Gretchen shares the success and failures of machine vision systems, challenging how fragile are the machine vision systems you rely on, and what are the ways they will fail, and what can you do about it.
An AI policy researcher, lawyer and computer vision scientist, Gretchen Greene advises government leaders on AI strategy, use and policy and works with Cambridge startups on everything from autonomous vehicles to QR codes in wearables. Greene has been a U.S. Departments of Defense, Energy and Homeland Security mathematician, has published in machine learning, science and policy journals and has been interviewed by the Economist, Forbes China and the BBC. An affiliate researcher at MIT’s Media Lab, Greene has a CPhil and MS in math from UCLA and a JD from Yale.