Melanie Weber is a mathematician with a strong interest in Artificial Intelligence and Data Science. She holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University and is currently a faculty at Harvard University, where her research group studies Machine Learning through a geometric lens. In addition, she has a strong interest in Trustworthy Machine Learning. At Claudius, Melanie is leading the R&D branch of the company, where she works with a team of researchers on advancing Legal Artificial Intelligence through research in Natural Language Processing, Predictive Modeling and Algorithmic Fairness.
Chief Executive Officer
Joseph Avery is an attorney and legal scholar. At the University of Miami, he is an assistant professor in both the Business School (Business Law) and the Department of Psychology. In addition, he is a Faculty Member of Miami’s Institute for Data Science and Computing, and he is an Affiliated Fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. He has a law degree from Columbia and a PhD from Princeton, and he is the author of dozens of scholarly works, including groundbreaking research at the nexus of law, computer science, and behavioral science.
Chief Data Officer
Zhe Chen has a background in engineering, modeling and computer science. He has a BS in chemical engineering from Cornell and a PhD in chemical and biological engineering at Princeton with a focus on computational modeling. He is in charge of compiling datasets and training machine learning algorithms in the team.
Chief Revenue Officer
Vinicius Pantoja was a founding member of the Princeton Project in Computational Law. He has expertise in artificial intelligence, including both natural language processing and machine learning, and has a longstanding focus on instantiating AI systems and processes into private company workflows. He has served as an executive at NexoAI and also at AI Consult.
Wenyue Hua is a researcher in Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics. She is in the Computer Science Ph.D. program at Rutgers University and spent two years in the Linguistics Ph.D. program before. She focuses on developing and applying state-of-the-art AI models to process legal documents. Her work has been published in top conferences in both Natural Language Processing and Linguistics.