Jillian Johnson

Computer Science PhD Student | Musician
University of Memphis

About Me

The will will always be corrupted by the memes in which it traffics, but nothing prevents us from instrumentalizing this fact, and calibrating it in view of the ends it desires.”Laboria Cuboniks, XF: A Politics for Alienation

Jillian Johnson is a Computer Science Graduate Student and Assistant at the University of Memphis. She is inspired by cybernetics, artificial & collective intelligence, human-computer interaction, virtual reality, and meta-ethics.

Jillian is currently serving as a student columnist for the Association of Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computers and Society (ACM SIGCAS). They are also a member of the IEEE Standards Group (C/LT/AIS) P2247.1 Ethics of Adaptive Instructional Systems.