Stephanie Rosenthal

Research Scientist and Research Team Lead, Carnegie Mellon SEI Emerging Technology Center

Adjunct Faculty, Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute and HCI Institute

Research Interests

My long-term research vision is to develop intelligent systems that seamlessly interact with, learn from and about, and perform tasks for and with humans. Towards this goal, I aim to contribute novel artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for interactive intelligent systems that leverage knowledge of how people behave around them and are supported by user studies. Using these algorithms, intelligent systems can tailor their functionality by learning actual use patterns and user preferences to improve performance metrics such as task completion time, accuracy, usability, understandability, and predictability.
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence (AI), Explainability and Intelligibility, Human-Centered Planning, Human- Computer Interaction, Human-Robot Interaction, Interactive Intelligent Systems, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Robotics, Task Planning, Trust in Intelligent Systems, Ubiquitous Computing, Uncertainty in AI


I have 4 co-advised Masters students in Robotics: Sandeep Konam, Shen Li, Rosario Scalise, and Sai Selvaraj.