Chloe R. Autio specializes in issues related to artificial intelligence (AI) and privacy within the global public policy group at Intel Corporation. She is based in Washington, DC and helps shape Intel’s policies and advocacy globally. Working with Intel’s research teams, business leads, legal teams, and customers, Chloe focuses on creating best practices for the responsible and inclusive design and deployment of emerging tech.
Prior to joining Intel, Chloe worked on policy and communications for Packet Clearing House, an international organization responsible for providing operational support and security to critical internet infrastructure. She also managed a research lab at Berkeley’s Haas school of Business, exploring the intersection between psychology and technology.
Chloe holds an economics degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where she also studied a range of topics related to technology policy, ethical data use, and the social implications of computing.