Ashudeep Singh

Ashudeep Singh 

Third Year Ph.D. student
Computer Science
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY


New Our paper on Fairness of Exposure in Rankings has been accepted to KDD 2018.
New Our new paper on Fairness of Exposure in Rankings is up on arXiv.
New Spotlight Presentation and Workshop paper on “Equality of Opportunity in Rankings” at Workshop on Prioritizing Online Content at NIPS 2017.
New Workshop paper on “Learning item embeddings using biased feedback” at Causal Inference and Machine Learning for Intelligent Decision Making Workshop at NIPS 2017

About Me

I am a third year Ph.D. student at the department of Computer Science at Cornell University. I work in the area of Machine Learning with Prof. Thorsten Joachims. I am particularly interested in Machine learning for interactive systems. My research ideas touch the areas of Counterfactual Learning and Inference, and Personalization for interactive machine learning algorithms. I have recently been focusing on Fairness, Interpretability and Transparency aspects of such Machine Learning algorithms.

In the past, I completed my B.Tech.-M.Tech. dual degree in IIT Kanpur (India) where I worked with Prof. Amitabha Mukerjee. During my undergrad, I also worked with Prof. Carolyn Rosé on studying natural language aspects of collaborative learning agents at Carnegie Mellon University as a summer intern. I spent most of my childhood in the beautiful city of Chandigarh and then spent five wonderful years of my life at IIT Kanpur before moving to Cornell to start my PhD.

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