Research Scientist @ DeepMind
Kim is a Research Scientist on DeepMind‘s Neuroscience team. Her focus is on relational reasoning to support efficient learning and planning in biology and machines.
Her research interests include hippocampus + entorhinal cortex, relational deep learning, representation learning, and reinforcement learning.
She received her M.A and PhD in Quantitative & Computational Neuroscience from Princeton University in 2018.
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