Şerife (Sherry) Wong is an artist and founder of Icarus Salon, an art and research organization exploring the societal implications of emerging technology. Her work advocates for justice in AI and pushes for more active roles for artists in policymaking. She has been a resident on artificial intelligence at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center, a jury member at Ars Electronica for the European Commission, and frequently collaborates with the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford. She serves on the board of directors for Digital Peace Now. Previously, she was an Artist in Residence and creator of the Impact Program at Autodesk Pier 9, and has also worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Artnet Magazine. She has exhibited at Art Basel Miami, Shanghai Art Fair, FIAC Paris, ARCO Madrid, and Art Cologne. At the Berggruen Institute, she will be collaborating with the artist Caroline Sinders to investigate the data broker ecosystem.