A self-taught Machine Learning Engineer who lives on the internet with an uncurable desire to take long walks and fill up blank pages.
My experience in machine learning comes from working at one of Australia's fastest-growing artificial intelligence agencies, Max Kelsen.
I've worked on machine learning and data problems across a wide range of industries including healthcare, eCommerce, finance, retail and more.
Two of my favourite projects include building a machine learning model to extract information from doctors notes for one of Australia's leading medical research facilities, as well as building a natural language model to assess insurance claims for one of Australia's largest insurance groups.
Due to the performance of the natural language model (a model which reads insurance claims and decides which party is at fault), the insurance company were able to reduce their daily assessment load by up to 2,500 claims.
My long-term goal is to combine my knowledge of machine learning and my background in nutrition to work towards answering the question "what should I eat?".
Aside from building machine learning models on my own, I love writing about and making videos on the process. My articles and videos on machine learning on Medium, personal blog and YouTube have collectively received over 5-million views.
I love nothing more than a complicated topic explained in an entertaining and educative matter. I know what it's like to try and learn a new topic, online and on your own. So I pour my soul into making sure my creations are accessible as possible.
My modus operandi (a fancy term for my way of doing things) is learning to create and creating to learn. If you know the Japanese word for this concept, please let me know.
Questions are always welcome.