Jesse holds a masters degree in Mathematical Statistics from the University of Cambridge, where he studied the mathematical foundations for many artificial intelligence (AI) applications. After his studies, he went on to do several research projects. He built a probabilistic model for the revolutionary gene editing technique CRISPR-CAS9 at the Wellcome Sanger Institute in the United Kingdom and subsequently worked on a novel promising branch of mathematics called information geometry in Turin, Italy.
Before joining BLOOM, Jesse worked for an AI startup in Delft where he made a predictive model of the road quality in the Netherlands. At BLOOM, he leverages his theoretical knowledge to provide deep insights into data analysis solutions.
In his spare time, he is passionate about playing the saxophone and likes to go running.