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Alex Wiltschko


Alex Wiltschko is a research scientist at Google Brain, focusing on building more flexible machine learning software systems, and also applications of machine learning to biology. He has helped build several machine learning libraries, including torch-autograd, and Tangent, a compiler-based autodiff library for Python at Google. He completed his PhD in Neurobiology at Harvard, focusing on quantifying behavior and body language using depth cameras and nonparametric time-series modeling.

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