Daniel is a doctoral student in the Computer Science department and he is jointly supervised by Prof. Marina Jirotka (Human-Centred Computing group) and Dr. Lars Kunze (Cognitive Robotics group at the Oxford Robotics Institute). He joined the University of Oxford after obtaining a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Ilorin, and a master's degree in Information Technology from Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on categorizing explanations and developing post-hoc explanations for autonomous driving.
Towards Accountability: Providing Intelligible Explanations in Autonomous Driving
Daniel Omeiza‚ Helena Webb‚ Marina Jirotka and Lars Kunze
Proceedings of the 32nd IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium. July, 2021.
Assessing and Explaining Collision Risk in Dynamic Environments for Autonomous Driving Safety
Richa Nahata‚ Daniel Omeiza‚ Rhys Howard and Lars Kunze
Why Not Explain? Effects of Explanations on Human Perceptions of Autonomous Driving
Daniel Omeiza‚ Konrad Kollnig‚ Helena Webb‚ Marina Jirotka and Lars Kunze
In Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts. 2021.