Gabriele Fariello

I love all things computery and information technology related. I am passionate about data science and machine learning, accelerating and enabling science and education and I live to make the world a better place one byte at a time.

I am teaching CSCI E-86 "Building the Brain: A survey of Artificial Intelligence" again this Spring Semester 2018. If you want to know what the current state of AI is, how it compares to the brain, and what it all means for humanity, check it out. It's a fun course to teach and I hear it's not all too bad to attend either.

I am currently Chief Information and Technology Officer for a startup called SmartPoints Medical, Inc. and continue to be an instructor and researcher at Harvard for as long as they let me.

Previously, I was Assistant Dean for Computing and Chief Information Officer of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Head of Neuroinformatics at Harvard University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Director of Clinical Research Informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital, etc. etc. etc.

I have had the honor and privileg of co-chairing the IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics and managed to sneak a Nature paper into my CV with the help of Avram Holmes and Randy Buckner.

I have had the distinct pleasure of working with some of the world greats in computational biology, bioinformatics and biostatistics, neuroscience, psychology and neurology, computer science, information theory, artificial intelligence, and data science. I am always humbled when they invite be back.