I work on the aloha open source project I started at eHarmony where I was a Senior Machine Learning engineer. I am also working on scifn (pronounced ˈsīfən) as a way of synthesizing functions from string descriptions. scifn will hopefully act as a replacement to aloha’s code generation module.

Check out deaktator @ github. I also have a cool repository on techniques for rewarding and penalizing matches edges in bipartite graph max-flow problems. See my maxflow-problems github repo for more information.

Take a look at the slides from my Testing in an Unsure World talk I gave at eHarmony.