Three UCLA Samueli graduate students have each received a fellowship from U.K.-based DeepMind, a leading global artificial intelligence company
DeepMind recently announced its 2020 fellowship cohort of more than 50 scholars from across the globe. The fellowships will provide funds for three UCLA computer science master’s students studying machine learning during the 2020-2022 academic years. Each recipient of the two-year fellowship is also offered support from a DeepMind mentor and has opportunities to attend leading AI academic conferences and DeepMind events.
This is the first year UCLA Samueli participated in this program and its scholarship recipients are Aishni Parab, Puja Trivedi and Nima Zaghari:
Aishni Parab‘s primary research interest is in building better models of machine intelligence and human cognition. She is motivated by inter-disciplinary research in artificial…