Nancy Fulda is a recent graduate of the Perception, Control, and Cognition Laboratory with an emphasis in knowledge representation, automated decision-making, and cognitive systems. She is a key contributor to the BYU Analogical Reasoning Dataset, and her work on common-sense knowledge extraction was recently featured on Live Science. Her technical publications can be found at scholar.google.com.
Nancy is now employed as an Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University. 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, as well as for the Dark Expanse space strategy game.