Mo Tiwari is a fourth-year PhD student in Computer Science at Stanford University, where he is advised by Sebastian Thrun (funding advisor) and Chris Piech.
Mo's primary research interests include statistical machine learning and applications to healthcare. Previously, Mo has worked in other subfields of artificial intelligence, including reinforcement learning, graph deep learning, time series analysis, and broader fields such as particle physics, quantum computation, finance, cybersecurity, and virtual/augmented reality. Prior to his PhD, Mo spent several years in industry.
Mo holds a BS in Mathematics and Physics from Caltech, and an MS in Computer Science from Stanford. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, frisbee, running and video games.
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