I am a first year Masters student at University of Alberta working on Artificial Intelligence, and I am interested in understanding the working of our minds. Specifically, I want to understand the fundamental principles that take us from the firing of individual neurons to the Mind.
My current research interests are along the lines of the long-standing challenges of AI specifically, scalable knowledge construction and reasoning. An important issue that has recently captured my imagination is that of AI safety.
I did my undergrad from IIT Kanpur majoring in Computer Science. I have been fortunate enough to work under the guidance of some great people. In the summers of 2017, I was a research assistant to Prof. Richard Sutton. During my undergrad, I got to work under the guidance of Prof. Harish Karnick on Abstractive Summarization.
|May 28, 2019||We will be presenting Craig’s work on Gamma-Nets at RLDM 2019 in Montreal in July.|
|May 25, 2018||Got ACL Travel Grant to attend ACL in July to be held in Melbourne, Australia|
|May 2, 2018||My work on Abstractive Summarization with Vivek and Prof. Karnick will be published in ACL-SRW 2018|
|Apr 10, 2018||I will be joining University of Alberta for Masters in Computer Science with specialization in Artificial Intelligence starting this fall (September)|
|May 28, 2017||Working in this summer with Prof. Richard Sutton|