Matt Groh is a PhD student at the MIT Media Lab in the Affective Computing lab. For research, he conceptualizes, prototypes, and evaluates data-driven sociotechnical systems to discover the limits and potentials of human-AI collaboration. This work spans deepfake detection, teledermatology diagnosis, automated emotion recognition, online social influence, the future of work, collective intelligence, and more.
Before MIT, Matt cofounded Proprio Labs and worked as a data scientist at two startups (Qadium, Raise Me), two research organizations (the World Bank and DARPA) and a non-profit (Innovations for Poverty Action). Matt has a master’s degree in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT and a bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College where he majored in economics and minored in Arabic and mathematics. He likes to ride his bicycle.