August 17, 2019. I gave talks on “Integrating Learning with Game Theory
for Societal Challenges” at IJCAI-19 Early Career Spotlight Track, Macao University, and AI4ALL Program (AI Education for K-12) hosted CMU. [IJCAI-19 Early Career Talk Slides]
August 12, 2019. I served as a panelist for the Career Panel at IJCAI 2019 – Doctoral Consortium.
August 12, 2019. I gave a tutorial on “Solving Games with Complex Strategy Spaces” with Hau Chan at the 28th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) 2019. [Tutorial Webpage][Slides of My Part]
May 29-31, 2019. I gave two talks at the AI for Good Global Summit at Geneva.
May 14, 2019. I gave a tutorial on “Solving Games with Complex Strategy Spaces” with Hau Chan and Albert X. Jiang at the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS) 2019. [Tutorial Webpage][Slides of My Part]
January 23, 2019. I gave a guest lecture on “Interdisciplinary Research” in the course 17994 Societal Computing Practicum.
December 12, 2018. I got the certificate of recognition for developing PAWS program to advance the mission of the Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool (SMART)
December 11, 2018. Our co-edited new book Artificial Intelligence and Conservation, which is the second book in the Artificial Intelligence for Social Good book series, will be available early next year! Preorder now and use offer code FANG2019 for 20% off: http://www.cambridge.org/9781108464734
September 4, 2018. I gave a guest lecture on “Practice to Theory to Practice: AI for Social Good” at CMU’s new course “AI, Society, & Humanity” (94878).
August 6, 2018. I gave a talk on “Integrating Machine Learning with Game Theory for Security” at Cyber Deception Workshop at the University of Maryland and served as a panelist for the Panel “Cyber Deception: A Holistic Approach”.
July 14, 2018. I gave a tutorial on “Machine Learning and Game Theory for Security” at Federated AI Meeting (AAMAS+IJCAI+ICML). Details and presentation materials can be found here.
July 10, 2018. I gave a tutorial on “AI for Social Good: A Multiagent Systems Perspective” at AAMAS together with Milind Tambe, Bryan Wilder, Eugene Vorobeychik. Details and presentation material can be found here.
April 16, 2018. Two paper accepted at IJCAI-ECAI 2018. “Designing the Game to Play: Optimizing Payoff Structure in Security Games”; “What game are we playing? End-to-end learning in normal and extensive form games”
April 13, 2018. Two papers accepted at COMPASS 2018. “Exploiting Real-World Data and Human Knowledge for Predicting Wildlife Poaching”; “AirSim-W: A Simulation Environment for Wildlife Conservation with UAVs”
December 1, 2017. I gave an invited talk on “Integrating Machine Learning with Game Theory and Mechanism Design for Security, Sustainability, and Mobility” at the departmental seminar series for 2017-2018 in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the State University of New York at Buffalo. [Slides]
November 29, 2017. I was interviewed by Cheddar TV (broadcast live) on “Preventing Poaching with Science” [recorded video clip].
November 9, 2017. I gave a talk on “Data-Aware Game Theory for Security”at CMU Privacy Seminar.
November 7, 2017. Our paper “Policy Learning for Continuous Space Security Games using Neural Networks” is accepted to AAAI 2018 [pdf].
November 1, 2017. Our paper “SPOT Poachers in Action: Augmenting Conservation Drones with Automatic Detection in Near Real Time” is accepted to IAAI 2018.
October 2017. I served as a Program Chair for AAAI 2018 [pdf].
September 20, 2017. I gave an oral presentation on our recent paper “Taking it for a Test Drive: A Hybrid Spatio-temporal Model for Wildlife Poaching Prediction Evaluated through a Controlled Field Test”[pdf] at ECML PKDD 2017.
September 12, 2017. I gave a talk on “Data-Aware Game Theory and Mechanism Design for Security, Sustainability and Mobility” at CMU AI Lunch Seminar. Slides can be downloaded here: 20170912_AILunch
August 30, 2017. I gave a talk on “Machine Learning for Sustainability” at Machine Learning Department Orientation.
May 17, 2017. Zheyuan Shi, Fei Fang. Optimizing Peer Teaching to Enhance Team Performance. Our paper is chosen as one of the best papers in the First International Workshop on Teams in Multiagent Systems (TEAMAS) which is held jointly with AAMAS 2017. It has been selected for publication in the AAMAS 2017 Workshops Best Papers volume to be published by Springer.
May 17, 2017. I visited the University of New Hampshire and gave a seminar talk on “Game-Theoretic Approaches for Real-World Security and Sustainability Challenges”