Gonzalo Ramos is currently a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research at Redmond. Before that, he worked as a Senior Design Technologist and UX Scientist at Amazon, and as a Scientist at Microsoft. In 2007, he received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto, Dynamic Projects Lab, where he developed and studied novel ways people interact with information and computers. His current research areas include advancing the state of the art on interactive machine learning and teaching, with an emphasis in augmenting people’s ability to perform complex tasks, through innovations at the intersection of HCI research, machine learning, and design. He is a co-developer of Interactive Machine Teaching, a perspective about how one can design and build interactive People+ML systems, in a way that increases end-users’ (with no ML expertise) agency and understanding about the outcomes of such systems.