Meet the Team
DM is a Principal Engineer at Google, where he has built large-scale distributed systems since 2003. He is part of the team that developed and launched Gmail, and is a recipient of the Google Founders Award. At Stanford, he focused on artificial intelligence in his undergraduate studies and completed his graduate degree in computer science.
“Papa” brings 20 years of product management experience to the team. He is a co-founder of Fanpop and served as Chief Product Officer. Previously, he worked at several leading technology and media companies in the Bay Area in both the B2C and B2B spaces. Papa grew up in Hawaii and studied at Occidental and Harvard.
Cliff is an entrepreneur and CEO of Hadron. Formerly he was CEO of LoanBack, a peer-to-peer lending service and co-founder of Fanpop, a community-powered network with over 50 million of user-contributions and millions of visitors. Cliff grew up on the East Coast and studied computer science and economics at Stanford.
Michael is the COO for LoanBack. He was a key member of the founding team at Fanpop where he served as COO and Lead Architect. Prior to that, Michael was instrumental in the development and launch of the Intel Centrino platform at Intel and was awarded six patents in Computer Vision. A California native, Michael studied computer science at U.C. Berkeley.
Evan has managed technology product development for over a decade in Silicon Valley. He received dual degrees in computer science and chemistry from Brown University and later completed a Ph.D. at Stanford where he was awarded a Stanford Graduate Fellowship and explored computer simulation techniques for modeling atomic and molecular motion
Rob was Chief Scientist at Tesla and is currently Chief Engineer at Hyperloop One. A serial entrepreneur, Rob has two billion-dollar IPOs to his credit and has previously held the CTO or CEO position at a half-dozen Silicon Valley companies.
Dave is a payments, technology and internet veteran, with over 25 years of business and operating experience in Silicon Valley and is VP of Business Development at MasterCard. Previously, at 24 Hour Fitness, Dave led the successful $1.85B sale of the company.
Ryan is the Trust, Strategy and Engineering Principal for Google Apps and former Senior Policy Counsel at Google. He was U.N. Advisor to the Internet Governance Forum from 2013-2016 and has authored papers with Vint Cerf on net neutrality and internet policy.
Henri-Claude de Bettignies
Henri-Claude is the EU Chair for Global Governance and Sino-European Business Relations at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS). He is also an emeritus professor at INSEAD and a visiting professor at the Stanford GSB since 1988.
Dr. Jeff Chi
A Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford’s School of Medicine, Dr. Chi advises us on medical applications for Hadron Ai and the charitable and research opportunities at Stanford and elsewhere.
1. Hadron and its clients need AI computations performed.
2. You have idle devices with untapped processing power.
3. You put your devices to work for Hadron.
4. Once complete, you receive Hadron coins for your efforts.
What’s Possible with Hadron’s AI?
These are just the tip of the iceberg based on Hadron’s current technology. In the future, Hadron looks to power even more applications with its AI.