Curtis G. Northcutt

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Photo of Curtis G. Northcutt, Ph.D. Candidate at MIT.

I defend my PhD in EECS at MIT in May 2021. I am the Founder & CTO of ChipBrain. My work spans theory and algorithms for artificial intelligence including dataset uncertainty estimation and augmenting human capabilities.

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Dec 16, 2019: Added many updates to my Research page.
Nov 17, 2019: Announcing cleanlab: The official Python framework for machine learning and deep learning with noisy labels in datasets. [ code | docs ]
Nov 4, 2019: Published Confident Learning: A family of theory and algorithms for characterizing, finding, and learning with label errors in datasets. Confident learning outperforms state-of-the-art (2019) approaches for learning with noisy labels by 30% increase an accuracy on CIFAR benchmarks with high label noise.: [ paper | code | blog ]
Jan 20, 2019: Announcing the L7 Machine Learning blog A place for machine learning and human learning: l7.curtisnorthcutt.com
Nov 30, 2017: Released a tutorial framing the field of Artificial Intelligence in Online Education. [ slides ]
Aug 15, 2017: Released Rank Pruning, a robust time-efficient solution for binary classification with noisy labels published at UAI ‘17. [ paper | code | arXiv ]
Apr 20, 2017: Forum Ranking Diversification published at L@S ‘17. [ paper | code ]
Sep 20, 2017: CAMEO Cheating Detection in MOOCs and online courses published in Computers & Education ‘16. [ paper | code | arXiv ]