Jaime Teevan, Ph.D.
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Jaime Teevan is Chief Scientist and Technical Fellow at Microsoft, where she is responsible for driving research-backed innovation in the company's core products. Jaime is world-renowned for her research into productivity and personalized search, and was recognized by TIME as one of the top 100 people to play an instrumental role in AI development and societal advancement. She led the creation of M365 Copilot by integrating AI into Microsoft products, invented the first personalized search algorithm used by Bing, and coordinated the company's hybrid work research during the pandemic. Previously she was Technical Advisor to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Jaime is an ACM Fellow and a member of the SIGIR and CHI Academies. She holds a Ph.D. in AI from MIT and a B.S. from Yale, and is an Affiliate Professor at the University of Washington.

Keywords: AI, future of work, HCI, IR, data mining, microproductivity
Photographs: Headshot (alternate), presenting, AI, award, children

Affiliation: Microsoft > Office of Applied Research
Affiliation: University of Washington > Computer Science; Information School
Affiliation: Microsoft Research > MSR Redmond > Productivity

Graduate school: MIT > CSAIL > Haystack
Undergraduate: Yale University > Timothy Dwight
Other education: UHS > SYA > MCDS

Family: Alex > Griffin; Cale; Dillon; Brier