Max Woolf (@minimaxir) is a Data Scientist at BuzzFeed in San Francisco. In his spare time, Max uses Python to gather data from public data sources and R/ggplot2 to plot plenty of pretty charts from that data. On special occasions, he uses TensorFlow/Keras for fancy deep learning projects.
BuzzFeed, 2017 - Present
Software QA Engineer
Apple Inc., 2012 - 2017
A small sample of my open-sourced projects
The Big List of Naughty Strings is a list of strings which have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data.
Automatically “block” people in images (like Black Mirror) using a pretrained neural network.