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I’m a Staff Research Scientist at ServiceNow Research in Montreal and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Laval University. I lead ServiceNow’s Human Decision Support research program, which explores the use of machine learning for decision-making in complex dynamic environments.
My main research interest is causal decision-making under uncertainty, where the goal is to answer questions of causal nature (interventions, counterfactual), while accounting for sources of uncertainty, such as ambiguity in causal structures and unmeasured variables. I am also interested in probabilistic time series forecasting and its use to foresee the long-term effect of actions.
In the past, I developed machine learning algorithms for biomarker discovery in large genomic datasets and focussed on applications to the global problem of antibiotic resistance. I obtained my Ph.D. in 2019 under the supervision of François Laviolette.
PhD in Artificial Intelligence, 2019
MSc in Artificial Intelligence, 2014
BSc in Computer Science, 2012