Mr. Steve Jameson joined DARPA in August 2014. His current research focuses on technologies to enable situation understanding, improve effectiveness and timeliness of decision-making, and build trust between humans and autonomous reasoning systems. Specific interests include knowledge representation, techniques for causal modeling, reasoning, and inference, as well as technologies to support mixed initiative reasoning, with a focus on enabling non-expert users to effectively interact with automated reasoning systems.
Mr. Jameson joined DARPA following a 27-year career in advanced technology development at Lockheed Martin Corporation where his research focused on artificial intelligence, sensor and data fusion, and unmanned autonomous systems.
Mr. Jameson holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania.
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