Name: Daniel Wu
Title: Tech Lawyer
Other Titles: International Keynote Speaker, Writer, Columnist, Mentor, Strategist, Lawyer
Vision: He is passionate about how affordable housing and transit can be advanced by technology and law.
Dan Wu is a Privacy Counsel & Legal Engineer at Immuta, a leading automated data governance platform for analytics. He’s advocated for data ethics and inclusive urban innovation in TechCrunch, Harvard Business Review, and Bloomberg. He’s helped Fortune 500 companies, governments, and startups on ethical & agile data strategies. He holds a Harvard J.D. & Ph.D. Get more resources at his Future Housing newsletter (http://tiny.cc/PastIssues) or Linkedin (http://tiny.cc/danwu)
Daniel Wu researches data/AI ethics in smart cities. His work on legal tech, data ethics, inclusive urban innovation, and other topics has been featured in TechCrunch, Harvard Business Review, and Columbia Public Policy Review.
* Product – Has had had the privilege of being Toyota’s Startup & Go Winner and an MIT100K & Harvard President’s Challenge finalist for a startup helping people build living communities from the bottom up.
* Content – FastCompany, TechCrunch, Harvard Business Review, Oxford University Press, Bloomberg, Forbes, and The Hill published his work related to inclusive cities and data strategy.
* Research – For his research on the organizational dynamics of urban innovation, He was selected as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow and Fulbright Scholar.
* Public Speaking – He has presented at Harvard Business School, Asian Development Bank, the Global UNESCO Forum, AI World, All Tech Is Human, and Compliance Week in front of audiences ranging up to 700 people.
* Leadership – He has been selected as a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a USA Today All-USA Academic 1st Team Member, Committee of 100 Next Generation Fellow, and a Rhodes and Marshall Scholar Finalist.
* Advocacy – While an elected L.A. Neighborhood Council board member, He co-founded and led a nonprofit that advocated for equitable urban development around his university.