Episode 17

Casper Wilstrup - Self-management, transparency and a new kind of AI to revolutionize science

Published on: 16th December, 2022

So it's 2012, and Casper is at the end of a sabbatical he started after leaving the hardware startup he started during his studies, Unispeed, at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen.

Just as he was starting to head back into the job market, deep learning achieved a major breakthrough in object classification, propelling the technology to the heights it is now.

This is also when AI sparked Casper's interest, and he remembered his old idea.

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