And his illimitable philomathy
Starting full-time as a Facebook Engineer/Data Scientist.
Developing an online platform to help the Oxford and global community.
Research at the University of Oxford: developing a new programming framework to bridge the gap between Probabilistic Programming and Probabilistic Databases with Dan Olteanu.
Graduated with the title of MMathCompSci - Master of Mathematics and Computer Science at University College, University of Oxford.
Encouraging research into the nature, characteristics, and uses of intelligence at Mensa, the high IQ society.
Organising, managing and overseeing speaker events on the topics of transhumanism, life extension, emerging technologies, augmented reality, systemic failures, cognitive enhancement and more in the Oxford Transhumanism & Emerging Technologies.
Writing news for a popular pro-free-speech student website. Topics of interest include study drugs, student politics and education efficiency.
Organising events, serving as the contact point for University of Oxford students interested in working for Facebook.
Director of Constructive Events responsible for organising workshops and meetups at the Oxford Entrepreneurs - the world's largest student-run entrepreneurial society.
Spreading knowledge via weekly doses of curiosity - working in a team of highly motivated scientists to produce catchy headlines and articles.
Managing finances of the Oxford University Scientific Society - the oldest student-run scientific society in the world.
On the organising team of the largest entrepreneurship conference in Oxford. Takes place every year in early spring.
Used the Anglican probabilistic programming framework to simulate student queueing behaviour. The aim was to quantify the students' wasted time when the University College buttery opens late.
Completed the Forbes best internship for 2014 as a Growth hacker in the Facebook Headquarters. Researched friending to improve friend recommendations.
Prepared and lead a Learn to Code workshop specifically designed for the audience of the Oxford Women in Business society (OxWIB). Twice.
Head engineer of Oxford Entrepreneurs Fort, a free service that connects starting entrepreneurs and VCs - together with Taimur.
Designing and leading workshops to teach people of a wide range of skillsets how to code their own websites, covering the basics, Rails backend and the beauties of bootstrapping together with Sam and Owen
Red Gate backend-internship project: Design and development of an auto-emailing system for transactional emails for a cloud-storage-management tool. Included were design of system attributes, engineering the server and connection, composing emails to reach the customers
Lexity (now Yahoo! Commerce Central) backend-internship project: Developed the base of an API and a Ruby gem to enable 3rd party app development for the awesome Lexity marketing platform
Design and marketing for the Oxford Transhumanism & Emerging Technologies society
Internal reminder system for Red Gate that automatically synchronises with the company's meeting database and reminds people solely via cellular network. The project has been awarded a Red Gate Down-Tools-Week prize
A nice, simple, clear intro page for the Galileo School website and a summer school signup system built from scratch.
A very early creation, yet still in use: a simple homework-helping website
Tons of possible applications to everyday lives + the big goal: a conscious machine. Currently downloading the knowledge from the University of Oxford
Feature recognition and categorising our ideas and percepts seems so natural to us, but explain that to a machine! That's what I'm trying to do at the University of Oxford
A human is awesome... but with WiFi even better! Plant an Internet chip into me and call me a superhuman. I believe in a technohuman future and the Singularity. As a president of OxTET, I spread the latest news, spark ideas and debates and I am looking to contribute to the trend
Think of anything you want to accomplish. Can you do it? Is it possible at all? How? How fast? Leads to automatisation and a better understanding of the world in general. Computing it at the University of Oxford
Life is a game - a probabilistic one as far as our limited perception goes. Figuring out the optimal strategies at the University of Oxford and Coursera (scored 100% on one of the courses)
The truth and perfection in its purest form. Beautiful, constant, yet still deep and mysterious. Makes me tick at the University of Oxford
Nature has had so much time to figure stuff out - why reinvent consciousness from scratch? Training my neurons at EdX
What is the right thing to do? It's much harder to answer than I previously thought. Read 2 books, about 10 essays, done a course on EdX and still going
Think of anything that could happen - it's probably happening somewhere in the world right now. I keep thinking about really cool stuff and I want to see all of it and talk to the people involved. Visited 50+ countries, speak 5+ languages
Best of humanity's elegance and passion, dance sport, keeps me fit. I won the 3rd and 4th places in beginners' Quickstep and Waltz in Blackpool and I am up for more
I hate alcohol... but I love the taste of an olive-infused Dry-Gin Martini or a fresh flowery Aviation. The amount of literature I read on mixology is very comparable to the amount of maths I've read. And my cocktails are AWESOME - ask me for one the next time you see me :)