Ms. Kimberlee Chang
Ms. Kimberlee Chang is a Member of the Technical Staff at MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She earned her BS in astrophysics from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and her MS in electrical engineering at Tufts University. Since joining MIT Lincoln Laboratory, she has supported a variety of mission areas including, space situational awareness, air traffic control and humanitarian assistance and disaster response. Her primary research area is human machine collaboration and her recent work focuses on the use of gaming technology as a platform to train and benchmark human-AI teaming systems.
Courses taught by Ms. Kimberlee Chang
The Trusted Analytics course introduces students to topics of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with an emphasis on building trust. The issue of trust affects confidence in the analytics and artificial intelligence-machine learning systems in tandem with developing the trust . . .
The course begins with a brief history of Artificial Intelligence (AI), including a survey of representative AI success stories and covers topics such as AI data requirements and conditioning, a selection of AI techniques including supervised learning, unsupervised learning and . . .
This is a technically demanding, project-based course delivered in partnership with Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory (MIT-LL). Students will achieve a working knowledge of machine-learning subsystem components and understand the key technical drivers for machine-learning solutions. This course is . . .