I'm a master's student in computer science interested in the power dynamics and social impacts of natural language processing technologies, especially with respect to human rights and disability justice.

Honors & Awards

  • Google Lime Scholarship, Google (2022)

Education & Certifications

  • BA, Honors, University of California, Berkeley, Computer Science, Concentration: Human Rights (2023)
  • BA, Highest Honors, University of California, Berkeley, Interdisciplinary Studies, Concentration: Human Rights and Algorithmic Justice (2023)

Current Research and Scholarly Interests

natural language processing, algorithmic fairness, human rights, disability justice, AI ethics

Lab Affiliations

All Publications

  • Centering the Margins: Outlier-Based Identification of Harmed Populations in Toxicity Detection Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing Raman, V., Fleisig, E., Klein, D. Association for Computational Linguistics. 2023: 9316–9329
  • Bias, Consistency, and Partisanship in US Asylum Cases: A Machine Learning Analysis of Extraneous Factors in Immigration Court Decisions Raman, V., Vera, C., Manna, C. J., ACM ASSOC COMPUTING MACHINERY. 2022