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Milan Mossé
Philosophy Hall, UC Berkeley

Hello! Currently, I'm a philosophy PhD student at UC Berkeley, advised by Johann Frick and R. Jay Wallace. Before that, I did my undergrad in math and philosophy at Stanford, with a thesis advised by Michael Bratman and Barry Maguire.

Collaborators: Noah Goodman, Duligur Ibeling, Thomas Icard, Krzysztof Mierzewski, Chris Piech, Harry Sha, Li-Yang Tan, Mike Wu, Daniel Yamins, and Chengxu Zhuang.


Probing the Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Probabilistic Reasoning
Duligur Ibeling, Thomas Icard, Krzysztof Mierzewski, Milan Mossé
APAL (forthcoming) (pdf)

Multiplicative Metric Fairness Under Composition
Milan Mossé
FORC 2023 (pdf)

Is Causal Reasoning Harder than Probabilistic Reasoning?
Milan Mossé, Duligur Ibeling, Thomas Icard
RSL 2022 (pdf) (van der Zander, Bläser, and Liśkiewicz 2023)

A Generalization of the Satisfiability Coding Lemma and Its Applications
Milan Mossé, Harry Sha, Li-Yang Tan
SAT 2022 (pdf) (best theory paper award)

Conditional Negative Sampling for Contrastive Learning of Visual Representations
Mike Wu, Milan Mossé, Chengxu Zhuang, Daniel Yamins, Noah Goodman
ICLR 2021 (pdf)

Zero Shot Learning for CodeEducation: Rubric Sampling with Deep Learning Inference
Mike Wu, Milan Mossé, Noah Goodman, Chris Piech
AAAI 2019 (pdf) (outstanding student paper award)