Austin, Texas - United StatesIndustry
I went to Caltech when I was 16 and graduated when I was 20, spent 10 years in Silicon Valley as a software engineer, then went for a Ph.D. in theoretical physics (loop quantum gravity) because it was the most challenging thing I could imagine. Now I'm in my third career as an entrepreneur.
I am good at
I'm very good at math, which means I understand the underpinnings of machine learning (all that linear algebra - matrix math stuff.) I'm great at figuring out logistics, working with limited resources to make a big impact. I'm creative and persistent.
Skills and Expertise
coding machine learning.