Jing Conan Wang is a Principal Scientist and leads the machine learning modeling of Intellimize, whose AI dynamically personalizes mobile and desktop websites for each unique visitor in real time – moving prospects quickly through customers’ funnel and increasing conversion rates.

He was a Senior Engineer at Google Brain and worked on improving recommender systems using reinforcement learning and deep learning between 2018 and 2019. Prior to Google Brain, he worked at Google Ads between 2014 and 2017, where he drove 20+ modeling launches that bring Google more than $200M revenue annually. He obtained Ph.D. degree from Boston University (advisor: Yannis Paschalidis) and B.E degree from Huazhong Univ. of Sci. and Tech.

He has good knowledge of mathematical modeling. He received prize of Honorable Mention in Mathematical Contest in Modeling (MCM) 2009, and second prize in Chinese Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling (CUMCM) 2009. He has extensive experience of research and open source development. He was a participant of Google Summer of Code 2012 and a mentor for Google Summer of Code 2013, both for the Honeynet project. He was a finalist of Microsoft Young Fellow in 2009.


Blog Posts

What AI practitioners could learn from Tesla

This is the second blog about Tesla, please also read the blog of The Rise and Fall of a Great Inventor if you are interested to learn more about Tesla’s life. Tesla is one of the key figures in the early evolution of the electrical industry. Tesla has good showmanship and is very good at […]

The Rise and Fall of a Great Inventor

Recently I finished the book “Tesla: Inventor of Electrical Age” by W. Bernard Carlson and I highly recommend this book. I will write multiple blogs about the book and this first one will focus on historical facts and my thoughts on the rise and fall of Tesla. Nikola Tesla was born in 1856 in the […]

Why we need to fight unitedly and what we should learn from Wuhan

I know it is hard to be spared from covid19 news but please pardon me for another one. The virus, now officially declared as a global pandemic, has turned the world upside down in the past months. More than 200K people have been infected and 10K people have died, with the number drastically increasing day […]

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