LukeKosloskyLuke Koslosky is a Research Assistant in the S&T Policy Division. Since then, his work has focused on policy recommendations for the implementation of biometric scanners and big data analytics in a fully interoperable Healthcare IT system. He has also participated in CReST discussions on the potential impacts of Artificial Intelligence on society. Before joining the Institute, Luke interned for Senator Jim Nielson in the California State Legislature. He also worked for Rep. Doug LaMalfa in the House of Representatives analyzing policy and managing constituent correspondence. Luke received a B S in Political Science from Santa Clara University, where he was awarded the Bernard L. Kronick Award for Excellence in Writing for his analysis of the implementation of the Dayton Accords in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina.  


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