Min Kyung Lee is a research scientist in human-computer interaction at the Center for Machine Learning and Health at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research examines the social and decision-making implications of intelligent systems and supports the development of more human-centered machine learning applications. Dr. Lee is a Siebel Scholar and has received several best paper awards, as well as an Allen Newell Award for Research Excellence. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as the New York Times, New Scientist, and CBS. She received a PhD in HCI in 2013 and an MDes in Interaction Design from Carnegie Mellon, and a BS summa cum laude in Industrial Design from KAIST.