Hey. My name is Will.
I'm a writer (of code, and now often words). I spend my life building the future of healthcare for patients, so I think a lot about medical incentive design, computational drug design, and building scalable care systems.
These days, I'm researching interpretability problems for machine learning systems in bioinformatics at Foundation Medicine, investing at First Round Capital's Dorm Room Fund, and fumbling around at Olin College. Previously, I pioneered one-shot learning systems for EHR data and lead product for PathwaysAI, and before that I was a visiting research intern at Immuuneering.
In my free time, I frequent independent bookstores, obsess over Boston public transport, and race sailboats. I love reading about incentive design, stoic philosophy, and typology.
I update this page occasionally.
Most Recently, I've written:
Technology has a Philosophy Problem via Hackernoon.
Google, stop trying to sell us AutoML via Hackernoon (preprint)