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Jenna Sherman is a Project Coordinator at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society supporting the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Initiative.

Her work on the AI Initiative is primarily concerned with Diversity and Inclusion and efforts surrounding AI governance, including the Berkman Klein Center’s Global AI Dialogue Series. Prior to joining as a full-time staff member, Jenna served as a summer intern for the Global Access in Action project at Berkman where she aided the group’s efforts to improve global medicine accessibility.

Prior to arriving at BKC, Jenna’s work included conducting solar energy policy research, interning for a midwifery practice, and assisting a Nepali healthcare NGO. Jenna graduated from Tufts University in 2017 with a B.A. in Community Health and Peace & Justice Studies. While at Tufts, Jenna completed her capstone investigating the level of government provided healthcare support and information available to low-income women in rural areas outside Salvador, Brazil amidst the Zika crisis.

Outside of work, Jenna loves attending concerts, meeting new people, singing (mostly in the car), thinking about reproductive justice, and going down strange Wikipedia holes.


Projects & Tools

AI: Global Governance and Inclusion

In a world challenged by growing domestic and international inequalities, policymakers face hard problems and difficult choices when dealing with AI systems. More


News

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Global AI Dialogue Series: Hong Kong SAR, China

Takeaways from the Asia Pacific-US AI Workshop: Measuring Impact, Building Inclusive AI, and Bolstering Trust in the Digital Ecosystem

The Asia-Pacific region and the U.S. are pioneers and early adopters of numerous innovations in the ongoing AI and automated systems technological revolution. More