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Hello, I am Maximilian Klein, Computer Science PhD student, Feminist, Yogi, Fuzzy Logician, and Vegan.

I study at the University of Minnesota, in Human-Computer Interaction, where I focus on Social Computing with an emphasis on gender and bias. Connecting social science theories (normativity in design) with quantitative methods (machine
learning, statistical analysis), my goal is to promote diverse thinking online. I have been honored grants from the Wikimedia Foundation and Creative Commons, to further my research. My background is in Logic and Mathematics, with a Bachelor’s degree from UC Berekeley.

The name notconfusing name encapsulates my philosophy – that nothing is beyond our comprehension should we do our best to understand and explain to others.
The world might be complex but it’s not confusing.

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