Previously I worked at Parity Technologies on decentralised protocols with both public and consortium applications in mind. In particular consensus algorithms and privacy preserving protocols.
I also spent some time at BlueCrest Capital developing financial risk technology, at Purse.io building one of the most popular legitimate Bitcoin use-cases and at BAE Systems designing and creating a proof of concept tactical mesh network for the Morpheus Programme.
At the University of Oxford I worked in the Machine Learning Research Group under Frank Wood. I used a new approach to machine learning based on probabilistic programming (Anglican language) to explore procedural knowledge representation and build a factoid question answering system. Before that I worked on designing a process for saving the essence of human brain digitally.