I'm an assistant professor and the head of the Goal Optimization using Learning and Decision-making (GOLD) lab at the Computer Science Department at Bar Ilan University.
Before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Computer Science Department in University of Texas at Austin. I completed my PhD in the Department of Software and Information Systems Engineering in Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
I am interested in cooperative artificial agents, especially in the context of rebellion and disobedience in AI (RaD-AI). My long term goal is to construct a robot that can replace a seeing-eye dog. To achieve this goal, I investigate multi-agent problems involving goal and plan recognition, learning and adaptation, and human robot interactions (HRI).