Armanda Lewis

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Armanda is a doctoral candidate at NYU working at the intersection of the learning sciences, AI, and ethical HCI. Her dissertation, overseen by Professors Xavier Ochoa, Todd Gureckis, and He He, explores open questions on using multimodal large language models to model inclusion and facilitate how people can learn to be more inclusive. Her work as a senior research scientist at the Center for R/AI advances research on how people teach and learn about responsible AI topics. She holds an M.S. from the NYU Center for Data Science, a masters in interactive technology from NYU Tisch, and a doctorate in literature and ethics from Columbia University. In her free moments, she likes to spend time with her family, create interactive textile art, and read.

Selected publications

  1. Teaching Responsible Data Science
    Armanda Lewis, and Julia Stoyanovich
    International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (IJAIED) 2022