Star Conference Room, 32-D463
Cambridge, MA 02139
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Phil and his Salesforce colleagues, Sonke Rohde and Steven Tamm, shared cutting-edge ML research as applied to hyper-personalized commerce and enterprise systems. They peeled under the cover of the successful Salesforce "platform" as a triumph of the monolith as a system engineering pattern. He provided an honest assessment of how a silicon valley company approaches innovation while balancing customer demands and diverse ethical concerns around the world.
About Phil Mui
Phil Mui, Ph.D., is a Senior Vice President of Technology in Salesforce. He has responsibilities over Salesforce's technology strategy, architecture long range plans, and strategic projects. Before Salesforce, Phil led the product development of Google Analytics and the digital transformation of Acxiom + LiveRamp. Outside work, Phil is active as board members / advisors in various non-profits and for-profit organizations. He coaches his local elementary school's Math Olympiad team, as well as advises high school students’ research projects. He received his SB, MEng, PhD from MIT Lab for Computer Science (the current CSAIL), and an MPhil in Management Studies as a Marshall Scholar at Oxford. His Ph.D. dissertation was on Computational models of trust and reputation: agents, evolutionary games, and social networks.