I have a wide variety of interests ranging from theoretical mathematics to cognitive neuroscience and microeconomics. My background is in both, mathematics and psychology, although during my stay at NEL I worked on an endeavor to connect Bayesian Truth Serum (BTS) with machine learning. This work yielded as a result my master thesis and an interesting working paper on imbalanced classification. At the moment I am doing my PhD on artificial intelligence at KU Leuven, working on deep learning at the intersection of Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision. However, I still use some of my spare time to work on the project we started at NEL, as a free research collaborator.
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