David Krueger

Research Affiliate

David Krueger is an Assistant Professor of Machine Learning at the University of Cambridge.  His work focuses on reducing the risk of human extinction from artificial intelligence (AI x-risk) through technical research as well as education, outreach, governance, and advocacy.  His research spans many areas of Deep Learning, AI Alignment, AI Safety, and AI Ethics, including alignment failure modes, algorithmic manipulation, interpretability, robustness, and understanding how AI systems learn and generalize.  He has been featured in media outlets including ITV's Good Morning Britain, Al Jazeera's Inside Story, France 24, New Scientist, and the Associated Press.  David completed his graduate studies at the University of Montreal and Mila, working with Yoshua Bengio, Roland Memisevic, and Aaron Courville, and he is a research affiliate of Mila, UC Berkeley's Center for Human-Compatible AI (CHAI), and the Center for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) at the University of Cambridge.

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