Aileen Nielsen is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard Law School, where she teaches privacy law and torts. Her research focuses on the interplay of law and technology, drawing on empirical methods and private law topics. She holds degrees in anthropology, physics, and law. She has written two trade books on machine learning and has also worked in industry as a data scientist. She is a member of the New York bar.
- Aileen Nielsen, The Rights and Wrongs of Folk Beliefs about Speech: Implications for Content Moderation, 27 UCLA J. L. & Tech. 118 (2022).
- Aileen Nielsen, Tech Has an Attention Problem (UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity White Paper Series, 2021).
- Kevin Tobia, Aileen Nielsen & Alexander Stremitzer, When Does Physician Use of AI Increase Liability?, 64 J. Nuclear Med. 17 (2020).