I'm an affiliate member of the Computational Creativity Group.
Currently, I'm working on a finance technology startup in London
although I'm still involved in various group projects.
For example, I am lead developer of the FloWr system, part of our Computational Creativity Theory project.
We are looking at approaches to automated programming within Computational Creativity
and ways in which we might help researchers to collaborate and share ideas.
FloWr is used in the What-If Machine project.
Previously, I've studied combined reasoning systems.
These are platforms that bring together a variety of AI approaches to solve problems.
I've investigated how models of human cognition can be used as a basis for these systems
and how they can be applied to domains such as mathematical discovery,
constraint solving and machine learning.