Aboue me

As a philosopher, I am interested in the creative use of computer and statistical sciences to provide practical and implementable solutions to philosophical problems. Working with my committee composed of a computer scientist, an economist, a neuroscientist, and a philosopher, I completed my doctoral dissertation on the relationship between explanatory learning and subjective probability.

current position

I am currently a postdoctoral associate for Duke University's Social Science Research Institute and Department of Population Health Sciences, where I tackle issues that involve data visualization, risk communication, and the use of artificial intelligence.


Current resume