Studied philosophy as an undergraduate with a focus on the continential tradition. After graduating I co-founded a contemporary art gallery and went on to be the director at a few New York galleries.
Around 2017, I became fascinated with the advances being made in deep learning and began to learn about AI generally. The empiricism of data science combines my philosophical interests with computers.
Full resume here.
"Write, form a rhizome, increase your territory by deterritorialization, extend the line of flight to the point where it becomes an abstract machine covering the entire plane of consistency. "Go first to your old plant and watch carefully the watercourse made by the rain. By now the rain must have carried the seeds far away. Watch the crevices made by the runoff, and from them determine the direction of the flow. Then find the plant that is growing at the farthest point from your plant. All the devil's weed plants that are growing in between are yours. Later... you can extend the size of your territory by following the watercourse from each point along the way."