Current Projects

This project focuses on developing transparent descriptive models of players' behaviors and use that for reflection and to help players learn from others.

May's journey is a game developed to teach intro to programming concepts through a fun activity of playing a game.

Human-in-the-loop interface to infer intent from behavior logs through visualization of probabilistic models that can be corrected by human experts.

This series of projects investigate how to integrate theory of mind and social intelligence augmenting AI systems and explainable AI.

Understanding human perceptions regarding AI and data science.

Illustration by Meriel Waissman taken from RAND Corp

Understanding and helping shape resilience through social connections and narrative.


Charles River Analytics

Funded Human-in-Loop Behavior Modeling and collaborated on the project.

National Science Foundation

Funded OPM and May's Journey projects.

James McDonnell Foundation

Funded Resilience Project - Reducing Health Inequalities with AI

Provided a gift to the GUII Lab


Funded Human-in-Loop Behavior Modeling


Funded Social Intelligence and Theory of Mind

Collaborating on UX of AI project.


Collaborating on May's Journey.

Co-Design Lab, UC Berkeley, led by Kosa Goucher-Lambert

Collaborating on Social Intelligence and Theory of Mind