- Google Senior Fellow, present
Prior to joining Google, I was at DEC/Compaq's Western Research Laboratory, where I worked on profiling tools, microprocessor architecture, and information retrieval. Prior to graduate school, I worked at the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, developing software for statistical modeling and forecasting of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
I earned a B.S. in computer science and economics (summa cum laude) from the University of Minnesota and received a Ph.D. and a M.S. in computer science from the University of Washington. I was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2009, which recognized my work on "the science and engineering of large-scale distributed computer systems."
- University of WashingtonComputer Science
- University of MinnesotaComputer Science and Economics
Edit: Weird. I reshared a post, but it didn't seem to include the original post. It was a link to: https://medium.com/@padlet/an-honest-guide-to-the-san-francisco-startup-life-6df13d23689
Lots of bandwidth is especially useful for distributed training of large neural networks, among other things.
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