J. Scott Johnson is the CEO and lead engineer of Cartazzi. As well as creating the Cartazzi tools, Scott is currently developing a major NLP system for detecting hate speech on the web. He is an expert in cloud computing, web development, and large scale data storage and processing. Scott is a long time entrepreneur and product creator with a specific focus on online media -- he started his first company focused on hypertext, the core technology behind the web, in 1987. He was also a pioneer in blogging with the founding and creation of the first blog search engine, Feedster.
Elaine E. Thompson, Ph.D., is a bioinformatician who manages a major digital pathology AI project for the Department of Defense. Before that she lead bioinformatics research in the FDA/CBER HIVE. Dr. Thompson was involved in three major machine learning initiaves, the FDA/CBER BEST surveillance program; finding adverse events in Medicare billing data; and the HHS CoLab program where she developed an innovative way to analyze scRNA-seq. Dr. Thompson earned her doctorate in bioinformatics from the University of California, San Diego, and her masters degree in neuroscience from Johns Hopkins.