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I am a PhD student in Social & Engineering Systems and Statistics at MIT working in the Clinical Machine Learning group led by David Sontag. My work aims to bridge the interface between humans and AI. I design artificially intelligent models that complement and augment expert human expertise and integrate them into user interfaces.
Radiologists are incorporating AI advice to make diagnoses and programmers are using AI suggestions to write code. My main research insight is that in these settings we need to design AI to be the best teammate with the objective of improving human-AI performance and guiding the human to make the best decisions. Some specific directions:
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We study how programmers interact with the AI code-recommendation system Copilot and develop a taxonomy of programmer activities.
We introduce a novel method for teaching humans how to effectively collaborate with AI agents through natural language rules learned from data and evaluate on user studies.
We provide a method to decide when to display suggestions in AI-assisted programming systems based on the programmer’s feedback. We show that we can avoid displaying a significant fraction of suggestions that would have been rejected.