Rebecca Fiebrink is a Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research lies at the intersection of computer science, human-computer interaction, and the digital arts.
Fiebrink is the developer of the Wekinator system for real-time interactive machine learning (with a new version out this summer!), a co-creator of the Digital Fauvel platform for interactive musicology, and a Co-I on the Horizon 2020-funded RAPID-MIX project on real-time adaptive prototyping for industrial design of multimodal expressive technology. She was previously an Assistant Professor at Princeton University, where she co-directed the Princeton Laptop Orchestra. She has worked with companies including Microsoft Research, Sun Microsystems Research Labs, Imagine Research (acquired by iZotope), and Smule, where she helped to build the #1 iTunes app "I am T-Pain." She holds a PhD in Computer Science from Princeton University.