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Andrew began his career writing video-games for an obscure British personal computer. He rapidly became a thousandaire and retired to academia, where he received a PhD from the University of Cambridge in 1991. He researched robot learning as a Post-doc working with Chris Atkeson, and then moved to a faculty position at Carnegie Mellon.

At the moment, I'm most interested in learning graphical models efficiently, probabilistic models of person-person interactions, spatio-temporal algorithms for biosurveillance, active learning, new kinds of searches for interesting interactions between variables, and any kind of spatial data structure for caching sufficient statistics.

people/andrew_moore.txt · Last modified: 2016/09/27 19:22 by dbayani