Adrian Weller

Director of Research, Machine Learning, University of Cambridge

Adrian Weller is a senior research fellow in Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge, in the Computational and Biological Learning Lab.

Adrian has broad interests across machine learning and artificial intelligence, their applications, and their implications for society, including: scalability, reliability, interpretability, fairness, privacy, ethics, law, social policy, finance, networks, deep learning, reinforcement learning, music, safety and methods for big data.

He is also a Turing fellow at the Alan Turing Institute leading work on Fairness, Transparency and Privacy; an executive fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) leading work on Trust and Transparency; and is affiliated with the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP), and the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER). From October 2017, he will be the David MacKay Newton research fellow at Darwin College.

Previously, Adrian held senior positions in financial trading. He continues to be active as an angel investor and advisor.



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