Henry Wolf makes things with AI.
Henry Wolf is a PhD Candidate and National Science Foundation (NSF) IGERT Fellow of Neurobiology of Language at the University of Connecticut. He is advised by Dr. Jay Rueckl. He co-founded the Deep Learning Research Group at the university with Nicholas Monto and Parker Tichko. He was awarded a Critical Language Scholarship from the Department of State to study Mandarin Chinese at Soochow University in 2015. He participated in the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA) Deep Learning Summer School and the École Polytechnique Data Science Summer School in 2017. He attended Lex Friedman’s Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars course in person at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2018 and was consistently among the top ten on the DeepTraffic leaderboard. He was also certified as an instructor of deep learning for computer vision and appointed a university ambassador by the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI). He expects to graduate in summer 2019.