I am currently pursuing my PhD in electrical and computer engineering at McGill University. I am a member of the Responsible Autonomy and Intelligent Systems Ethics (RAISE Lab). My current research focuses on how we can measure/evaluate the adherence of AI systems to AI ethics principles. Prior to starting my PhD, I studied design methodology during my masters at UBC and developed a novel needs finding technique based on Activity Theory, a well-established social system analysis methodology. In addition, I completed a bachelors in mechanical engineering (mechatronics options) where I completed a number of robotics-related internships.
I am currently the co-director and a design researcher at the Open Roboethics Institute (ORI), previously Open Roboethics initiative (ORi) which was established in 2012. ORI is a Canadian thinktank investigating the ethical and social implications of AI and robotics. To review what ORI has been working on check out our website at www.openroboethics.org.