Khahlil Louisy (he/him) is a Senior Data-Smart Fellow at the Data-Smart City Solutions program at the Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard University and a former Technology & Human Rights Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Khahlil is an applied economist focused on issues of public and global health, economic development, and technology and innovation. His work centers on the development and application of technologies for public purpose, while researching their implications for issues of inequality, health outcomes, and human rights. He is the former head of global implementation at PathCheck Foundation – an organization founded at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop novel technologies in response to health emergencies. He currently serves as president of the Institute for Technology & Global Health and co-head of Artificial Intelligence and Technology in Public Health within the joint World Health Organization and International Telecommunications Union initiative on Artificial Intelligence for Health. His work has spanned several countries globally and he remains committed to issues of equality, equity, and global poverty.