Robert Wright GTRI

Robert Wright

Senior Research Scientist

Robert Wright is a GTRI Senior Research Scientist in the Assured Software and Information Division within the CIPHER laboratory. He has been with GTRI since 2021 and leads research efforts in trustworthy autonomous systems. Wright started his career as a civilian research scientist for the Air Force Research Laboratory where he developed technologies and programs for autonomous command and control systems (2003-2016). In 2014, Wright received his Ph.D. in computer science from Binghamton University for his work in developing RL algorithms that learn efficiently from experience Prior to GTRI (2016-2021), Wright was a principal scientist for Assured Information Security where he was a PI for a number of DARPA and Air Force Research Laboratory efforts researching RL and AI techniques. His work has been published in many top venues and was awarded “Best Paper” at the 2013 European Conference on ML.

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Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research Laboratory
Georgia Tech Research Institute
Research Focus Areas:
  • Autonomous systems
  • Cybersecurity Public Policy
  • Trustworthy AI/ML
  • Additional Research:

    Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Reinforcement Learning, Generative ML, Adversarial Learning, Multi-Agent Systems, Attribution