Before joining the New York Times, Mike worked at the New York tech company bit.ly, and completed postdoctoral positions at Sheffield, Edinburgh and Columbia Universities.
Mike is a data ambassador for the non-profit organization DataKind, and has published widely on signal processing, machine learning and data visualization.
William Chen is a data scientist at Quora, where he helps grow and share the world’s knowledge. He became a data scientist after finishing his joint degree in Statistics and Applied Math at Harvard, and is part of the first wave of college undergraduates who took data science courses and sought data science jobs straight after graduation. Prior to joining Quora full time, he interned at Quora and Etsy as data interns. He has a passion for telling stories with data, and shares his knowledge extensively on Quora.
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