Gabe joined Datascope Analytics as a data scientist in 2013. Prior to Datascope, Gabe developed a recommender system for SimpleRelevance, which allows e-commerce websites to personalize their marketing. Besides figuring out the right problem to solve (and solving it), Gabe also does and teaches math as a founding teacher of the Payton City-Wide Math Circle. As a math wiz at the University of Chicago (with honor's, class of 2009), Gabe solved a $100 problem posed by Paul Sally. In his spare time Gabe tastes food, looks at art, and thinks about clocks.
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about our culture
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