Michael Kleber works for Google trying to make the Internet faster by eliminating ads latency. In 2011 he made AdSense ads load almost entirely without blocking publisher web pages. Before coming to Google, he wrote efficient algorithms for speech recognition at BBN Technologies, for computational biology at the Broad Institute, and for pure mathematics research at Brandeis University and MIT.
Michael has a Ph.D. from U. C. Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree from Harvard, both in mathematics.
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