Gretchen Greene

Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence
  • Research Affiliate

K. G. Greene is an AI and governance affiliate researcher at MIT Media Lab and Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Greene's work on AI and governance has included developing best practices for AI and ethics in government, universities, and industry, as well as advising local and regional governments internationally on government AI strategy, risk, and policy. A Yale trained lawyer, computer vision scientist, and former US national lab mathematician, Greene has written decision making algorithms for autonomous car navigation, terrorist tracking, and Hollywood animation. Greene has been interviewed by The Economist and Forbes China and has published in machine learning, policy, and science journals.

K. G. Greene is an AI and governance affiliate researcher at MIT Media Lab and Harvard Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. Greene's work on AI and governance has included developing best practices for AI and ethics in government, universities, and industry, as well as advising local and regional governments internationally on government AI strategy, risk, and policy. A Yale trained lawyer, computer vision scientist, and former US national lab mathematician, Greene has written decision making algorithms for autonomous car navigation, terrorist tracking, and Hollywood animation. Greene has been interviewed by The Economist and Forbes China and has published in machine learning, policy, and science journals.