London, United Kingdom
Minqi Jiang is a PhD student at UCL DARK and Meta AI, where he is advised by Professors Tim Rocktäschel and Edward Grefenstette. He is primarily interested in how decision-making models can be trained in simulation to transfer robustly and safely to the real world. His recent works focus on how adaptive curricula can be used to produce more robust deep reinforcement learning agents. By kickstarting an open-ended co-evolutionary process between agent and environment, such curricula are promising avenues to more generally capable AI. He was previously the co-founder of a startup that provided human-in-the-loop automation to the travel industry and the product manager for Google Translate.