Amir Ali Ahmadi, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Teenagers enjoy the products of artificial intelligence (AI) every day, whether taking a twisted selfie with a photo filter or listening to music with an automated streaming service. But not many high school students have used AI themselves to analyze human genetic variation or track deforestation in the Amazon.
Kitty Moraes, age 21, Class of 2019
Trung “Average” Phan, 25, doctoral student:
Olga Russakovsky, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Russakovsky is affiliated with Princeton University’s Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) and Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy.
For social scientists addressing these questions, troves of data from social networks, news media and online transactions bring unprecedented opportunities, along with new ethical and technical challenges.