Nara Logics brings together the brightest minds in science, technology, and business. Our diverse team unites under one goal: to deliver brain-like AI to businesses worldwide.
CEO and Board>
Whether guiding startups to acquisition, or leading large organizations in public companies, Jana is focused on inspiring teams to build great products and companies. She has demonstrated success through top executive positions at Intuit (NASDAQ INTU), Blackbaud (NASDAQ BLKB), Lycos, Sabre, and as CEO of Spreadshirt. Eggers received her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science at Hendrix College, followed by graduate school at RPI and supercomputing research at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Co-Founder, CTO and Board>
Nathan is the driving force behind Nara's revolutionary neural network technology, and has spent his career as an expert at the intersection of neuroscience and computer science. He holds a Ph.D. from MIT in brain and cognitive sciences, a Master's in computer science and artificial intelligence from Cornell, and has numerous patents and publications in top journals including Nature, Neuron, and the MIT Press.
VP of Business Development>
Bill is leading customer and partnership strategy and acquisition. He joined Nara Logics from Basis Technology, a platform for multi-lingual text analytics, where he built Basis' government practice. He has a deep knowledge on how NLP, including text mining, computational linguistics and information retrieval, works for enterprises and governments. Adding to his career in sales, Bill began in marketing as an event marketing manager at the National Basketball Association, and proceeded from there to the world of technology. He received his bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University and a master’s degree from the University of Richmond.
Mriganka is the Paul E. and Lilah Newton Professor of Neuroscience and Director of the Simons Center for the Social Brain at MIT. He is a world expert on the algorithms of cortical networks.
Prior to joining Princeton as professor, he served at MIT as a professor of Computational Neuroscience in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences. He is the author of Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are and leads EyeWire.
Emily holds a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from MIT and conducts research into the rules by which brain circuits make decisions in the Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences at MIT.
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A day at Nara could involve a pow-wow about synapses and algorithms,
a debate about the future of AI, an impromptu craft cocktail hour, or all of the above.