My research interests revolve around combining human and machine intelligence to synthesize something greater the sum of its parts. I develop new machine learning models, interaction mechanisms, and perform user experiments to create/study novel hybrid human-machine systems. Currently, I’m working on collaborative robots and AI assistants that help people complete tasks more effectively. My primary applications areas are healthcare and education, e.g., machines that help doctors make treatment decisions, but I am very much open to other domains.
If all this sounds interesting to you, join us:
If you’re a NUS undergraduate student, email me and mention you’re interested in a FYP or UROP project. I sometimes hire interns during term-time and summer break, but this depends on availability of projects and funds.
If you’re not a NUS student, then please apply first. I’m typically unable to work with you unless you’re a NUS student. Please note that admission decisions are made by the department so, I am unable to guarantee you a place in the PhD/Masters program.