I'm an Oxbridge computer science & artificial intelligence PhD with an entrepreneurial spark.
I'm passionate about computing, so I went on to major in computer science at Cambridge. Then I got attracted by AI, and went on to do a PhD in computer vision/deep learning at Oxford with Prof Andrew Zisserman (on human pose and gesture recognition).
I'm particularly attracted to moonshots: high-risk high-reward tech projects that tackle socially important problems.
Before taking up the position at Oxford, I started pioneering computer vision research into recognising facial micro-expressions (very short facial expressions that can be used for lie detection), resulting in a patent and lots of press. I have also interned with Google in Mountain View, CA, and have worked as the chief data scientist with a startup to take many cool product ideas from conception to launch. I also consult in computer vision and deep learning.
In my spare time I like flying (I'm training for my private pilot license) and `driving' horses.