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Andrew Marmon

AI & Machine Learning Enthusiast


Andrew Marmon

Machine Learning SWE at Google Research

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My passion is to engage with industry and academia to improve the world with data. At Virginia Tech I assisted in machine learning research with Dr. Bert Huang to detect and prevent hate speech on social media platforms. As a machine learning engineer at Slalom, I collaborated with Cornell epidemiology researchers to determine if non-cancerous mammograms contained information related to whether a woman developed cancer. I also was able to lead the open source initiative at Slalom where we publicized the breast cancer image clustering model that was presented at the Google NEXT keynote in 2019.


In my current role at Georgia Tech, I am working to identify critical quality attributes of cells that indicative of their ability to improve clinical outcomes for patients with osteoarthritis. I am also working with Dr. Frank Dellaert to combine deep learning with factor graphs to improve the state-of-the-art in computer vision. This work has culminated to an internship this Summer with the United Nations where I have been collaborating with researchers at Relational AI and UNITAC to affect policy decisions that cities make that will enhance their resilience against natural disasters.


Over this time, I have been fortunate enough to contribute to numerous different high-impact projects that utilize machine learning for social good. I have learned the tools to translate cutting-edge techniques into code that can be used to make real world impact.


I am always looking for new partnerships and projects aligned with my goal to create a better global society with artificial intelligence and machine learning. My current interests are in sustainability, computer vision, and mobile manipulation.

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Image by Markus Gjengaar


I started playing Piano after hearing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 18 for the first time. I still can't play that incredible piece, but I do still play Piano as a way to connect and engage in something exciting that is different than my day-to-day work.


Below is my favorite performance of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 18 by Anna Fedorova.

Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 18Rachmaninoff
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Education & Experience

Recent Roles

May 2021 - Aug 2021

United Nations - New York City, NY

Research Engineer Intern

December 2020 - Present

The Borg Lab @ Georgia Tech - Atlanta, GA

Computer Vision Researcher


Aug 2013 - Dec 2017

Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, VA

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Aug 2020 - Dec 2021

Georgia Tech – Atlanta, GA

Masters of Science in Computer Science & Machine Learning

August 2020 - Present

Marcus Center for Therapeutic Cell Characterization and Manufacturing - Atlanta, GA

Graduate Research Assistant

August 2018 - August 2020

Slalom Consulting - Atlanta, GA

Machine Learning Engineer

February 2018 - August 2018

The Home Depot - Atlanta, GA

Software Engineer

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