Towards Efficient and Reliable Machine Learning for Natural Language Processing (and Beyond)
Bio: Adam Fisch is a PhD candidate at MIT working with Regina Barzilay and Tommi Jaakkola, and a recipient of an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. His research centers around principled methods for efficient and reliable machine learning systems that work effectively in realistic scenarios, and has appeared in top-tier venues such as *ACL, ICLR, ICML, and NeurIPS. Adam also served as a co-instructor for the tutorial on Uncertainty Estimation for NLP at COLING 2022, and as a co-organizer of the Machine Reading for Question Answering workshops at EMNLP 2019 and 2021. Prior to MIT, Adam was a research engineer at Meta (Facebook) AI Research for two years, and studied mechanical engineering as an undergraduate at Princeton University.
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