Hosea Siu is a technical staff member of Lincoln Laboratory’s Artificial Intelligence Technologies group. His research is centered around human-machine teaming, particularly with machine learning systems and tightly-coupled human-machine teams, including learning exoskeletons and collaborative AI agents. Prior to joining the laboratory, Hosea earned his PhD and Bachelor’s in aerospace engineering, and his Master’s in planetary science, all at MIT. Hosea’s background in education includes development and teaching of several courses, including the BWSI Design of Assistive Technology course, the BWSI CRE[AT]E Challenge, and various undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, human factors, and observational astronomy. He is secretly trying to assemble an appropriate skillset to build Iron Man.
Courses taught by Hosea Siu
Welcome to the Autonomous Cognitive Assistance (aka CogWorks!) prerequisite course. This course and the Python Core course are both required to be completed to be considered for acceptance in the CogWorks summer program. Cog*Works consists of project-based modules for developing . . .