I’m Dr. Jen King, the Privacy and Data Policy Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), where I research the intersection of information privacy, human-computer interaction (HCI), policy, and artificial intelligence.

I received my Ph.D in 2018 in information science at UC Berkeley’s School of Information, where I was advised by Professor Deirdre Mulligan and Professor Coye Cheshire. My dissertation focused on how people make decisions to disclose their personal information using social exchange theory as a means to understand the power imbalances between individuals and companies.