I’m a research scientist in the Neuroscience team at DeepMind, where I’m working on building better memory systems for artificial agents (see below).

Previously, I was a postdoc with Andrew Davison at the Dyson Robotics Lab at Imperial College London, where I worked on real-time distributed inference and abstraction in spatial / visual perception systems.

Before that, I did a PhD with Neil Burgess in the Space and Memory Group, which is a neuroscience lab at University College London. The lab is interested in how the brain builds useful representations ("maps") of the world, and how those representations can be used for decision making. I wrote my thesis on how the brain might construct these representations by “replaying” memories during sleep.

A Memory Manifesto

I’m interested in building memory systems that are: