Principal Program Manager, Machine Teaching Innovation for Autonomous Systems, Microsoft
Kence Anderson is Principal Program Manager, Machine Teaching Innovation for Autonomous Systems at Microsoft. Kence has designed over 100 autonomous decision-making AI systems for commercial uses, including at PepsiCo, Bell Flight, and Shell. Kence is the son of a master teacher and is trained in mechanical engineering, and he utilizes both aspects by researching how the principles of teaching combined with human expertise can be used to design and build useful AI.
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