Selected Publications

We show that CNNs and ResNets with appropriate priors on the parameters are Gaussian processes in the limit of infinitely many convolutional filters.
Accepted to ICLR, 2019

How much domain knowledge do a SoTA planning algorithm, and a basic RL algorithm, need to solve Montezuma’s Revenge, the benchmark for sparse rewards in RL? It turns out that a few simple tweaks do it, but we speculate that it’s not straightforward to do equivalent tweaks automatically for other games.
BSc Thesis, 2016

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Malmö Collaborative AI Challenge

Entry to the Malmö Collaborative AI Challenge, got 1st and 3rd places in different categories.

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Recent Publications

We show that CNNs and ResNets with appropriate priors on the parameters are Gaussian processes in the limit of infinitely many …

A method for filling in missing measurements in points in datasets, with some statistical assumptions, by drawing from the conditional …

How much domain knowledge do a SoTA planning algorithm, and a basic RL algorithm, need to solve Montezuma’s Revenge, the …