I have devoted my life at MIT to cutting edge technologies like big data and deep learning. I want to use these crazy new tools to really make an impact on society. I started my first company at the age of 17. I used to love playing music before I came to MIT, but with this courseload? Forget about it. That's a good thing, too, since hobbies only detract from precious work-time. Nowadays, whenever I want to relive the good-old days, I just whip up a neural net to make music for me. Some people use the term "technilogical optimism" like it's a bad thing. Not me. I believe technology can solve all of our biggest problems. Where would we be without the iPad?
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