Lorraine Kisselburgh is Chair of the Technology Policy Council for ACM, Fellow in the Public Policy Research Institute and former professor of technology and society at Purdue University. Funded by NSF, she researches ethical and social implications of emerging technologies, collaboration, and gender in STEM. She was EPIC's 2018 Resident Scholar coordinating development of the University Guidelines for AI and served on ACM's Code of Ethics Task Force. At Purdue she was Faculty Scholar in Center for Leadership, Service Learning Faculty Fellow, Diversity Faculty Fellow, and recipient of the Violet Haas Award for efforts on behalf of women.
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