Dylan is an assistant professor on the faculty of Artificial Intelligence and Decision-Making in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His research focuses on the problem of agent alignment: the challenge of identifying behaviors that are consistent with the goals of another actor or group of actors. He runs the Algorithmic Alignment Group, which works to identify algorithmic solutions to alignment problems that arise from groups of AI systems, principal-agent pairs (i.e., human-robot teams), and societal oversight of ML systems.
Contributions by Dylan Hadfield-Menell
The Alignment Problem in AI Viewed Through the Lens of European Law
Speaker at AI Governance Global 2023, an IAPP event