I think and write about technology and society. Sometimes I build things too. Things I’m currently pondering:
- How can institutions navigate between stifling bureaucracy and collectivist anarchy?
- How can one create scaffolding between spiritual practice, gestalt therapies, and adjacent modalities?
- What do emerging technologies herald for humanity and the planet?
I graduated in 2022 from MIT with a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in computer science. I’ve also dabbled in economics and philosophy. You can find my complete thesis here, and the thesis-based paper I submitted to AIES here.
In the past, I’ve been a data research analyst at the wonderful Center for Security and Emerging Technology, a policy intern at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and a researcher at the MIT Computational Cognitive Science group.
Miscellaneous things I love: all of Tom Jobim’s Wave album, William Butler Yeats, Words Without Music, improvisation.