United States


United States


Computer Science

University of Pennsylvania

Danaë Metaxa is Raj and Neera Singh Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science  at the University of Pennsylvania, with a secondary appointment in the Annenberg School for Communication. Their research interests focus on bias and representation in sociotechnical systems, and the effects of such systems on users in high-stakes social contexts like employment and politics. Dr. Metaxa received a PhD in Computer Science from Stanford University, and while at Stanford was a fellow with the McCoy Center for Ethics in Society and a postdoctoral scholar with the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society in the Political Science Department. Dr. Metaxa's work has been published and awarded in top-tier publication venues including the Association for Computing Machinery's (ACM) Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), and the ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). They have also worked in an advisory role with legal, industry, and policy  groups including  the NYC Commission on Human Rights, Halt AI, and PolicyLink. Dr. Metaxa serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Online Trust and Safety.

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