Max Kleiman-Weiner is a cofounder and chief scientist of Diffeo as well as a PhD student in computational cognitive science at MIT, funded by the NSF and the Hertz Foundation. He won best paper at RLDM 2017 for models of human cooperation and the William James Award at SPP for computational work on moral learning. Previously, he was a Fulbright fellow in Beijing. Max holds an MSc in statistics from Oxford, where he was a Marshall scholar, and an undergraduate degree from Stanford, where he was a Goldwater scholar.
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