We are building General Folders to provide data infrastructure for business partners. I shared some of the problems we're solving in this post. If you're interested in cloud infrastructure and data pipelines, let's talk!
Prior to General Folders, I built the data function at Carbon Health. We published a clinical data repository and shared some work at AI Summit 2020. I led a data team at Twitter covering consumer products like Search, Trends, Explore, and Notifications. I helped reestablish the product data science function at Twitter.
At Paytm Labs, I built a fully automated fraud detection engine for Paytm—the payments app serving India. As an early employee at Rubikloud, I built a promotions allocation system that became the company's flagship product.
I studied random graph models of online social networks at Ryerson University. At Amirkabir, I published on music genre recognition and sparse linear classifiers with Bob L. Sturm. I hold a degree in Software Engineering from the University of Tehran, where I served as ECE Representative for three years. I served on the Ryerson Senate for a year, working closely with Sheldon Levy.
Here is a summarized bio for conferences and talks.
Pardis Noorzad is a founder at General Folders. She was previously Head of Data Science at Carbon Health where she built the data function. Pardis led a Data Science team at Twitter, covering a variety of consumer products. In addition to healthcare and social media, Pardis built products in fintech (at Paytm) and in e-commerce (Hong Kong, Europe, and Canada markets). She has a background in Software Engineering, AI, and Applied Math.