Dongoh Park Adjunct Professor
  • Ph.D. in Social Informatics, Indiana University, Bloomington (2016)
  • Senior Policy Advisor, Trust and Safety, Google LLC (2016-)
  • Visiting Policy Follow, Oxford Internet Institute (2023- )

Dongoh Park is a Senior Policy Advisor at Google's Trust and Safety team. He led the development of product policies for the Chrome Browser and collaborated with colleagues to guide the responsible implementation of AI across Google products and services. His work focuses on ensuring user safety and trust, utilizing his expertise in internet policy, trustworthy and responsible AI, and sociotechnical perspectives on computing.

In addition to his core work, Dr. Park is a Visiting Policy Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, where he collaborates with researchers for the governance of emerging technologies. Previously, he was a policy researcher at the Science and Technology Policy Institute and the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information. He also served as an information and communications officer in the Republic of Korea Navy.

Dr. Park earned his Ph.D. in Informatics (2016) from Indiana University Bloomington, majoring in Social Informatics. His doctoral research, supervised by Professor Eden Medina (currently at MIT STS), focused on the sociotechnical development of public-key infrastructure in Korea. He also holds a Master's degree (2008) in the History of Science and Technology from Seoul National University, and a Bachelor's degree (2002) in Computer Science and Engineering from Chung-Ang University. Dr. Park has published academic works in the fields of computing history and science and technology studies. Additionally, he regularly writes a technology column for a national newspaper.