Machine Learning Expert Witness

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Machine learning expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on machine learning. The machine learning expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Computers, Cybersecurity, Economics, Human Factors, Internet, Software Engineering, and Statistics.

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Ali Khoshgozaran, PhD Quandary Peak Research

Los Angeles, California
Internet, Software Engineering - Databases, Social Media, Digital Media, Startups, M&A, Trade Secret, Information Technology, IoT, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Web, Mobile, Location Based Services, Connected and Autonomous Cars, Cloud Computing, SaaS, e-Commerce, Smartphones, Android, Python
* Serving as a software expert witness in several cases, including patent infringement and breach-of-contract cases * Holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from The University of Southern California, an M.S. in Computer Science from The George Washington University, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Sharif University of Technology * Conducts research in the field of software systems and engineering, spanning the areas of mobile software, machine learning, internet, software development, software quality, autonomous cars, connected cars, Internet of Things (IoT), embedded software and web applications * Authored several peer-reviewed academic articles and papers, magazine articles and book chapters related to software engineering in top conferences and publications * Delivered various invited speakers, seminars, lectures, and technology demonstrations at domestic and international software industry events and computer science conferences * Served as a panelist at various techn...

Philip J Cross, PhD Kenyon Consulting LLC

Washington, District Of Columbia
Economics, Statistics - Econometrics, Antitrust, Class action, Mergers and acquisitions, Damages, Survey design, Big data, Machine learning, Privileged consulting, Discrimination, Industrial espionage, Fraud detection.
Dr. Philip Cross has over 20 years of experience as an economist in academia, government, and consulting. He specializes in econometrics—combining statistical analysis with economic theory to draw inferences about economic outcomes. His consulting experience includes testifying as an expert in a major class-action litigation involving healthcare provision reimbursement, preparing expert opinions in an antitrust matter and in a lost wages matter, and analyzing the compensation structure for equity partners in a large professional services firm. Dr. Cross holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Wisconsin, and a B.Com.(Hons.) from the University of New South Wales. Dr. Cross’s experience includes: Being retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, class action and wrongful death matters. Working on litigation matters involving antitrust issues, class certification, statistic...

William A. Mason Wamason.com

Las Vegas, Nevada
Computers, Cybersecurity - Operating Systems, Device Drivers, File Systems, Computer Storage, Distributed Systems, Cryptography, Encryption, Blockchain, Computer Security, Distributed Consensus, Educational Technology, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Networks, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
My expertise is in computer systems and computer technologies including consensus protocols as used by databases, distributed file systems, key-value stores, cryptocurrency, etc. Much of my work has been in data storage: databases, file systems, operating systems, device drivers, etc. I have extensive experience teaching complex technical topics, which allows me to explain concepts in approachable terms. I have authored peer-reviewed literature, technical books, and informational articles within my specialized field, and have been awarded 11 patents pertaining to my work. My litigation support experience is in patent litigation, most recently KOM v. Network Appliance (2018).

William A. Mason Wamason.com

New York
Computers, Cybersecurity - Operating Systems, Device Drivers, File Systems, Computer Storage, Distributed Systems, Cryptography, Encryption, Blockchain, Computer Security, Distributed Consensus, Educational Technology, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Networks, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
My expertise is in computer systems and computer technologies including consensus protocols as used by databases, distributed file systems, key-value stores, cryptocurrency, etc. Much of my work has been in data storage: databases, file systems, operating systems, device drivers, etc. I have extensive experience teaching complex technical topics, which allows me to explain concepts in approachable terms. I have authored peer-reviewed literature, technical books, and informational articles within my specialized field, and have been awarded 11 patents pertaining to my work. My litigation support experience is in patent litigation, most recently KOM v. Network Appliance (2018).

Sauvik Das, PhD

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Cybersecurity, Human Factors - Privacy, Privacy by Design, Consumer Safety, User Experience Research, iOS, Android, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ethics, Social Network Analysis, Social Media, Data Science, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, Distributed Ledger, Human-Computer Interaction
I am a professor of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech's College of Computing (a top 10 department in computer science). Prior to that, I got my Ph.D. in Human-Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University (from the #1 ranked computer science department in the country). I have previously worked as a researcher and technologist at Facebook, Google and Microsoft, as well as at a small technology start-up company. I direct the GT SPUD (Security, Privacy, Usability and Design) Lab. Our work, at the intersection of HCI, data science and cybersecurity, is oriented around answering two questions: (i) How can we design systems that encourage better cybersecurity and privacy behaviors? (ii) How can we design systems that shift power away from surveillance institutions and back into the hands of end-users? I've given talks on my research both USENIX Enigma and RSA — both premier venues for cybersecurity professionals — in addition to many top universities: e.g., Stanford, Princeton...

William A. Mason Wamason.com

Washington
Computers, Cybersecurity - Operating Systems, Device Drivers, File Systems, Computer Storage, Distributed Systems, Cryptography, Encryption, Blockchain, Computer Security, Distributed Consensus, Educational Technology, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Networks, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence
My expertise is in computer systems and computer technologies including consensus protocols as used by databases, distributed file systems, key-value stores, cryptocurrency, etc. Much of my work has been in data storage: databases, file systems, operating systems, device drivers, etc. I have extensive experience teaching complex technical topics, which allows me to explain concepts in approachable terms. I have authored peer-reviewed literature, technical books, and informational articles within my specialized field, and have been awarded 11 patents pertaining to my work. My litigation support experience is in patent litigation, most recently KOM v. Network Appliance (2018).