PhD candidate in Computer Science at MIT, NSF Fellowship and MITx Digital Research Fellowship. His work focuses on two goals:
(1) Characterizing and fixing label errors in machine learning datasets,
(2) using artificial intelligence to enable human intelligence.
He invented confident learning, a family of theory and algorithms for learning label errors, and created clean lab, a python package using confident learning to find label errors in datasets, characterize label noise, and learn with noisy labels.
Received MIT Morris Joseph Levin Masters Thesis Award, an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, the Barry M Goldwater National Scholarship, and the Vanderbilt Founder’s Medal.
Dr. Andrew Schwartz is a Co-founder and Principal Data Architech at Lattice Engines and was a Co-founder and CTO of Catchi Inc. He has participated and led a wide variety of software projects, with an emphasis upon optimization and messaging systems.
PhD in Mathematics from Harvard University.
Jonathan Young is a machine learning expert, especially within the voice and language field.
Jonathan holds a PhD from Yale University and has more than 25 years’ experience in software engineering at Companies such as Dragon, Lingo Motors and Attivio.
Ashwin is an expert in Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics. He previously served as manager at Mu Sigma Inc.
Master’s degree in Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering from North Carolina StateUniversity.
Minchol has over 20 years of teaching experience specializing in Mathematics.
He previously served as Director of Injaewon, a gifted program in Korea.
M.Sc. in Semiconductor Engineering from Yonsei University.
Steve Kim is an expert in hardware system design and manufacturing. He has designed and developed a satellite radio, an image processing chip, a DNA detection kit, PDAs, and multimedia signal processors.
Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) from Seoul National University.
Founded a Private Equity firm in 2000 and became a Professional Manager in 2007. Managed an education company for 12 years and restructured a turnaround situation for a Sweden based technology company.
Passionate about education, efficiency, and excellence in corporate culture. Skilled at building teams and teamwork.
Founder, Tstone Corp (PE Fund) Executive Chairman, Time EducationManaging Director & Head of Investment Banking, Salomon Smith Barney Korea.
Harvard Business School, MBA Cornell University, BA.
Philip is an expert in strategic alliances and joint ventures. He previously worked with M&A, equity capital markets and company law at Linklaters.
Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Uppsala University.
Ms. Cattonar operates in the nexus between industry, research, and government. She has led innovation and external relation efforts at MIT, where she is currently a mentor and research affiliate. She was a venture capitalist in the energy sector, an entrepreneur having founded an image processing company, and led several strategy, mergers and acquisitions, program management and systems engineering efforts at the Northrop Grumman Corporation.
Master of Science from the Wharton School and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at University of Pennsylvania.
Head of the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Tactical Systems Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He is also the Director of the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Center and a member of the MIT School of Engineering Extended Engineering Council.
He is widely recognized across the Department of Defense as a national expert in RCS measurement and prediction techniques and has provided independent assessments of major US Air Force programs.
Roboticist, the Director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), and Andrew and Erna Viterbi Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at MIT.
She is a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and a fellow of AAAI and IEEE. She was also the recipient of an NSF Career award and an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation fellowship, and was a recipient of the 2002 MacArthur Fellowship.
Avanessians Director of the Data Science Institute and Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University. She came to Columbia in July 2017 from Microsoft, where she served as Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Research, overseeing a global network of research labs.
She has been a leading member of the formal methods community, especially in the area of Larch. She developed the Liskov substitution principle with Barbara Liskov.
William Coolidge Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS).
Internationally known for his fundamental contributions to robust control theory, computational methods for controller design, the interplay between information and control, the fundamental limits of learning and decision in net-worked systems and the detection and mitigation of systemic risk in interconnected and networked systems.