I have given talks at venues ranging from academic and industry conferences to TED events

TEDxBerkeley: Why it's not your fault you're sharing too much online

A TED talk I was invited to give at TEDxBerkeley about the increasingly public digital lives we are being nudged into living. I discuss what's causing people to inadvertently reveal large parts of their lives online, why it's a problem, and what we can do about it.


MLConf Atlanta: High Performance Deep Learning on Edge Devices With Apache MXNet

A talk I was invited to give at MLConf in Atlanta on how using AWS services and MXNet's specialized features for deploying deep learning on IoT, mobile and embedded devices can provide new flexibility as well as cost savings for computer vision algorithms by moving them out of the cloud and onto edge devices


ICML 2017: Distributed Deep Learning with MxNet Gluon

A workshop co-presented with professor Alex Smola at ICML 2017 in Sydney demonstrating the Gluon machine learning framework created by our research team at AWS deep learning.


Harvard Club of Seattle: 125th Anniversary Dinner Keynote

A 1-on-1 discussion with Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff about leadership and technology that I was invited to moderate for the Harvard Club of Seattle's Anniversary dinner.


High-Performance Deep Learning On Embedded Devices

A technical workshop I was invited to co-present with a collaborator from NVIDIA's at their GTC conference, covering how the Apache MXNet framework can be deployed across a variety of IoT devices, such as the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 platform and how AWS services can be used to manage, coordinate and monitor deep learning models running on these devices.


AWS Summit Berlin: How to build a deep learning model that works on edge devices

A technical demo developed and co-presented with a collaborator from NVIDIA at the AWS Berlin Summit showing a deep network based computer vision models running in real time on a Rasberry Pi 3 and an NVIDIA Jetson TX2 coordinated with AWS's IoT service


How to Scrape the Internet: Uncovering Privacy Leaks and Holding Tech Companies Accountable

A talk I gave at the Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Science on what a privacy leak is, the dangers it can present to users, the root causes that cause it to exist, and how to pratically uncover leaks in the wild using a series of different tools and methods.