Jasmin Leveille

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Information Scientist
Washington Office


Ph.D. in cognitive and neural systems, Boston University; M.S. in evolutionary and adaptive systems, University of Sussex; B.S. in psychology (major) and mathematics (minor), University of Montreal; B.S. in pure and applied mathematics, University of Montreal


Jasmin Léveillé is an information scientist at RAND Corporation where his work focuses on topics related to artificial intelligence. He was previously a Lead Research Scientist at Scientific Systems Company Inc (SSCI), where he led R&D efforts in machine learning to enable autonomy in small Unmanned Aerial Systems and other types of aerial platforms. He also led data science research programs on topics ranging from the use of open source data to understand the causes of deterrence in the Gray Zone, to landmine detection and classification.




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