Eric Horvitz

Microsoft

Names

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Eric Horvitz (Preferred)

Emails

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****@microsoft.com

Education & Career History

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Chief Scientific Officer
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
20202020
 
Professor
University of Washington, Seattle (uw.edu)
19952020
 
Researcher
Microsoft (microsoft.com)
19932020
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Advisor
Ronald Howard
****@stanford.edu
19861991
 

Expertise

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human-AI interaction and collaboration, augmenting human intelligence
19902020
 
decision-theoretic inference, utility-theoretic models
19902020
 
Markov decision processes, MDP, POMDP
19902020
 
cognitive science, human cognition, cognitive architectures
19902020
 
bounded rationality, bounded optimality
19902020
 
self-supervised training
19902020
 
semi-supervised training
19902020
 
causal inference
19902020
 
AI safety, reliability, robustness, adversarial machine learning, reward hacking
19902020
 
Bias, Fairness
19902020
 
Explanation of machine learning, transparency
19902020
 
Lifelong machine learning
19902020