Dr. Jesmin Jahan Tithi is an AI Research Scientist at Intel focusing on high-performance computing and software-hardware codesign of next-generation processors targeting large-scale machine learning and graph applications. At Intel, Jesmin contributed to DOE's OCR, ECP Pathforward, CORAL2 projects, and DARPA's HIVE and SDH projects. She received her Ph.D. from Stony Brook University, New York (SUNYSB), and worked as an intern in Google, Intel, and PNNL during her Ph.D. After finishing her B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, she also worked as a Lecturer in the same prestigious department. Jesmin is a founding member of the Z-inspection -- an assessment process for Trustworthy & Ethical AI. Jesmin has been a member of the ACM Future of Computing Academy (Dec 2019-June 2021), Heidelberg Nobel Laureate Forum alumni (2019), and a current member of the ACM Code of Professional Ethics Board, and ACM Selects. Jesmin is a regular reviewer for ACM and IEEE conferences and journals. Jesmin holds six issued patents and over twenty-two peer-reviewed publications.