Sage Isabella Cammers-Goodwin
I am a PhD candidate at the University of Twente, working on BRIDE (Bridging Data in the Built Environment).
Based between the philosophy and computer science departments, I research smart cities in the lenses of data ethics and "cityness" using machine learning and IoT data.
At Stanford, I studied Human Computer Interaction as an undergraduate and then went on to pursue a master's degree in Symbolic Systems, writing my thesis on corporate social responsibility in Silicon Valley.
I am intrigued by the spaces where technology and people intersect. How might we build tools that help people? In what ways might "innovation" infringe on human rights? What might dependence on technological enhancement expose about the human condition?