Hello, and welcome to my website. I'm a graduate student in Media Arts and Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working in the MIT Media Lab's Scalable Cooperation Group, on research in computational social science. I study social ideals of human and artificial intelligence ethics using large-scale online experiments. I seek to apply my research skills towards solving problems of information veracity and strategic gaming of algorithms in online discourse.

I have prior work experience engineering computational social science experiments at a research institute, and previously in industry with the world's leading multinational HR services firm and the MENA region's leading business/investment media portal. My work history also includes a number of research, lab and teaching assistantships in graduate science education.

My educational background consists of an undergraduate information systems degree from an American tech university, followed by an IT-oriented graduate business degree from a top-tier Indian business school's twin-city program in Dubai and Singapore, capped with a graduate informatics degree with distinction from a research-based British graduate school in Dubai.

These experiences have allowed me to accumulate a diverse set of skills and insights across domains and industries, as well as a growing portfolio of publications.

Find out more about me using the links on the navigation pane to the left.

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