David, founder, spent ten years as a researcher in algebra & geometry at leading institutions (Yale University, CNRS, as well as visiting positions in Moscow and Kyoto). In 2008, he took a break from academia to explore machine learning and digital marketing.
He founded tinyclues after realizing that mainstream approaches to data-mining in relational databases were mathematically wrong.
He holds a PhD in pure mathematics.
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