Daniel Will George

Hello! I am a teacher and engineer. I have an MS from Stanford University in Computer Science, with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence. I received my undergraduate degree from Illinois Wesleyan University.

Today, I am a software engineer focused on machine learning systems at Amazon. Before that, I worked on AI architecture and strategy at Microsoft Research. My main interests are in machine learning systems hardware, design and optimization. Please feel free to find me on LinkedIn, and here's a recent CV.

I teach CS253, Software Development, at Illinois Wesleyan University, and I love my golden retriever and three rescued cats.

Email: georgedw [at] stanford.edu


Daniel Will George is a teacher and engineer. Daniel studied as an undergraduate at Illinois Wesleyan University on a scholarship for Trumpet Performance.

Today, Daniel is studying Computer Science at Stanford University, with a concentration in Artificial Intelligence, while working as a software engineer for Microsoft Research. He is interested in randomized algorithms, the theory of computation, and natural language processing.


CS265: Randomized Algorithms & Probabilistic Analysis

CS224N: Natural Language Processing with Deep Learning

CS221: Artificial Intelligence: Principles and Techniques

CS161: Design & Analysis of Algorithms

CS103: Mathematical Foundations of Computing

CS144: Introduction to Computer Networking

CS140: Operating Systems

CS110: Principles of Computer Systems

CS107: Computer Organization & Systems

CS106B: Programming Abstractions

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