I'm lead research analyst at Stanford Law School's Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab (RegLab), where I design and evaluate algorithms for various problems in public policy.
My work is here. I'm currently focused on developing sequential decision-making methods in non-standard settings, such as in the presence of concept drift, batched feedback, or corrupted data.
On the side, I co-host the Increments podcast, where Vaden Masrani and I confuse ourselves and others about philosophy and science. Sometimes I string words together on Medium, each post achieving various levels of coherence. And sometimes I yell about bad philosophy (including mine) and offer mellow takes on twitter.
Love, strong disinterest, and invitations to Alaskan nudist colony retreats welcome at email@example.com.
I enjoy talking to you. Your mind appeals to me. It resembles my own mind except that you happen to
- George Orwell, 1984.
A few pieces of writing. See all writing here.
In the spirit of weird, nerdy, social signaling—here is a list of
I probably drink too much coffee.
Here is my CV of failures.
Sometimes I try and do this when I'm alone. It doesn't go as well.