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Ashton Anderson [1]

Ashton Anderson,
a Canadian computer scientist and assistant professor at University of Toronto, broadly interested in research that bridges the gap between computer science and the social sciences [2]. In 2008, he graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Engineering in software engineering, and completed his Master's degree in computer science at Stanford University in June 2010 under Yoav Shoham, and his Ph.D. at Stanford in 2015 under Jure Leskovec. As a chess player, along with Reid McIlroy-Young, Russell Wang, Siddhartha Sen and Jon Kleinberg, Ashton Anderson is involved in the Maia Chess project of a human-like neural network chess engine [3].

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