Multipart article about why the Semantic Web failed, and a concrete illustration of the difficulty inherent in building out something like the Semantic Web. Part 1 is background about the Protege project and why the Semantic Web was exciting to me in the early 2000’s.
From 1998 to 2001, I worked as an AI Researcher at Stanford (more precisely, at Stanford Medical Informatics). I worked on the Protege knowledge representation framework.
This is a brief discussion of what I did (and why), with links to papers and talks.
This is a collection of four talks given at the now defunct Yetizen accelerator (where I was a mentor).
They are mainly about analytics, vendor management, and how to be a vendor in the gaming industry. The content consists of brief descriptions of the talks and links to the slideshare presentations.
This is a collection of three talks talks given in 2016 / 2017. They are mainly about about managing software startups in Silicon Valley. The content consists of brief descriptions of the talks and links to the slideshare presentations.