Rich Washington

Rich Washington is a Software Engineer at Google in Paris, France. His current work is on Operations Research. Previously within Google he worked on YouTube video annotation, web search quality, spelling correction, and biologically-inspired vision algorithms. From 1997-2004 he worked at NASA Ames Research Center on Mars rover autonomy and plan execution. He holds a BA in Mathematics from Johns Hopkins University and a PhD in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) from Stanford University.

Google Publications

Previous Publications


    Dynamic Programming for Structured Continuous Markov Decision Problems

    Zhengzhu Feng, Richard Dearden, Nicolas Meuleau, Richard Washington

    UAI (2004), pp. 154-161


    Planning Under Continuous Time and Resource Uncertainty: A Challenge for AI

    John L. Bresina, Richard Dearden, Nicolas Meuleau, Sailesh Ramakrishnan, David E. Smith, Richard Washington

    Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (2002), pp. 77-84


    Plan Execution, Monitoring, and Adaptation for Planetary Rovers

    Richard Washington, Keith Golden, John L. Bresina

    Electron. Trans. Artif. Intell., vol. 4 (2000), pp. 3-21