Jacqueline Harding is a PhD Student in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University. Her work engages with the empirical deep learning interpretability literature using ideas from the philosophy of cognitive science; more generally, she is interested in taking a sociotechnical approach to AI ethics and safety, grounding talk of future risks in concrete present harms.
Operationalising Representation in Natural Language Processing (British Journal for the Philosophy of Science)
AI Language Models Cannot Replace Human Research Participants (co-authored with William D'Alessandro, Robert Long, and Nicholas Laskowski. Published in AI & Society).
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