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Adam Keppler

Adam graduated Summa Cum Laude with his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (CS) from UCI specializing in Computer Architecture (2017), and subsequently continued on to further his studies in the field with a Master in CS (2020) from the Stanford School of Engineering. To complement his technical skills, Adam expanded his skill set with an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (2022) and graduated with distinction as an Arjay Miller Scholar.

Adam specialized in AI during his Masters and researched conversational AI and chatbot consistency as a member of the Stanford Natural Language Processing (NLP) group. Additionally, Adam has taught a number of classes at Stanford, both in the School of Engineering and GSB, most notably, Adam was the Head Course Assistant (CA) for CS 224U: Natural Language Understanding, where he led a team of 11 CAs to administer a class of 245 students.

Having worked at NVIDIA in multiple different roles and developed a deep understanding of both the hardware and software stack, Adam has developed a holistic approach to programming and software development that includes an understanding of the full ecosystem from the underlying hardware/architecture to the final software application. Adam is currently leading Algo Works, a software development, consulting, and training company.