Wanheng Hu is a Ph.D. candidate in Science and Technology Studies with an affiliation to the East Asia Program at Cornell University. He is currently a visiting research fellow in the Science, Technology & Society Program at the Harvard Kennedy School. His dissertation examines the use of machine learning (ML) algorithms to cope with expert tasks, with an empirical focus on the development, application, and regulation of ML systems for image-based medical diagnosis in China. He is particularly interested in the mutual shaping of expert practices and emerging technologies. His research is broadly situated at the intersection of the sociology of expertise, medical sociology, critical data/algorithm studies, and development studies. Wanheng holds an M.Phil. in Philosophy of Science and Technology, a B.L. in Sociology, and a B.Sc. in Biomedical English, all from Peking University.