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I'm Nate Harada, currently working with the computer vision team at Cruise Automation to build better perception systems for robot cars. I used to work at Fitbit in the R&D division, researching how we can apply advanced AI to sensors and health data to make people healthier. Before that I was a grad student at University of Michigan, and before that I did my undergrad at Tufts University. In grad school I worked in Zeeshan Syed's lab, investigating how deep learning can improve our understanding of heart diseases such as atrial fibrillation. My interests extend broadly to applying ML techniques to real world problems.
We recently published work at MICRO 2016 on applying deep sequence learning to static compiler optimization!
I love making things. Check out some of the stuff I've made
Want to hear more about some of the things I've done? Want to chat? Maybe you have a problem that needs solving. Feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime.