Kathleen A. Creel


I am an assistant professor at Northeastern University, cross appointed between the Department of Philosophy and Religion and Khoury College of Computer Sciences.
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 Northeastern:
Embedded EthiCS Postdoctoral Fellow @ Stanford University
→ 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