Dr. Sorelle Friedler develops and leads AI and automated system policy as it relates to society, equity, and ensuring democratic values are protected in the use of these data-driven technologies. This includes the Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights initiative – an effort to generate policy that provides practical frameworks for the democratic governance of algorithmic and data-centric technology – as well as associated federal government efforts and international discussions on these topics. Dr. Friedler is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Haverford College. Her research background focuses on the fairness and interpretability of machine learning algorithms, with applications from criminal justice to materials discovery. She was previously a software engineer at Google and holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.