Kathleen A. Creel


I am the Embedded EthiCS fellow at Stanford University based in the Center for Ethics in Society (EiS) and the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).
My current research explores the moral, political, and epistemic implications of machine learning as it is used in non-state automated decision making and in science. I have other ongoing projects on early modern philosophy and general philosophy of science.

Before Stanford:
→ PhD in History & Philosophy of Science @ University of Pittsburgh
→ MA in Philosophy @ Simon Fraser University
→ Software Engineer @ MIT Lincoln Laboratory
→ BA in Computer Science & Philosophy @ Williams College