"...At times, it felt as though [Lowin] had already absorbed life lessons that most of us don’t begin to consider until much later. In other words, she’s a natural."
— Stephen Holden, The New York Times
Rebekah Lowin is a writer and speaker based in New York City. At Text IQ, she executively manages the company's marketing and content strategy and collaborates with engineers to develop AI software capable of anonymously supporting some of the most high-profile lawsuits in recent news. Her essay on machine learning's impact on the future of music will cover the Spring 2018 issue of the Lincoln Center Theatre Review.
Rebekah has written over 500 articles for nationally-recognized publications, hosted several digital video series for NBC News' Today Show, and appeared as a guest on television news programs across the country, including NBC New York, NBC Boston,ABC 7 D.C., Fox Baltimore, and Good Day Philadelphia. She is the co-founder and creative director of Wildflower Collective, a large-scale women's networking forum and supper club featured by Quartz and Martha Stewart Living, and a proud member of Women in AI.
Rebekah holds a B.A. in Creative Writing from Columbia University and happily resides in New York City.