Nicholas Diana

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Nicholas Diana

Assistant Professor of Computer Science

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Computer Science
305 McGregory Hall

I build and test AI-driven instructional systems that teach students how to engage in productive civil discourse and recognize their own biases. I use these instructional tools to research how political beliefs impact our ability to think rationally about an argument's validity, and believe an intelligent computer agent might be able to help us recognize and mitigate the cognitive biases that reinforce information bubbles and political tribalism.

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