I am a Ph.D. student in the School of Political Science, Government, and International Affairs at Tel-Aviv University. My research engages with the evolving politics of using artificial intelligence (AI) in public policy decision-making. My broader interests revolve around political behavior, survey and field experiments, and survey design. I received BAs in Political Science and in the Multidisciplinary Program in the Humanities from Tel Aviv University, both summa cum laude.
In my dissertation, I develop and test a theoretical account of public attitudes toward using algorithmic decision-making systems (ADSs) in various policy contexts by tracking the process of opinion and preference-formation via a series of experiments. My specific goal is to explore the conditions under which AI algorithms would be considered fair, trustworthy, and efficient, and where they would not.