University Professor of Neuroscience and Public Policy, Schar School of Policy and Government
My current research is aimed at replacing nitrogen-based fertilizers with microbiome-based solutions for staple cereal crops using high throughput sequencing metagenomics and data from the National Ecological Observatory Network. Another research interest is the future of the Artificial Intelligence revolution. I am interested in the many applications of AI, from combat systems to automated hypothesis generation, as well as the sustainability of the technology.
■ AI in the Year 2030: how will AI integrate into US Air Force combat systems over the next decade and a half?
■ Elucidating rules of life from continental scale metagenomics
■ Edge AI infrastructure across the US
■ Illicit transplantation networks