I study how AI shapes - and is shaped by - the ways in which we organize work. I'm particularly interested in what it means to meaningfully 'augment' work with AI, and how we think about and work towards building desirable futures of work.
I'm working towards a PhD at Stanford University's Department of Management Science & Engineering, supported by a Stanford Graduate Fellowship. Before this, I worked in Singapore at the NUS Business School and the Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities, where I studied various topics related to the future of work, AI fairness and trustworthiness, and algorithmic management. I hold an M.A. in Philosophy, and a B.Eng. (Hons.) in Mechanical Engineering, both from the National University of Singapore.
I work at the intersections of organization studies, science & technology studies, and moral philosophy. My research has been published in interdisciplinary AI ethics venues including ACM FAccT, Philosophy & Technology, Minds & Machines, and the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.