Vyoma Raman

(2024) Summer Graduate Student Fellow

Vyoma Raman (she/her) is a master’s student in computer science at Stanford University. She studies the societal impacts of natural language processing (NLP) and its application to the social sciences. Previously, Vyoma has examined the human rights implications of large language model usage, the impact of model alignment techniques on social group representation, and power dynamics in the field of NLP. Her research and writing have been featured by Women at the Table, the Washington Post, The Daily Californian, and the Disability Visibility Project. Vyoma completed bachelor’s degrees in computer science and interdisciplinary studies at UC Berkeley supported by the Google Lime Scholarship.