My name is Andrew Sabisch.
I am an entrepreneur, software engineer, and philosopher.
After receiving my doctoral degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2015, I worked most deeply in the fields of A.I., devops, and web design and development.
Currently I'm working as an A.I. researcher, engineer, and consultant at Vassar AI, a company I founded with a fellow MIT alum.
If you have need of any AI, devops, or systems work or consultation, please do not hesitate to reach out!
- Vassar AI (presently): Founder & CEO
- Silo Technologies (1y): Lead BE Software Engineer (SWE) (Go, devops), FE SWE (React)
- eBay (3.5y): SWE, Manager, Research Scientist (Go, Java, Scala, devops)
- Twice Clothes (6m; purchased by eBay): Full-stack SWE (Python, Flask, Backbone.js)
- Multimodal Understanding Group @MIT (5y): Research Scientist
- Agile Robotics @MIT (2y): SWE (C/C++)
- Social Code Group @UCI (2y): SWE (Java)
- Andrew Sabisch. CoMo: a Whiteboard that Converses about Code In Doctoral Thesis for Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA September, 2014 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Matthew Robert Walter et al. A Situationally Aware Voice-Commandable Robotic Forklift Working Alongside People in Unstructured Outdoor Environments In Journal of Field Robotics January, 2014 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Andrew Correa. Drawing on the World: Sketch in Context In Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing Florence, Italy pp. 256–261 August, 2011 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Andrew Correa et al. Multimodal Interaction with an Autonomous Forklift In HRI 2010, 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Osaka, Japan March, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Seth Teller et al. A Voice-Commandable Robotic Forklift Working Alongside Humans in Minimally-Prepared Outdoor Environments In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) Anchorage, Alaska May, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Andrew Correa et al. Deskcorder: A Recorder for What Happens at your Desk In Sixth Annual CSAIL Student Workshop Cambridge, MA pp. 27–29 September, 2010 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Andrew Correa. Drawing on the World: Sketch in Context In Master's Thesis for Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA September, 2009 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Bill Tomlinson et al. Richly Connected Systems and Multi-Device Worlds In PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments Vol. 18, No. 1 pp. 54–71 January, 2009 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Andrew Correa. Facilitating the Development of Software for Multiple Devices In Bachelor’s Thesis University of California at Irvine (UCI) June, 2007 (PDF) (BibTeX)
- Bill Tomlinson et al. Dreaming of Adaptive Interface Agents In CHI '07: CHI '07 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems New York, NY pp. 2007–2012 January, 2007 (PDF) (BibTeX)