Matt Zhou is a senior data engineer at VillageMD where he focuses on data platform stewardship, fostering better engineering culture, and standardizing machine learning processes. He graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in anthropology and with several years of experience in statistical impact assessment in healthcare spaces. Afterward, he completed a Master’s in Public Health from Columbia University specializing in healthcare informatics.
Matt previously worked at the New York Times as a data engineer on their platform team. He likes to spend his time writing about algorithmic accountability, fostering bunnies, and getting involved in local organizing communities in Chicago.
October 7th, 2020 | 1 hr 2 mins
Matthew Zhou talks about the intersection of technology and social science, algorithmic auditing and accountability, data surveillance, speaking out against racial inequality in the workplace, getting involved in politics on a personal level, and healthcare informatics and thinking about health disparities.