I'm a researcher and consultant specializing on artificial intelligence, including deep learning methods for computer vision, deep reinforcement learning, and generative adversarial networks. I have lectured widely (most recently at Cambridge University and at the London School of Economics) on technical aspects of artificial intelligence and on disruption. I have done extensive consulting work in healthcare, pharma, legal tech, agriculture, ad tech, and finance as well as held advisory roles for startups.
After my PhD, I joined Berkeley's department of electrical engineering and computer science as post doctoral fellow under the supervision of Prof. Kurt Keutzer and then I taught entrepreneurship and machine learning at Berkeley's Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.
Between 2013 and 2015, in my spare time I co-founded and was technology officer of the University of California at Berkeley's Humanities and Social Sciences Association (hssa.berkeley.edu), which grew to 2000 members in our first year of operation.