Research Fellow | Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society | Harvard University
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Sabelo Mhlambi is a researcher at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society and at the Carr Center for Human Rights whose work focuses on the intersection of human rights, ethics and technology. In particular, Mhlambi’s research examines the human rights implications of algorithmic technology and proposes a new ethical framework for governing the creation and use of AI for maximizing public good. Mhlambi’s work expands on the conversation on Ethics and AI by introducing non-western frameworks for examining the effects of automated decision making technology. Mhlambi’s work is supplemented by more than a decade of experience building large scale software, open-source software, and content recommendation systems.