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Sean McGregor is a technical lead for the IBM Watson AI
XPRIZE and a member of the technical staff at Syntiant
Corp. His research interests include the optimization and
explanation of machine learning systems, including problems in wildfire suppression policy, heliophysics, and low-precision neural network models. He earned his PhD in
machine learning from Oregon State University in 2017 and
his BA in environment, economics, and politics and computer dcience from Claremont McKenna College in 2004.
Amir Banifatemi is the AI Initiatives lead at XPRIZE Foundation. He oversees the Frontier Technologies Group,
including the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, the ANA Avatar
XPRIZE, and the Lunar XPRIZE. He has a background in
engineering and research in machine vision, product
design, and financial modeling. He holds an MS in electrical engineering from the University of Technology of Com-piègne, a PhD in systems design and cognitive sciences from
the University Paris Descartes, and an MBA from HEC Paris.