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"Young professionals are turning to AI to create headshots. But there are catches"| NPR, August 2023

Virtual Conference: Content Marketing
Build Content. Build Your Audience. Join us for this 2-day AMA Virtual Conference where you’ll learn the key elements for impactful content marketing.
Keynote: AI Literacy for Content Marketers | August 2023 
How generative AI will affect the creator economy
ChatGPT did not write this article, but maybe it wrote that Instagram caption.
Mashable, May 2023
It’s Always Sunny Inside a Generative AI Conference
AI-powered chatbots will only make us more efficient, according to the companies selling said AI-powered chatbots.
WIRED, Feb 2023
Increasing AI Literacy - Session 4 at the GenAI Conference
Jordan Harrod briefs the audience on how to increase AI literacy.
Increasing AI Literacy @ GenAI Conference, February 2023
Wrong Answers Only - AI Edition

Enhancing Medical Technology With Artificial Intelligence | YR Media, June 2022

‎This Week in Marvel: Behind the Scenes of What If…? And Could Ultron Exist in Real Life? on Apple Podcasts
‎Show This Week in Marvel, Ep Behind the Scenes of What If…? And Could Ultron Exist in Real Life? - Oct 1, 2021
Guest on the Ask a Scientist Segment of Marvel Studios' Official Podcast, October 2021
Creator-Owned Streaming Service Nebula Just Scored Its First Investment At A $50+ Million Valuation - Tubefilter
Creator-owned streaming service Nebula, which bills itself as a “thoughtful expansion pack for YouTube,” has received its first investment. Longtime Longtime content partner Curiosity Stream has seeded an undisclosed amount of money in the platform.
Tubefilter, September 2021 
Jordan Harrod: Brain researcher and AI-focused YouTuber
MIT PhD student Jordan Harrod is a scientist, writer, policy advocate, and YouTuber. She uses machine learning as a tool for studying pain and consciousness — and as subject matter for her popular videos.
MIT News, August 2021
Jordan Harrod on being an AI researcher and educator
An interview with AI researcher Jordan Harrod, who is also a YouTuber who creates educational videos about AI
Skynet Today, June 2021
Volunteer Jordan Harrod ’18: finding your place in the world | Alumni, parents, and friends | Cornell University
Lindsay Forness ’84 sat down with volunteer Jordan Harrod ’18, to learn more about Jordan’s Cornell experience, her career, and how she stays connected to the university. Jordan’s alumni activities and positions: Class of 2018 Co-President (2019-present) Vice President (2018-2019) Lindsay Forness ’8…
Cornell News, March 2021
Why popular YouTubers are building their own sites
Some big YouTube names are building their own video sites on the side - just in case.
BBC Technology, March 2021
Creator Community Standard Launches In-House Studio Offering Production Resources To All Digital Creators - Tubefilter
The last three months have been busy ones for creator community Standard. In November, it acquired seven-year-old production company Mighteor, and earlier this month, its streaming service Nebula--billed as a “thoughtful expansion pack for YouTube”--hit 200,000 paying subscribers. The last three mon…
Tubefilter, February 2021
YouTuber challenges scientist to create an AI version of him for $100
YouTuber Tom Scott challenged scientist Jordan Harrod to create an AI version of him for $100.
Mashable, January 2021
9 Black Women in Data Science You Should Know
In honor of #BlackinDataWeek, the Sadie Collective has a list of nine Black women data scientists to know.
Built In, November 2020 
Is The Creator-Owned “Smart YouTuber Mafia” A New Standard For Digital Content? - Tubefilter
Multichannel networks. Not so long ago, they were one of the only ways for YouTube creators to link up with each other, secure better ad rates for their
Tubefilter, October 2020
Should Robots Pay Taxes?
Federal taxes are due this week in the US. But what about our synthetic coworkers? Should they cough up, too? Jordan Harrod, a Harvard-MIT PhD student, has something to say on the subject.
PCMag, July 2020

AI + Machine Learning Panel | IvyHacks Panelist, October 2020

So You Want To Be An EduTuber? | Speaker at ComSciCon-San Diego, September 2020

Applications of Machine Learning for Transcutaneous Treatment to Heal the Depressed Brain | Machine Learning-Generated Indices for Brain Health Mini-Symposium, July 2020

Inaugural Inquisitive Fellowship Recipient | Awarded by Vsauce, June 2020

Neuroscience, Science Communication, and #ShutdownSTEM | Feature in Technology Networks, June 2020

The Cybersecurity 202: Attempted hacks of Trump and Biden campaigns reveal a race to disrupt the 2020 general election | Quoted in the Washington Post, June 2020

WITI Hosts Its First Virtual Women in Technology Summit | Press Release for my miniWITI Keynote, June 2020

Coronavirus Campus Shutdowns Hit Some Groups Especially Hard | Quoted in WIRED, March 2020

TEDxBeaconStreet Comes To Brighton | Press Release for my TEDx Talk, November 2019

Top-Down Fabrication of Spatially Controlled Mineral-Gradient Scaffolds for Interfacial Tissue Engineering | Paper Published in ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, May 2019

Health Data Privacy: Updating HIPAA to match today’s technology challenges | Article Written for Science in the News Boston, May 2019

Female Science Heroes: Rosalyn Sussman Yalow | Written for Massive Science, May 2019

Brain-Brain Interfaces | Written for Massive Science, syndicated at other media outlets, March 2019

Student entrepreneurs think inside the box | MIT News, October 2018

RealScientists Twitter Takeover | September 2018

Featured in Cornell BME Fall 2018 Newsletter | September 2018

Giving students a seat at the table (Republished by Science Rising) | August 2018

Giving students a seat at the table: why we should teach science policy advocacy early on (SisterSTEM) | August 2018

Featured in a Student Spotlight on Inaugural Cornell Undergraduate BME Class | May 2018

Cornell BME Undergraduate Spotlight on YouTube | January 2018