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The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

http://ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/555192.png

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

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Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

http://ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://meta.ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/555192.png

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

http://ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/555192.png

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

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Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

http://ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://meta.ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/555192.png

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

http://ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://meta.ai.stackexchange.com/users/flair/10.png http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/555192.png

Notes:

The second most voted and active user, data scientist with the right skillset across different AI branches. His answers are reliable and interesting. His skills can be a great asset to improve quality of this site.

EDIT by Matthew Graves: Thanks for the nomination! I'm pleased to accept it. I'm interested in helping this site help people better understand AI and the issues surrounding it, both through direct effort and community building. I've been clearing out review queues here as soon as I got access to them, and that's typically the first thing I check after my comment inbox.

I'm currently in Austin, Texas, and so would typically be online from to about noon to 2am UTC. I've been doing machine-learning related work for, depending on how you count it, about 8 years now, mostly as a student but now also as a data scientist. My research effort has mostly been in numerical optimization, machine reliability, and time series analysis, rounded out by my personal interests in psychology, economics, and philosophy. I've been interested in intelligence for as long as I can remember, and that grew to encompass artificial intelligence as soon as I was introduced to it.

To a large degree I 'grew up on the internet'; forum-posting has been a major hobby for over half of my life at this point. I've consistently had a reputation for being polite, calm, and open-minded; qualities that I hope would serve me well as a moderator.

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