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Elena Goldstein is a student at Stanford Law School and a former Project Coordinator for the Berkman Klein Center’s Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Initiative.

Her research interests include privacy and consumer protection, global digital rights advocacy, the evolution of labor, and the intersection of law/literature/technology. Prior to joining the AI ethics and governance cohort, Elena was a Research Assistant contributing to the Youth and Media team’s online privacy project. Before BKC, she wrote an honors thesis on the new Library of Alexandria’s Digital Age memory politics/poetics, and carried out university-sponsored independent studies on technology in the dystopian novel and digital diplomacy. She also worked for Access Now, the Council on Foreign Relations, the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Alwan for the Arts, and a couple of Manhattan restaurants. Elena graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude from Columbia University where she majored in Comparative Literature and Middle Eastern Studies.


Jun 21, 2018

Data Commons Version 1.0

A Framework to Build Toward AI for Good

The increased use of AI for purposes ranging from health to food security to global infrastructure has resulted in a greater interest in how we should manage big data.