Kevin Klyman is a visiting fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab, where he works on artificial intelligence (AI), data protection, and US-China competition. He is also a researcher at Stanford’s Center for Research on Foundation Models, where he studies the societal impact of large language models, and Harvard’s Belfer Center, where he leads the tech portfolio for the Avoiding Great Power War Project. He previously worked on digital development, privacy, and AI risk assessment at the United Nations Foundation’s Digital Impact Alliance, Human Rights Watch, and United Nations Global Pulse.

Klyman is a JD-MA candidate at Harvard Law School and Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute, and he holds degrees in applied mathematics (specializing in computer science) and political science (international relations) from University of California, Berkeley. At Stanford, he is copresident of the John Gardner Fellowship Association as well as the International Policy Students Association.