Karen Huang is a Ph.D. candidate in Organizational Behavior with a secondary field in Science, Technology and Society (STS) at Harvard University.
As a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center, she will examine democratic processes in defining algorithmic fairness, variation among technical experts and policymakers in conceptions of artificial intelligence, and the development of micro-targeting practices in predicting and influencing human behavior. In her Ph.D. research, Karen investigates moral reasoning processes and implications for procedural justice in moral decision-making. As a 2019-2020 Fellow in the STS Program at the Harvard Kennedy School, Karen also conducts research on expertise and techno-optimism within engineering and entrepreneurial communities. She holds a M.A. in Psychology from Harvard University, and a B.A. in Ethics, Politics & Economics, with a concentration in phenomenology, from Yale University.