Katie Collins

Student, University of Cambridge

Katie is a PhD student in the Machine Learning Group supervised by Adrian Weller. She recently completed her MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence in the same group. Her research centres around scalable trustworthy machine learning, data-efficient human-machine teaming and Bayesian probabilistic modelling. She also has a deep interest in computational cognitive science, having received a BSc in Brain and Cognitive Science, with minors in Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Katie is also affiliated with the Human-Oriented Automated Theorem Proving Effort led by Sir Tim Gowers and is a Student Fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for Future Intelligence. Additionally, she is the founder of the MITxHarvard Women in AI Group, a Class of 2021 Marshall Scholar and a recipient of a Cambridge Trust Scholarship.



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