Vyoma Raman (she/her) is a research affiliate conducting a sociotechnical investigation into the human rights impacts of large language models (LLMs). She is an incoming master’s student in computer science at Stanford University and a recent graduate of UC Berkeley with bachelor’s degrees in Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Studies. While at UC Berkeley, Vyoma was a student researcher and team lead at HRC's Investigations Lab, where she led a range of projects at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and human rights. She has previously worked on responsible AI product development at Microsoft and in an engineering capacity at The Wall Street Journal, Goodly Labs, and 81cents. Vyoma has also conducted research in several areas with Berkeley AI Research Lab and the School of Information, including homeless services allocation, fairness in toxicity detection, and partisanship in search engine results. Vyoma's work has been honored with the Google Lime Scholarship, the Lipson Essay Prize, and multiple computer science research awards including Best Paper at the Association for Computing Machinery's conference on Equity and Access in Algorithms, Mechanisms, and Optimization. In her spare time, Vyoma enjoys writing satire, planning murder mystery dinner parties, and searching for the perfect hot chocolate.