I obtained my PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from UC-Berkeley (Class of 2008) under the guidance of Shankar Sastry, with an emphasis in computer vision and machine learning. After PhD, I went to work on high-throughput bioinformatics problems with Gene Myers at Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus, and later continued there as an independent investigator in computational neuroscience. The industrial success of one of my inventions (SmartVision technology) brought me back to SF bay area to work at Instart Logic Inc. After helping the SmartVision-driven image delivery product grow from 3K images per day to 3 billion plus images a day, I built the Data Science and Machine Learning group at Instart Logic Inc from the ground up that I now lead and manage. Our team is focused on creating data-driven algorithms and innovative product features that optimize web application delivery. My work at Instart Logic created two flagship products (SmartVision and Helios), multiple patents and won 2017 ACM-SigComm Internet-QoE best paper award. When I am not busy designing algorithms to mimic human perception, I enjoy being a dad to my two young kids and perfecting new ways to make them laugh.