Matt Taddy, University of Chicago

Professor Chicago, Illinois matt.taddy@chicagobooth.edu Office: (773) 834-5882

Bio/Research

Matt Taddy is Professor of Econometrics and Statistics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a fellow of the Computation Institute, and a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England. He works at the intersections of statistics, economics, and machine learning. His rese...

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Bio/Research

Matt Taddy is Professor of Econometrics and Statistics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a fellow of the Computation Institute, and a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New England. He works at the intersections of statistics, economics, and machine learning. His research is directed towards the development of new algorithms for machine learning, uncertainty quantification for these algorithms, and the incorporation of machine learning and artificial intelligence ideas into the study of social and economic systems. Recent projects include study of the polarization of political dialogue, modeling for massive consumer demand and incentive systems, and adaptation of artificial intelligence techniques towards questions of causation.

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