James Lucas

Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

Names

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James Lucas (Preferred)

Emails

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****@cs.toronto.edu

Education & Career History

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PhD Candidate
Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto (cs.toronto.edu)
2017Present
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Richard Zemel
****@cs.toronto.edu
2017Present
 
PhD Advisor
Roger Grosse
****@cs.toronto.edu
2017Present
 
Internship Mentor
Mohammad Norouzi
****@google.com
20192020
 
Collaborator
Claudio Michaelis
****@uni-tuebingen.de
20182020
 

Expertise

For each line, enter comma-separated keyphrases representing an intersection of your interests. Think of each line as a query for papers in which you would have expertise and interest. For example: deep learning, RNNs, dependency parsing

optimization, deep learning
Present
 
bayesian neural networks
Present
 
adversarial examples, robustness
Present
 
few-shot learning
Present