Things I’m Involved In

Nightingale is an initiative to help build computational medicine: a new field at the intersection of medicine, statistics, and computation.  Fields like computer vision and natural language have benefitted from shared data where researchers can compete and collaborate on problems identified to be of high value.  Our mission is to revolutionize the field of computational medicine by connecting world-class researchers to forward-thinking medical systems. Find out more here.

Big data now permeates all areas of social science and business, making data science central to research and education in virtually all disciplines at The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. The Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence is bringing together researchers from across Booth and the University to create revolutionary advances in the applications of AI. Our work touches fields as diverse as finance, healthcare, public policy, education, and behavioral science.

I’m a co-founder of Pique, an app that changes how people read books and learn.

I’m also a co-founder of Dandelion, a company that catalyzes AI in healthcare.  Dandelion combines high fidelity data with a streamlined platform to allow innovators to develop AI models in a fraction of the time and effort it currently requires.

I regularly write for The New York Times.  You can see articles under my byline here.