Why can you search the entire Web in 50 milliseconds, but you can't find anything in video without a lot of hunting and pecking?
That question drives Camio to be the leading real-time video search engine that works with all cameras. There’s a new generation of applications made possible by machines that see and understand what’s happening in the real world. Camio is the best software platform for delivering those applications, and the first focus area is the security industry.
The impact of Machine Learning on the E̸v̸i̸d̸e̸n̸c̸e̸ Security Industry is transformative. We spend $40B each year to protect people and property. But the sheer volume of events exceeds anyone’s budget for the kind of triage required to provide protection. Camio uses the latest advances in machine learning to help the security industry shift from evidence collection to protective security — while also radically reducing costs.
Before starting Camio, Carter was Director of Product Management at Google, where he brought us Local Search in Google Maps, Google Earth, Google Mobile and Web Search. Previously, he was Director of Technical Evangelism at Microsoft, and Director of Product Management & Marketing and Inktomi via the acquisition of Impulse Buy Network. He earned his BSE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton University.
Luca de Alfaro is Camio’s Chief Scientist and a professor of computer science at UC Santa Cruz. At Camio, Luca teaches computers to understand your video without melting datacenter CPUs. Luca and Carter worked together at Google, where Luca developed CrowdSensus, the reputation system used to moderate Google Maps edits. He also developed the scoring mechanism for ranking of Google+ posts based on their social relevance. Luca’s academic work ranges from theoretical contributions to game theory to the implementation of WikiTrust, a reputation system for Wikipedia authors and content. He earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University.
John leads engineering for the hybrid edge/cloud video processing pipeline at the core of Camio. He previously worked on design-verification for the texture-cache team at AMD and built software for the Human-Robot Interfaces Laboratory at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. John earned his B.S. in Computer Science from UC Santa Cruz.
Rakshit focuses on Machine Learning and Computer Vision. He completed his PhD from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a dissertation on 'Generalized Learning Models for Structured Data'. His research interests span AI, Machine Learning, Crowdsourcing, HCI, ICTD and AI for Social Good. Rakshit also developed and taught the UCSC course on Applied Machine Learning for Social Good.
Larissa Duzhansky has spent the last 10 years in customer and partner facing positions at technology companies. During that time, she has worked at both large global enterprises and startups. Larissa began her career in the software industry at VMware, where she spent almost 5 years in various roles in the sales organization. Prior to VMware, Larissa worked in strategy consulting as an analyst at McKinsey & Co. She earned both her Bachelor's in Economics and Master of Arts in International Economics & Finance degrees from Brandeis University.
Michael-Kevin (M-K) O’Connell is Managing Director of M2O, Inc. M-K was previously a Manager with L.E.K. Consulting, where he led project teams across a diverse range of industries and business issues. Before L.E.K., M-K helped develop an industry-leading CRM and data management solution for commercial real estate as the Director of Research for CB Richard Ellis in New England. M-K received his B.S, magna cum laude, from Boston College and his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he was the recipient of the Thomas P. Gerrity Leadership Award.
Mark is Chairman of the Board at Camio. Involved with the company from its onset, Mark is active in Camio's marketing. While not helping Camio, he is a venture capitalist at institutional fund Builders VC and makes pre-seed investments at his Advisors Fund. Mark is also Founder and Chairman of UCSF Health Hub, UCSF's innovation center. UCSF Health Hub launched and produces the UCSF Volunteer Patriots program, a service that connects volunteer advisors to companies working to COVID health solutions to help them get to market faster. Earlier Mark founded a number of Internet-related companies, one being Impulse Buy Network where Camio CEO Carter Maslan ran product.