MIT Lincoln Labratory
Matthew Daggett is a member of the technical staff in the Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Systems Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory. His research is centered on the design, evaluation, and employment of open-source analytic technologies and decision support systems to help complex sociotechnical organizations address global humanitarian and security challenges. He has mastery in a diverse range of technical disciplines from natural language processing to human-system integration, and writes and speaks on the role of technology and the ethical, privacy, and societal implications of its use, including testimony before the United States Congress. He joined the research staff at MIT in 2005 and holds a degree in electrical engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.