About me:

I am a PhD candidate in Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the Department of Informatics at King's College London (KCL) and a member of the Reasoning and Planning research group. My supervisors are Simon Parsons, Elizabeth Black and Isabel Sassoon.

My research focuses on the challenge of advancing explainable AI systems that can provide rationales for their outputs. I am interested in building machine learning that is logically coherent and investigating the extent to which such learning can accommodate effective human-computer interaction in order to engender greater trust in the output. In particular I examine the intersection of neural networks (subsymbolic) and argumentation semantics (symbolic), resulting in neural argumentation networks (NANs) that learn in a logically coherent manner according to argumentation principles.