Jamie covered artificial intelligence (especially deep learning) and science for the NVIDIA blog. Before NVIDIA, she was director of communications at Stanford’s School of Engineering, and served as managing editor for Cisco’s newsroom and for HP Labs’ website. She began her career as a journalist, and spent a decade at the San Francisco Chronicle. Earlier she worked at the Stamford Advocate, in Connecticut, where she was part of a team that was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
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