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Yulu Pi

Research Assistant


Yulu Pi is a PhD candidate from Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies University of Warwick. She has a background in data science and economics. She also worked in several governmental and international organizations before the start of her PhD.

Her research centers on enhancing the transparency and fairness of AI by leveraging concepts and techniques from Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and cognitive science literature(access to her web demo of interactive explanations here: Her work extends beyond technical and design issues to consider how explainability can be incorporated into governance. She has produced several analytical reports covering various topics for an AI Think Tank, including a comparative analysis of the regulatory approaches between the US and EU, transparency and the implications of the AI Liability Directive for AI producers.

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