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I'm a computer science graduate student interested in: games of asymmetric information, information geometry, applications of the above two to biology, ways category theory relates to probability and, in particular, how it can be used to ground a theory of causality for data science.

other interests: music of all sorts, calisthenics and fitness.

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Hi, James! All that sounds great. I wrote a bit about information theory in evolutionary game theory and other aspects of biology. I'd like to do more, but I'm getting spread a bit thin. My student Brendan Fong wrote a nice paper about category theory and Bayesian networks, so the theme of causality is also starting to show up in category theory. There's a lot to think about around here!

`Hi, James! All that sounds great. I wrote a bit about [information theory in evolutionary game theory and other aspects of biology](http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/bio_asu/). I'd like to do more, but I'm getting spread a bit thin. My student Brendan Fong wrote a nice paper about [category theory and Bayesian networks](https://arxiv.org/abs/1301.6201), so the theme of causality is also starting to show up in category theory. There's a lot to think about around here!`