About

I’m a 2nd year PhD student at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, advised by Prof. Cynthia Dwork. I focus on the technical aspects of AI policy, including the incentives induced by machine decision-making, the philosophical underpinnings of fairness definitions, and the ways that local governments should use decision-making ML.

Before that, I completed a BS and MEng at MIT with my thesis advised by Prof. Leslie Kaelbling.

Before that, I moved back and forth every 3 or so years between Israel and the US.

Before that, I’m not sure. My parents say they’ll tell me when I’m older.