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A brief history: I received my BS (1995), MEng (1997), and PhD (2002) all from MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.  I did my graduate work at the Media Lab with Professor Alex Pentland.  My doctoral thesis, "Conversational Scene Analysis," examined how machine learning and signal processing techniques could be used to understand the structure of conversational interactions from auditory signals without recognizing words.  The common thread through all of my work to date has been the combination of human interaction and machine learning; fortunately there are an endless array of application areas of this ilk, especially if one is flexible in one's definition of  interaction.

   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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