Karine Ung was born in Montréal, Qc, Canada. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mcgill University, and a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Polytechnique Montréal. Karine has worked at Bombardier Aerospace as a Human Factors specialist and drove the implementation of the improvements of pilot emergency procedures in the flightdeck. Furthermore, Karine joined ICAO as part of the Human Performance team to define aviation regulations aimed at addressing human factors and fatigue-related issues in the industry. Most recently, she joined the IATA Training and Licensing team to develop competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) material for airline pilots. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Engineering at Polytechnique Montréal. Her research focus is the investigation of humans’ diagnostic abilities during alarm floods with artificial intelligence as a supporting role.