I am a Reader in Artificial Intelligence in the Department of Informatics at King's College London, where I'm a member of the Reasoning and Planning research group. My research focusses on computational models of argument dialogue and how these can be applied in domains such as healthcare and multi-agent systems, and in systems to support human reasoning and decision-making.
I am Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence, which brings together world-leading experts from King's College London and Imperial College London to deliver a unique 4-year PhD programme, focussed on the use of model-based artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for ensuring the safety and trustworthiness of AI systems.
I received my PhD in Computer Science from University College London in 2007, on the topic of argument inquiry dialogues. Prior to joining King's in 2011, I worked as a post-doctoral research assistant at the University of Oxford and held a Marie-Curie Intra-European Fellowship at the University of Utrecht. If you are interested in reading more about my research please see my publications list or my Google Scholar profile.