About Chanel Lloren

Chanel Lloren is the Associate Producer of CHM Live, the Museum's series of live programs. Chanel kicked off her producing career in New York City as a Production Associate for VH1. She has worked on shows including several Greatest Lists countdowns, Top 20 Oscar Moments, Cutest Celebrity Babies, and hopped over to MTV as an Associate Producer for a season of “When I Was 17”. After moving to San Francisco in 2011, she freelanced for Indigo Films and Oracle at their HQ studios. Chanel holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas in Broadcast Journalism and Media Studies. Chanel joined the Museum in March of 2017.

Articles by Chanel Lloren(3)

Dissecting Medicine in the Digital Age with UCSF’s Dr. Atul Butte

Dissecting Medicine in the Digital Age with UCSF’s Dr. Atul Butte

 Jun 13, 2018 CHM Live
Today, sequencing our genetic code or doing a DNA test is affordable, fast, and can even connect people with long lost relatives. Additionally, these genetic databases are producing real-world applications—including creating targeted drug therapies to treat certain cancers, narrowing down suspects in criminal investigations, and identifying disease-causing genetic mutations. Read More
Google’s Dr. Fernando Pereira on Natural Language Understanding & Machine Learning

Google’s Dr. Fernando Pereira on Natural Language Understanding & Machine Learning

 Nov 16, 2017 CHM Live
Perhaps the most common sector of AI today are personal chatbots, such as Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri, commercially available to the masses. Google’s iteration of this is the Google Assistant, a personal virtual assistant that works across all your devices, including your phone, watch, laptop, and TV. Read More
How IARPA’s Technologies Are Protecting the National Security of the United States

How IARPA’s Technologies Are Protecting the National Security of the United States

 Aug 04, 2017 CHM Live
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) was created in 2006 to advance the development of research and technology used to achieve the intelligence goals of the United States and “avoid technological surprise.” Read More