Kirsten Lloyd is head of content at ModzyTM, an enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) software platform, model repository, and marketplace of ready-to-deploy AI models that allows customers to deploy AI at scale.
She has authored and contributed to numerous reports on the intersection of ethics and AI, including Assessing the Ethical Risks of Artificial Intelligence, A National Machine Intelligence Strategy for the United States, and Bias Amplification in AI Systems. Her research on ethics and AI has been accepted to conferences such as the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Fall 2018 Symposium, Carnegie Mellon University's Artificial Intelligence for Data Discovery and Reuse (AIDR) 2019, and ISACA's 2018 Governance, Risk, and Controls conference.
Prior to her current role, Kirsten worked in corporate strategy, identifying new business opportunities for Booz Allen by examining the intersection of emerging economic, technological, and environmental trends. Her recommendations helped advance the firm’s existing client capabilities and informed the development of new capabilities.
Kirsten earned her B.A. in global studies, with a concentration in Latin American studies, and history from the College of William & Mary.