Assistant Professor

Kent State University

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I explore the design requirements for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies from the perspectives of end-users. While AI technologies can enhance many aspects of our daily lives, they also have the potential to harm end-users by perpetuating existing societal biases, introducing privacy concerns, and raising other ethical issues. My goal is to derive design implications for AI technologies that maximize benefits and minimize harm for those most affected by AI technologies.  

I earned a PhD in Human-Centered Computing and an MS in Human-Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech. During my PhD, I undertook a research internship at Meta and Mayo Clinic.  

Research areas: Human-AI Interaction, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), Digital Mental Health


Sep 2023 - Our paper "Missed Opportunities for Human-Centered AI Research: Understanding Stakeholder Collaboration in Mental Health AI Research" is accepted at PACM-HCI (CSCW). This work will be presented at CSCW 2024.