I have a masters in computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, a masters in robotics from University of Michigan, and an MBA from MIT. I worked on autonomous vehicles at Ford, Argo AI, and May Mobility. I’m now the CEO of Gaia AI, a robotics and AI climatetech startup spinning out of MIT. Our vision is to unlock the potential of trees as a viable and economical solution for carbon sequestration, using advanced perception AI methods and sensors to verify carbon credits and bring trust to the forest-based carbon credit market.