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Dave is the product lead for Google Photos.
Previously, David was CEO and co-founder of Bump. Bump let users physically bump mobile phones together to exchange contact information, photos and more. Bump was one of the most-popular apps of all time, with more than 150M downloads worldwide. Bump was funded by YC, SV Angel / Ron Conway, Sequoia, Ram Shriram, and a16z and was acquired by Google in September 2013. http://bu.mp
Bump also created Flock, an early background app that inferred photo sharing intent based on mobile sensor data and social signals. http://theflockapp.com
Previously, David designed algorithms at Texas Instruments, where he helped develop digital display devices for projectors and large-screen televisions.
Prior to TI, David taught robotic vehicles to see, learn, and drive themselves while a research assistant in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab under Sebastian Thrun and the Graphics Lab under Marc Levoy.
David holds a masters in EE/CS from Stanford and an undergraduate degree in EE/CS from Princeton, where he also pitched on the baseball team.
|Mar 22, 2016||Wired News - Google Photos Now Builds Perfect Vacation Albums on Its Own|
|Dec 10, 2015||USA Today Money - Google brings shared albums to Photos|
|Dec 10, 2015||TechCrunch - Google Photos Gets Easy-To-Use Shared Albums|
|Apr 2, 2015||FinSMEs - Honor Raises $20M in Funding|
|Jan 31, 2015||The Next Web - The Next Web|
|Jan 6, 2014||eWeek - Google Acquires Bitspin, Maker of the Timely Alarm Clock App|
|Jan 2, 2014||TechWeek Europe - Google Bumps Off Bump Mobile Sharing App|
|Jan 2, 2014||ZD Net - Google shuts down Bump app for iPhone and Android|