In addition to my studies at Stanford, I've had the good fortune to work on a few projects!

Currently, I'm working as a research assistant for the AI Index, which is a project affiliated with the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).

I'm also working as a pre-production researcher for Philosophy Talk, where I develop new ideas for shows and write up research packets for the hosts.

Last summer, I did research with the Stanford Centre on Poverty and Inequality, studying AI companions as a solution to address the worsening adolescent mental health crisis.

This Winter 2023 Quarter, I'm excited to be a Course Assistant for PHIL 20N: Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence @ Stanford, taught by John Etchemendy.

Some other highlights:

  1. I wrote a piece in The Daily called "The Dangers of Techno-Optimism". Take a read!
  2. Every year, I run a philosophy journal for high school students called Dialexicon. This is the journal's third year and we're currently accepting submissions. Tell your friends!
  3. Been reading Godel, Escher, Bach and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Great reads!
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