Gurjeet Singh is a co-founder of Ayasdi, has a Bachelor's degree from Delhi University, and a Master's and Ph.D. degree in Computational Mathematics from Stanford University. Singh first met Co-Founder Gunnar Carlsson at Stanford during his Ph.D. and this led to Singh's graduate work and thesis on the theory, algorithms and applications of Topological Data Analysis (TDA), as well as Singh's participation on Carlsson's DARPA funded research project to study how topology can be applied to solve real world problems.
During this time, Singh designed and developed various TDA algorithms to bring out the shape and meaning of data. This led to the creation of Ayasdi's core technology and machine-learning algorithms. Singh has published academic papers in top mathematics journals and computer science conferences, previously worked at Google and Texas Instruments. He lives in Palo Alto with his wife and son, and develops multi-legged robots in his spare time.
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Last Updated: Mon, Apr 7, 2014
|Video||Big Data is a Meaningless Term||Gurjeet Singh · Ann Miura-Ko||Ayasdi||02:27||02/2014|
|Video||From Academia to Venture||Gurjeet Singh · Ann Miura-Ko||Ayasdi||04:53||02/2014|
|Video||Shaping the Future of Data [Entire Talk]||Gurjeet Singh · Gunnar Carlsson · Ann Miura-Ko||Ayasdi||58:16||02/2014|
|Podcast||Shaping the Future of Data||Gurjeet Singh · Gunnar Carlsson · Ann Miura-Ko||Ayasdi||58:49||02/2014|