Kaleigh Clary
PhD Candidate, Causality & ML
Knowledge Discovery Laboratory
Manning College of Information and Computer Sciences
University of Massachusetts Amherst

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I am a member of the Knowledge Discovery Laboratory, advised by David Jensen. I am broadly interested in using causal reasoning to develop experimental methods for evaluating the behavior of complex (software) systems. I focus on the setting in which novelty is introduced in the sequential decision-making setting and study the problem of how machine-learning and AI systems can respond intelligently to unexpected inputs and other forms of novelty in the environment. My work has applications in reinforcement learning and other areas of sequential decision-making, as well as statistical relational learning, and computational social science.

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