Alex leads Kira Systems' products, technology, and research. He holds a Ph.D and M.Math degrees in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, and a B.Sc. from the University of Toronto in Physics and Computer Science. His past research in the field of bioinformatics focused on finding similarities between DNA sequences. He was heavily involved with the human genome project. He has also worked in the areas of proof systems and database query compilation.
Articles written by Alexander Hudek
Contracts govern many relationships in the public sphere, including those between governments and the people who serve them. Local and regional governments often have contracts in place with the labor unions that represent groups of employees, like police, teachers, and transportation workers.
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Kira technology uses machine learning to extract important information from contracts. We refer to our approach as “Scalable Machine Learning,” and with that phrase we distinguish our software from both rules-based systems, on the one hand, and consulting-based or bespoke machine learning solutions, on the other.
OpenAI recently published work on a new language model that has generated buzz in the media and the developer community. Aside from refining some technical aspects of the model based on recent advances, the unique thing about this model is its size.