I am a senior researcher at the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group at Microsoft Research. I earned my PhD in computer science from Harvard University where I was advised by Prof. Barbara Grosz. My research spans several subfields of AI, including planning, machine learning, multi-agent systems and human-computer teamwork, and is inspired by real-world applications that can benefit from the complementary abilities of people and AI. I am particularly interested in the impact of AI on society and developing AI systems that are reliable, unbiased, and trustworthy.
You can find information about my research and recent publications on my personal website.
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Creating better AI partners: A case for backward compatibility | GCloud | January 25, 2019