Alex Mathai (personal-page) is a computer science engineer with a demonstrated history in machine learning and artificial intelligence. He works at the intersection of research and industry, integrating practical AI tools for open-sourced as well as commercial software. Some of his successful contributions include using AI to classify and analyze internet traffic at gigabyte scales, making AI models more robust in real-life scenarios, implementing computer vision models for satellite images, and infusing AI for real-time surveillance systems.
He currently works as a Research Software Engineer in the Hybrid Cloud Vertical. This vertical has launched an effort to leverage AI techniques that solve problems in the Hybrid Cloud Paradigm. To this end, he is currently involved in using knowledge graphs for code representation. Using this graph representation, he aims to perform clustering and provide insights into codebases that subsequently fast-track the refactoring of old monolithic applications to loosely-coupled cloud-native microservices.