For over 20 years I have researched, educated, and advised in the fields of behavioural psychology and machine learning.
I now work with companies on a wide range of problems relating to machine learning, natural language processing and human behaviour change. I also give workshops and talks on these topics.
After receiving my PhD from UC Berkeley in neural models and information processing, I joined the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit at UCL to work on neural network models of the visual system. Nowadays, I lecture in computer science at Queen Mary University of London.
I have published over 30 international peer reviewed articles spanning the fields of machine learning, neuroscience, cognitive science, behaviour change and persuasive technology design.