Creative Technologist, Artist, Hacker, Data Scientist
Ross Goodwin is a creative technologist, artist, hacker, data scientist, and former White House ghostwriter. He employs machine learning, natural language processing, and other computational tools to realize new forms and interfaces for written language.
His work has been discussed in the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, CBS News, the Financial Times, the Guardian, the Globe and Mail, Ars Technica, VICE Motherboard, Gizmoto, Engadget, TechCrunch, CNET, Forbes, Slate, Fast Company, the Huffington Post, Mashable, Fusion, Quartz, PetaPixel, and other publications.
He has exhibitied or spoken at the International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) DocLab in Amsterdam, the TriBeCa Film Festival Interactive Showcase in New York, the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York, the Phi Center in Montreal, Gray Area in San Francisco, the MIT Media Lab, Maker Faire, GitHub Universe, Molasses Books in Bushwick, and other venues.
Ross earned his undergraduate degree in Economics from MIT in 2009, and his graduate degree from NYU ITP in May 2016.