Molly de Blanc mollydb
Molly de Blanc studies bioethics at New York University. She applies framework traditionally seen in medicine and public health to understanding the ethics of technology and the role it plays in our lives as individuals and societies. She is a student fellow in the Privacy Research Group at the Information Law Institute at the NYU School of Law and a research assistant at AI Now. Prior to her time at NYU, she worked at the GNOME Foundation, the Free Software Foundation, Open edX, and MIT OpenCourseWare. She is a member of the Debian Project. She lives with a cat named Bash who swears he has never been fed before.
Molly de Blanc presents 3 Events:
A division of labor: Attempting to measure free software at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2017
Insecure Connections: Love and mental health in our digital lives at Seattle GNU/Linux Conference 2018
Predictive Modeling and Privacy at SeaGL 2021