Miranda Bogen is a Policy Analyst at Upturn, where she focuses on the social implications of machine learning and artificial intelligence, and the effect of technology platforms on civil and human rights. She has coauthored reports on data ethics, governing automated decisions, and the impact of automation on civil society, and also contributes to Upturn's body-worn camera research and economic opportunity projects.
Prior to joining Upturn, Miranda was a Google Policy Fellow at the Internet Education Foundation and the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, and a Fellow at the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. Her academic research has focused on policy behavior of global technology companies and the evolution of corporate social responsibility in the digital age. Miranda has extensive experience advising national and municipal government offices, nonprofits, companies, and universities on technology policy and digital strategy.
A San Francisco Bay Area expat, Miranda holds a Masters degree from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts, where she focused on international technology policy and completed coursework at Harvard Law School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with degrees in Political Science and Middle Eastern & North African Studies.