Matt Groh is an assistant professor at Northwestern University in the Management and Organizations department at the Kellogg School of Management and by courtesy in the Computer Science department at the McCormick School of Engineering. He is also a core faculty member of Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO). His research examines the dynamics of human-AI collaboration with a focus on deepfake detection, medical diagnosis, and empathic communication. His research appears in peer-reviewed publications including Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Nature Medicine, Science, Computer Supported Collaborative Work, Affective Computing and Intelligent Interactions, and the Communications of the ACM among others. Matt has a BA from Middlebury College where he majored in economics and minored in Arabic and mathematics and an MA and PhD from MIT in Media Arts and Sciences. Before completing his PhD at MIT, Matt worked as a data scientist across a number of startups, non-profits, and the government.