We are pleased to announce ETH Zurich's GDSC and LeadTheFuture Mentorship collaboration for this event! Join us for a virtual talk by Gabriele Farina from Carnegie Mellon University who will introduce his research in AI and Game Theory. Then, there will be time to discuss machine learning career paths and other questions from the audience.
Through his research, Gabriele strives to understand how optimization techniques can be leveraged to inform better decisions and outcomes under conditions involving uncertainty, hidden information, and different incentives for the agents involved. In particular, one of his works won the best paper award at NeurIPS 2020.