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Xin Cynthia Chen

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ETH Zurich
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Also an 'Open Philanthropy AI Fellow'

Advisor: Andreas Krause
Research on safe reinforcement learning

Cynthia is an incoming PhD student at ETH Zurich, supervised by Prof. Andreas Krause. She is broadly interested in building AI systems that are aligned with human preferences, especially under situations where mistakes are costly and human signals are sparse. She aspires to develop AI solutions that can improve the world in the long run. Prior to ETH, Cynthia interned at the Center for Human-Compatible AI at UC Berkeley and graduated with honours from the University of Hong Kong. You can find out more about Cynthia's research on her website.
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