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CEO and founder
Diego Oppenheimer, founder and CEO of Algorithmia, is an entrepreneur and product developer with extensive background in all things data. Prior to founding Algorithmia he designed, managed and shipped some of Microsoft’s most used data analysis products including Excel, Power Pivot, SQL Server and Power BI.
Diego holds a Bachelors degree in Information Systems and a Masters degree in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics from Carnegie Mellon University.
CTO and founder
Kenny Daniel is founder and CTO of Algorithmia. He came up with the idea for Algorithmia while working on his PhD and seeing the plethora of algorithms that never saw the light of day. Kenny’s goal with Algorithmia is to accelerate AI development by creating a marketplace where algorithm developers can share their creations and application developers can make their applications smarter by incorporating the latest machine-learning algorithms. Kenny has also worked with companies like wine enthusiast app Delectable to build out their deep learning-based image recognition systems. It was during this time that Kenny saw the possibilities of what can be achieved when companies have access to state-of-the-art AI tools. Kenny holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Southern California, where he studied artificial intelligence and mechanism design.
Developer Evangelist and Software Engineer
Stephanie Kim tries to build useful things and enjoys finding stories in data using Python and R. Her focus is NLP and data mining trying to discern user trouble spots in unstructured text content and currently dabbles with predictive analytics using machine learning. She is currently spending her time at Algorithmia, an open marketplace for algorithmic microservices as their Developer Evangelist. She is the founder of Seattle PyLadies and loves learning and applying statistics to random datasets such as fisheries and streamflow data in her spare time.