David Wingate is an Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University and the faculty administrator of the Perception, Control and Cognition laboratory. His research interests lie at the intersection of perception, control and learning. Specific interests include probabilistic programming, probabilistic modeling (particularly with structured Bayesian nonparametrics), reinforcement learning, dynamical systems modeling, information theory, manifold learning, kernel … More David Wingate, Faculty Advisor
This guy codes stuff with his bare hands.
Nancy Fulda is a PhD student with an emphasis in knowledge representation, automated decision-making, and cognitive systems. In addition to work published in IJCAI, IJCNN, ICRA and other peer-reviewed conferences, Nancy also enjoys writing science fiction, and has written on request for David Brin, TOR Books, and MIT’s Technology Review. Her technical publications can be … More Nancy Fulda
Robert Pottorff is a Masters Student at Brigham Young University, accepted for graduate school to start in 2017. No stranger to innovation or research, he was a member of the Crocker Fellowship for Innovation – a prestigious research-based entrepreneurship fellowship that puts students from across the university together to tackle problems and find solutions. His … More Robert Pottorff
Iris Seaman is a Masters student studying Bayesian formulations for theory of mind. Born in south Texas, she spent half of her childhood in Mexico, and has now been married for four years. She enjoys watching movies, reading fiction, exercising, and eating delicious food. She plays the violin and flute, paints and sketches in her … More Iris Seaman
Daniel is a master’s student at BYU with a gnawing urge to perform linguistic gymnastics. Earlier this year he worked with a group building a system that would generate poetry using word embeddings. Since then, he was an integral part of the team that won the 2016 IEEE CIG Text-based Adventure AI competition, and has … More Daniel Ricks