After 10 years as a researcher in algebra and geometry at leading institutions (Yale University, CNRS, as well as visiting positions in Moscow and Kyoto), David took a break from academia in 2008 to explore machine learning and digital marketing. He holds a PhD in pure mathematics. David founded Tinyclues after realizing that mainstream approaches to predictive marketing in relational databases were sub-optimal and could be efficiently replaced by Deep AI techniques. As CEO of Tinyclues, David has grown the company into the leading AI-first marketing solution enabling B2C leaders to generate additional revenue through intelligent campaign targeting and planning. Tinyclues’ ground-breaking solution uses Deep Artificial Intelligence to identify future buyers for any promoted item, even in the absence of recent intent.