Cassie Kozyrkov
Chief Decision Scientist at Google
Expertise: Machine learning, AI, statistics, AI ethics, data science.
Education: Duke University

Cassie Kozyrkov is the chief decision scientist for Google with more than 15 years of experience in data science and statistical analysis roles. She joined Google in 2014 and has previously worked as a data science consultant and as a statistics instructor for North Carolina State University. In Kozyrkov’s current role, she focuses on all aspects of AI decision-making, combining the fields of data science and behavioral sciences. She also serves as a member on the board of advisors for SmartGift.

Kozyrkov holds a PhD in psychology and neuroscience from Duke University and a master’s in mathematical statistics from North Carolina State University.    

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