Hi, I'm Harini. Currently, I am a PhD student in computer science at MIT, where I am part of the Clinical and Applied Machine Learning Group, the Visualization Group, and the Data + Feminism Lab. My research is at the intersection of machine learning (ML) and human-computer interaction (HCI), and I'm particurly interested in how to communicate the context and limitations of ML systems to the people who use them and are affected by them. Before this, I did my undergrad and M.Eng. at MIT as well, working on ML for healthcare. I've spent a couple summers interning, here in Cambridge at Google Brain, and enjoying the West Coast with Jawbone and Zephyr Health. I also love traveling, hiking, farmer's markets, cooking, taking photographs, and reading.