Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Lovelace AI
Andrew is the founder and CEO of Lovelace AI. Lovelace is a new startup, currently in stealth mode, dedicated to providing AI to support national security missions. Prior to Lovelace, Andrew spent his career in roles within Google and within Carnegie Mellon University. He was General Manager and Vice President for the AI division of Google Cloud, responsible for products such as Vertex AI platform, Contact Center AI, Anti Money Laundering AI, Vertex AI Computer Vision suite and AI applications in Logistics. Before that, Andrew was Dean of the School of Computer Science at CMU, and prior to his deanship, founded the Google Pittsburgh office. Andrew began his career as a professor of Computer Science and Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. His main technology interests are the underlying algorithmic issues in applying classical statistics and probability for rational decision making based on colossal amounts of real time data.

Speaking at:

Opening Keynote: Responsible AI: Prioritizing Patient Safety, Privacy, and Ethical Considerations
Tuesday, April 18 at 8:30 am - 10:00 am
West Building, Level 3 | Skyline Ballroom | W375 Details