CJ Adams oversees the development of Perspective, an API that identifies abusive language to help communities facilitate and grow online discussions. Before joining Google, Adams worked with the Polaris Project, where he helped design and build the U.S. national hotline for human trafficking victims. He loves understanding the risks people are facing and involving them directly in the process of designing tools that can help. Adams received a bachelor’s degree from Brown University, an MBA from the University of Oxford, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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