Emily Guo

Research Assistant

Emily Guo is studying political science and human-centered artificial intelligence at Stanford. Pursuing her many interests, she has organized as a voting rights activist in her home state of Georgia during the 2020 general election and runoffs, as well as co-authored a paper on research recycling polymers into biodiesel at Georgia Tech’s Institute for Materials. Emily is passionate about the intersection of artificial intelligence, policy, and equity, so she feels right at home at RegLab, where she assists with research identifying concentrated animal feeding operations, bridging her interests in the environment, policy, and machine learning.