Anand Kulkarni, MS
MS is CEO at
MobileWorks lets enterprises and small businesses alike outsource work accurately to a crowd of thousands of individuals around the world. Patent-pending infrastructure guarantees accuracy.
Anand’s specialties include crowdsourcing, algorithms, optimization, microwork, computational geometry, mathematical modeling, robotics, and telerobotics.
He authored MobileWorks: A Mobile Crowdsourcing Platform for Workers at the Bottom of the Pyramid, Empirical OPC rule inference for rapid RET application and coauthored Turkomatic: Automatic Recursive Workflow Task and Workflow Design for Mechanical Turk, Collaboratively Crowdsourcing Workflows with Turkomatic, Shepherding the Crowd Yields Better Work, Actuator Networks for Navigating an Unmonitored Mobile Robot, Adaptive Mesh Architectures for Speckled Robots, MobileWorks: Designing for Quality in a Managed Crowdsourcing Architecture, gmTest: An Industry-Wide Database of VLSI Layouts for Quality Control, and Partial Selective Encryption: An Improved System for Protecting VLSI Design Data in the OASIS format.
Anand earned his B.A. in Mathematics and Physics at the University of California, Berkeley in 2005. He earned his MS in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley in 2009.
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