The mission of Omdena’s Warsaw, Poland Chapter is to run open-source AI projects to solve challenges faced by the local community.
Alexander Lau is a computational physicist with a passion for data science, machine-learning, and artificial intelligence. He studied physics and mathematics at the Technical University of Dresden (Germany) and at the University of Bristol (UK). He received his Ph.D. in physics from the Technical University of Dresden and then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology (Netherlands). In 2019, he moved to Warsaw (Poland) and is currently a research fellow at the Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He believes that data science and artificial intelligence can help our societies advance and will lead to new exciting technologies.
Cognitive and data scientist, working at Kozminski University, Warsaw since Sep 2021. Both techno- enthusiast and sceptic. Professional and research interests encompass: misinformation/conspiracy theories on social media, human AI-interaction/collaboration as well as ethical, psychological, cognitive, economical, business, political (and other) aspects of AI. Avid scrabble and beach volleyball player.
Marcin Kraszewski, moved to the USA at age 5. In 2009 he graduated from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design with a BFA in time-based media:Animation. A few weeks after graduating Kraszewski returned to Poland. He has worked in a variety of fields including teaching, anti-fraud/AML analysis, and has spent the last 5 years developing Python programs.