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Dr. Daniel Schiff is an Assistant Professor of Technology Policy at Purdue University’s Department of Political Science and the Co-Director of GRAIL, the Governance and Responsible AI Lab.
As a policy scientist with a background in philosophy, he studies the formal and informal governance of AI through policy and industry, as well as AI’s social and ethical implications in domains like education, manufacturing, finance, and criminal justice. Daniel was the founding Responsible AI Lead at JP Morgan Chase & Co., Secretary of the IEEE 7010-2020 standard, the first AI ethics industry standard, and Director of Research, Evaluation, and Planning at the Philadelphia Education Fund.
He studied Philosophy at Princeton University, focusing on robotics and intelligent systems, before completing a Master’s in Social Policy at the University of Pennsylvania and PhD in Public Policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology. You can see his work in venues such as Policy Studies Journal, American Political Science Review, Science and Public Policy, Public Administration, Technology in Society, Review of Policy Research, AI & Society, Public Administration Review, the International Journal of AI in Education, IEEE Transactions on Technology & Society, the Journal of Engineering Education, the AMA Journal of Medical Ethics, and Nanotechnology.