Chief Technology Officer, DataRobot
Michael Schmidt serves as Chief Technology Officer of DataRobot, where he is responsible for pioneering the next frontier of the company’s cutting-edge technology. Schmidt joined DataRobot in 2017 following the company’s acquisition of Nutonian, a machine learning company he founded and led, and has been instrumental to successful product launches, including Automated Time Series. Schmidt earned his PhD from Cornell University, where his research focused on automated machine learning, artificial intelligence, and applied math. He lives in Washington, DC.
Posts by Michael Schmidt
DataRobot and Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service modernize data science with conversational AI for better understanding and adoption of AI use cases.
Genetic or evolutionary algorithms mimic natural selection, by eliminating weaker solutions to a given problem and allowing the stronger ones to be developed into future generations of possible solutions. Eureqa uses this approach to mimic the scientific process.
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True Story About Eureqa The idea of computers helping to make scientific discoveries is incredibly fascinating to me. My advisor at Cornell (and advisor on Eureqa), Hod Lipson, once joked to me “maybe all the laws of physics are elegant and beautiful because that’s all that human minds can ever hope to understand.” Along with Hod and another brilliant educator,…