You Jeen Ha is a Project Coordinator for Research at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. She contributes to the development and execution of a collection of projects related to tech policy research and implementation, AI governance, and digital identity using multistakeholder, human rights, and social justice perspectives, working in close collaboration with the Center’s team of staff, fellows, and faculty.
Previously, she was a consultant in Responsible Tech at a start-up in Hong Kong, where she focused on ethical business practices. In 2021, she was a Fulbright research scholar at South Korea’s KAIST, investigating the Moon administration’s multistakeholder deliberative approach to developing national AI ethics and policy. This research was published at the 2022 ACM Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAccT) Conference in Seoul. Prior to her Fulbright, You Jeen was a research assistant at the Berkman Klein Center for Professors Jonathan Zittrain, Charles Nesson, and Jordi Weinstock. She graduated from Smith College with a double major in Computer Science and Philosophy.
In her spare time, she works on improving her skills at digital painting and keeping up with her dog, who is a playful, yet intense runner.