Evani Radiya-Dixit

Evani Radiya-Dixit is a Visiting Researcher at the Minderoo Centre for Technology & Democracy at the University of Cambridge and a 2021 Rotary Scholar.

Advised by Professor Gina Neff, Evani conducts research on policymaking for facial recognition technology. Evani completed her bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.

Previously, she worked on machine learning projects at Nvidia and Google. Her research work has been published at the International Conference on Machine Learning, the Stanford Public Interest Technology Lab, and the think tank New America.

With her interest in public service, Evani recently worked at the U.S. federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and served as a data privacy strategist for a California City Council.

She also served as a Teaching Assistant for Computer Science courses and taught in Bogotá through Stanford CS Bridge. Evani is passionate about diversity and gender justice and enjoys creative writing and Raas Indian dance.

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