Hi! I research on how humans can understand the decision-making of Artificial Intelligence. My aim is helping medical physicians to interact with AI.
I am a PhD student at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, with a MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence from the University of Cambridge. The Swiss French Alps are a lovely place to practice forest bathing and deepen your focus on what truly matters in your life.
I am also a restless learner. I find benefits in the habit of entering the Zen flow, may it be through coding experiments, writing or painting. I used to be a karate fighter, but now I rather practice zazen. I practice benevolence, generosity and loyalty. I am learning abstract painting as self-thought and I share some of my work on this page. I fantasise retiring old and happy with my arts and crafts in the mountains. I am adding French to the list of languages I speak (Italian, English, Spanish-but entry level) and I am slowly discovering Japanese. I hope I will find the time to translate these webpages.
This website hosts a collection and summary of my work, talks and hints on the small habits that keep me living a happy and satisfying life.
AI Explainability for Digital Pathology
Work with intention and joy
I share here a collection of posts and interesting readings on how to reach a healthy balance between work and private life.
The aim of this website is to provide information that is useful.
Feel free to leave feedback. Discussions are welcome. Drop me an email with what you think!
PhD student on AI interpretability for Medical Imaging.
MPhil in Machine Learning and Machine Intelligence
BEng. IT Engineering