Josh Tenenbaum, PhD

Josh Tenenbaum is a professor of Computational and Cognitive Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a MacArthur Fellow. His research focus at the Computational Cognitive Science group is to understand that most elusive aspect of human intelligence: our ability to learn so much about the world, so rapidly and flexibly. While the group’s core focus is on human learning and reasoning, they also work actively in machine learning and artificial intelligence.