Camille Chabot is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley with bachelor’s degrees in Global Studies, Human Rights, and Chinese. She also holds a BA in Politics, Government & Law from Sciences Po Paris. As a student team leader at the Human Rights Center’s Investigations Lab, Camille has worked with Amnesty International and Human Rights First on various projects using open source investigations to document human rights investigations. She has also worked independently on several other projects at the confluence of technology and human rights such as comparative legal research on access to reproductive technologies for same sex-couples in France and the United States. In addition to her research work, Camille has been actively involved in promoting human rights within her local community. She served as a legal intern at the San Francisco Superior Court, where she worked to support disadvantaged communities and ensure their access to justice. Camille has received awards and recognition for her work, including the Yenching Academy full fellowship at Peking University, The Leadership Award from the Cal Alumni Association, and the Point Foundation Flagship Scholarship. Camille is now very excited to participate into a multidisciplinary investigation of the human rights impacts of ChatGPT and other Large Language Models (LLMs).