Brian Cho is a junior in Yale College, studying Statistics and Data Science. He is interested in algorithmic bias and its effects on marginalized populations, as well as the use of algorithms and its potential dangers in policy making. Particularly, he is interested in the idea of unbalanced data collection, and the resulting effects on algorithmic decisions. His interests in algorithmic design and big data developed after working as a research intern at Yale's Department of Economics and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. Outside of ISP, Brian spends his time involved with peer tutoring for Yale's math department, working on independent research, and volunteering for the Yale Undergraduate Science Olympiad tournament.