I am a faculty member of the Department of Computer Science at the School of Computing (SoC), National University of Singapore (NUS). I direct the Medical Computing Laboratory, a multidisciplinary research program at the School. I was formerly Director of AI Technology at AI Singapore, a national research initiative on Artificial Intelligence (AI).
My research interests include decision-theoretic and responsible AI, cognitive modelling and causal reasoning, transfer and reinforcement learning, human-aware and adaptive computing, and biomedical and health informatics.
I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in AI and general computing methodologies, including AI planning and decision making, and uncertainty modelng in AI.
I also participate in national and international policy advisory work on Computing Education, general AI, Responsible AI - including Ethics, Governance, and Regulatory Considerations for AI, especially AI in Health.
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CS4246/CS5446 AI Planning and Decision Making (Sem 1, 2021-22).
Requirements: Graduate GAP or NSWS or undergraduate NSWS applicants who have taught or taken the course before.
[28 June 2021]