Amy Greenwald's research focuses on the design and implementation of AI agents—artificially intelligent, programmed decision-makers—that interact effectively in multiagent environments. Concurrently, she attempts to understand, explain, and accurately predict the dynamics of such interactions. In pursuing these goals, Prof. Greenwald draws from theoretical and practical sources, including a variety of disciplines such as AI, decision theory, game theory, and economics.
Professor Greenwald received her Ph.D. in 1999 from the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University. Prior to taking a position at Brown, she was employed by the Institute for Advanced Commerce at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center. She lives on the East Side of Providence, in the Historic District, with her husband, Justin, and her daughters, Ella and Carmen.
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