- Machine learning
- Data science
Ramtin is Axiom Zen’s data processor polyglot.
His experience as a research assistant and lab administrator at Simon Fraser University’s Natural Language Processing Lab was spent investigating how machines can learn language translation.
Though most people would relish becoming a Master of Computer Sciences, Ramtin wanted retribution; after spending an enormous amount of time and effort learning programming languages, he decided it was time to teach computers to understand the human equivalent.
Ramtin gets his revenge at Axiom Zen. As part of the Timeline team, he helped improve the context engine that powers the product. Now, he’s either leading our AI Task Force or applying state-of-the-art machine learning techniques to Axiom Zen’s ongoing projects.
It’s no wonder Ramtin became fascinated by machine learning; those techniques solve problems and make products smarter, two qualities Axiom Zen’s team members associate with the man himself.
- Fixing things
- Reading Persian poems