I’m a recent MIT graduate, where I was working under the supervision of Iyad Rahwan in the Scalable Cooperation research group. My research focused on how machine learning can be used to analyze large-scale phenomena involving human behavior (e.g. opinions, racism, toxicity). One of my deep learning models that I open-sourced is now used by companies to serve 300M+ daily users. In 2018, I was awarded the Marvin Minsky Fellowship for my AI research.

My attention has turned to our startup Rune, where I’m cofounder and CTO. Rune is a mobile app for gamers to find fun people to play with. We connect you on voice chat with teammates that fit your personality and playing style, thereby facilitating the crucial social aspect of multiplayer gaming. Rune was part of YCombinator Winter 2019.

Collaborators at MIT include Nick Obradovich, Alex 'Sandy' PentlandRebecca Saxe and Joshua Tenenbaum.

Collaborators outside of MIT include Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye (Imperial College London), Sune Lehmann (Technical University of Denmark) and Alan Mislove (Northeastern University).

You can find my (somewhat outdated) resume here.