn that an “intelligence explosion” may ...

How Cascades Grow | Lada Adamic | WiDS 2018

Lada Adamic, Research Scientist Manager at Facebook, presents How Cascades Grow at the WiDS 2018 Conference held at Stanford University on March 5, ...

What is AI and will it take away our jobs?

This talk aims to give a non-mathematical overview of recent developments in artificial intelligence, and discuss some contemporary achievements as well as ...

"A New Understanding of Prediction Markets Via No-Regret Learning" (CRCS Lunch Seminar)

CRCS Lunch Seminar (Wednesday, April 21, 2010) Speakers: Jenn Wortman Vaughan Title: Title: A New Understanding of Prediction Markets Via No-Regret ...

"Challenges for Machine Learning in Computational Sustainability" (CRCS Lunch Seminar)

CRCS Lunch Seminar (Monday, March 4, 2013) Speaker: Tom Dietterich, Oregon State University Title: Challenges for Machine Learning in Computational ...

Seminar: Using Machine Learning

Jones Seminar on Science, Technology, and Society "Using Machine Learning to Improve Security in Adversarial Environments" Friday, January 14, 2011 ...

IACS SEMINAR: Big Data Software: What's Next? 9/8/17

Presenter: Michael Franklin, Liew Family Chair of Computer Science & Senior Advisor to the Provost on Computation and Data Science, University of Chicago ...