Sam Adam-Day (he/him)
AI and Mathematics PhD Researcher at the University of Oxford
I am interested in various topics related to ML/AI, specifically AI safety. Currently I am in my final of a PhD at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford.
Check out my GitHub page.
The following are broadly my current research interests. See also my list of publications.
- Multi-agent cooperation
- Graph machine learning
- Active learning with large language models
- Logic/set theory
The best way to contact me is by email: me@samadamday.com.
News
Sep 25, 2023 | My paper Zero-One Laws of Graph Neural Networks has been accepted for publication at the NeurIPS Conference. |
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Sep 18, 2023 | I’ve started a new job as a Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science at University of Oxford, advised by Michael Benedikt |
Aug 1, 2023 | My collaborators and I have written a new paper, The Intermediate Logic of Convex Polyhedra. |
Mar 16, 2023 | My joint paper Polyhedral completeness of intermediate logics: the Nerve Criterion has been published by the Journal of Symbolic Logic. |
Selected Publications
- In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), 2023
- Topology and its Applications, 2022
- The Journal of Symbolic Logic, 2022