I am a PhD Candidate in the Intelligence Systems group at the University of Bath. I work under the supervision of Dr Joanna Bryson in Artificial Models of natural Intelligence (AmonI) research group. My main research interest is the design and application of intelligent systems, and its effects on human society.

Currently, in addition to providing development on ABOD3, I am exploring the understanding and intuitions that can guide human cooperative behaviour, by using interventions in the form of computer game technology. I got a strong research interest in the ethical and legal implications of Artificial Intelligence in societies and I am engaged in a research programme to build and understand the effects of implementing transparent to inspection intelligent agents.

Prior to Bath, I was a student at the University of Surrey, studying BSc (Hons) Computing and IT. I graduated with the class of 2015, with first-class (1:1) honours (highest available in the UK grading system, equivalent to approximately  3.67 to 4.0 GPA based on Fullbright conversion policies). For a full list modules taken and awards honoured with, please consult my LinkedIn profile.

This page is meant to be a collection of some aspects of myself mostly from my research perspective. What you can find here, however, is my CV, a list of my publications, and various blog posts. As bonus, you can look at some my photography work here.

Recent & upcoming conferences/talks/public meetings:

  • 04 April 2016, Sheffield UK: Presenting at AISB EPSRC Principles of Robotics, with my talk titled: Why is my robot behaving like that?
  • 05 May 2016, Bath UK: Presenting at the Department of Computer Science PhD Conference (SPARC).
  • 02June 2016, Oxford UK: Attending an one-day workshop, titled Social Robotics.
  • 08 June 2016, Oxford UK: Attending a meeting in Ethics in AI, organised by the Future of Humanity Institute.
  • 16-18 July 2016, Vienna Austria: Attending Nucl.AI – event’s photographer.
  • 23 August 2016, Hague Netherlands: Teaching at the PhD Summer school for Responsible AI the benefits and challenges of implementing transparency to intelligent agents, also attending ECAI.
  • 27 August 2016, Hague Netherlands: Present at Ethical Designs of Artificial Intelligence (EDAI) 16 workshop of ECAI 16 how implementing ethical, transparent agents helps us create accurate mental models of robots.