Ariel Fuchs

Ariel Fuchs

I recently completed my Bachelors of Science at MIT in Computation and Cognition (Course 6-9). In the Saxelab, I am pursuing my masters degree and studying how infant brains develop visual representations of navigable space. My projects involve a variety of...
Junior Okoroafor

Junior Okoroafor

I am currently trying to study both the computational foundations of human moral intelligence, and the algorithmic principles necessary for designing a machine moral intelligence. I am also the host of the podcast “Naturally Artificial | Bridging the Gap between...
Alicia Chen

Alicia Chen

I’m a PhD student in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences program. I use behavioral experiments and computational modeling to study how humans think about social norms in our social relationships.
Eric Martínez

Eric Martínez

I study the cognitive foundations of the law. That is: how do lawyers and non-lawyers create, understand and interpret law, and what are the implications of these findings for broader questions of cognitive science, legal doctrine and policy? You can find a list of...

Linette Kunin

Linette Kunin is an undergraduate at MIT (‘23) majoring in Brain and Cognitive Sciences. She is interested in what infants are capable of, how they learn and how their brains develop over time.