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Ari Schlesinger

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Assistant Professor, School of Computing

Dr. Ari Schlesinger investigates the social and technical aspects of computing so that we can reduce discrimination and advance humanity in the tech community. Across the AI domain, there is an increasing need for socially engaged, anti-discriminatory computation. Dr. Schlesinger's research focuses on socially engaged computation to effect equitable social change and technological advancement in artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, and computing broadly. Using novel combinations of interdisciplinary methodologies, Dr. Schlesinger's research centers on the goal of making harm-reduction strategies accessible to the general public, the research community, and the tech industry.

  • PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology
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