Louis Monier

Louis Monier
Louis Monier was a founder of the Internet search engine AltaVista. After he left AltaVista, he worked at eBay and then at Google. He left Google in August 2007 to join Cuil, a search engine startup. He was Vice President of Products at Cuil. He also was the co-founder and CTO of Qwiki with Doug Imbruce. Qwiki won the TechCrunch Disrupt Award in 2010 and was recently sold to Yahoo. Louis was the Chief Scientist of Proximic until July 2013, and then founded a health technology company, Kyron. He is currently Chief Scientist at Import.io and serves as Advisor, Investor and Deep Learning Faculty member at Holberton School in San Francisco. Monier received a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Paris XI, France in 1980 and worked at Carnegie Mellon University, Xerox PARC, and DEC's Western Research Laboratory.

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