Steven Cutting, senior Support vector machine developerView Profile
Steven Cutting5.0
Freelance Support vector machine developer in Los Angeles, United States

Let me help solve your toughest problems.

I pride myself on my ability to write solid, well documented and fully tested software. With the projects that I have worked on, my software has not only needed to hold up to use by its users, it has also needed to be able to withstand scrutiny in court. As a result, I take writing quality code very seriously. Over the last few years I have worked on creating a platform to revolutionize the way that investigators (of all kinds) explore unstructured data, primarily text documents. I did this by taking advantage of the latest technologies and techniques in information retrieval and natural language processing. I also created a simple yet powerful language that allows investigators to ask deeper questions of the data. The end result of all of that effort is a system that allowed a forensic ...
Samuel Ainsworth, Support vector machine dev and freelancerView Profile
Samuel Ainsworth
Freelance Support vector machine developer in Seattle, United States

ex-Intern at The New York Times and Google. Machine learning and functional programming nut.

Jay Alchy, freelance Support vector machine programmerView Profile
Jay Alchy5.0
Freelance Support vector machine developer in Canton, United States

All Around Software Enthusiast

I am a recent grad who has been writing software since I was 14. I love software and I love the intuition about software if taught right. I am currently an integrations engineer but I also work side projects using Unreal Engine, C#, and any stack I feel I want to improve in. I pick up languages like candy and enjoy helping others learn how to pick them up quickly and easily too.
Tsung-Hsien Wen, Support vector machine software engineerView Profile
Tsung-Hsien Wen
Freelance Support vector machine developer in Cambridge, United Kingdom

Natural Language & speech reserach student, University of Cambridge

Graduate Student at University of Cambridge
David Freelan, top Support vector machine developerView Profile
David Freelan
Freelance Support vector machine developer in Fairfax, United States

PhD student: Java and Artificial Intelligence specialist

I am a PhD student at George Mason University, currently studying Multi-agent systems, Robotics, Monte Carlo Tree search, and deep learning. I am currently most interested in alphaGo, and trying smaller scale experiments similar to alphaGo for different games.

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