Iddo Drori

Associate Professor of the Practice, Computer Science
Director of the Masters in AI, CS
Director of Masters Admissions, CS

Post Doctorate, Stanford University
Ph.D., Tel Aviv University
MBA, Tel Aviv University
MSc (Magna Cum Laude), Hebrew University
BSc, Hebrew University
CDS 839

Iddo Drori is an Associate Professor of the Practice of Computer Science at Boston University, a Visiting Associate Professor at MIT, and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University. He was a lecturer at MIT in EECS, a Visiting Associate Professor at Cornell University in Operations Research and Information Engineering and a research scientist and adjunct professor at NYU Center for Data Science, Courant Institute, and NYU Tandon. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and was a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University in Statistics. He also holds an MBA in organizational behavior and entrepreneurship and has a decade of industry research and leadership experience. His primary research is in machine learning, AI, and computer vision, with 70 publications and over 5,200 citations and he has taught over 35 courses in Computer Science. He is the author of the textbook ‘The Science of Deep Learning’ published by Cambridge University Press. He has won multiple competitions in computer vision conferences and received multiple best paper awards in machine learning conferences.

Research areas: artificial general intelligence, computer vision, and machine learning for education and climate science.


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