In 2015, the company I co-founded taught the world's largest and most innovative Algebra and Geometry classes.
We had nearly 30,000 students in one semester, and students in almost every country!
Ever asked Google an open-ended, natural language question and gotten a paragraph back as a response?
I'm the one who invented that!
I've performed the violin in Carnegie Hall 14 times.
13 of those times was as a second violin.
I'm an inventor on a bunch of patents.
- US 9063983B1: Detecting name-triggering queries
- US 9116996B1: Reverse question answering
- US 9123338B1: Background audio identification for speech disambiguation
- US 9081814B1: Using an entity database to answer entity-triggering queries
- US 20100306223: Rankings in Search Results with User Corrections
- US 8560468: Learning expected values for facts
- US 8682647: Systems and methods for answering complex questions with mined natural language search results
- US 20140098142: System and method for generation and manipulation of a curve in a dynamic graph based on user input
- US 20140149496: System and Method for Recording and Playback of Interactions on a Computing Device
- CA 2764157A1: Searching methods and devices
The actual list is longer, but I'll be retired by the time the USPTO looks at them.
Since I started running in 2008, I've burned about 994126 calories.
That's 18886 laps of swimming, 4519 miles of cycling, and 5704 miles of running!
My team entered an MIT robot competition in 2006.
Our top priority was to build a robot that taunted the other robots.
I am the fastest John Lee in New York City.
Cumulative average speed during the 2014 NYC Marathon
I wrote a widely-used computer vision library, which is cited by a popular textbook.
It's also been repeatedly plagiarized by Chinese programmers. Joke's on them — that code is so 2007.