I work as a research fellow at the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, where I direct the Daylight Lab. I study structural threats to the global internet:
Stability. What attacks threaten to disrupt internet service globally?
Power. Where are the internet’s key points of global control?
Equity. Who controls them? Who decides who controls them?
This newsletter is my work as I do it: more than half-baked, less than peer-reviewed.
MLFailures - Helping students identify (and ameliorate) bias in machine learning models.
Adversary Personas - Helping people (with or without security expertise) identify the security threats that matter to them.
Social aspects of biosensing - questions like, what do people believe wearable sensors can reveal about their thoughts and feelings?
All of my papers should be available on Google Scholar without a paywall. If you can’t download a paper, please let me know.
ewweh ṭuuxi huyyuwiš (brighter days lie ahead)