At Text IQ, I collaborate with engineers to develop AI software capable of accurately identifying high-stakes lawsuit data, training the program in the intricacies of human speech, writing, and emotion. I also write and produce short, punchy explainer videos that serve to bridge the gap between data scientists and nontechnical professionals, demystifying the jargon surrounding complex AI algorithms. My essay on the impact of machine learning on the future of music will cover the Spring 2018 issue of the Lincoln Center Theatre Review.
As a former journalist, I've appeared on many television news programs around the country including NBC New York, NBC Boston, ABC 7 D.C., Fox Baltimore, and Good Day Philadelphia, hosted several digital video series for the Today Show at NBC News, and written over 650 articles for nationally-recognized publications. I'm the co-founder of the Wildflower Collective, a large-scale networking forum and supper club for women in New York City, and a proud member of Women in AI.
I hold a bachelor's degree in Creative Writing from Columbia University, I'm a self-taught programmer, and I happily reside in New York City.