I'm a Principal Applied Scientist in Microsoft Office. Previously, I was a Principal Research Software Design Engineer in Microsoft Research's Genomics, eScience, Machine Learning and Applied Statistics (MLAS), and Adaptive Systems and Interaction (ASI) groups.
Development and Research Interest and Activities
- Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
- Creating new Microsoft Office features with Machine Learning
- Genomics (e.g. PySnpTools and Microsoft Genomics Tools on GitHub)
- Graphical Models and Bayesian Reasoning Systems (e.g. MSBNx)
- Fighting Spam with Machine Learning
- Collaborative Filtering
- Bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in Computer Science & Machine Learning from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- 50 patents and 42 published patent applications.
- Erdős-Bacon number of 6 (Erdős→Charles K. Chui→Zabrina L. Brumme→Carl Kadie and Bacon→Rachel Blanchard→Andrew Tribolini→Carl Kadie).
Presentations and Interviews
- “PySnpTools: A New Open-Source Library for Reading and Manipulating Matrix Data (including Genomics Data)”, 24 July 2015, PyData Seattle 2015
- Excel Fun-Build 3D graphics from a spreadsheet (guest blog for Excel team), 18 February 2015
- “Supercomputing on Demand with Windows Azure“, 12 Nov 2012. Microsoft Research Connections Blog
- “Microsoft battles HIV!”, .NET Rocks, September 10, 2009. Interview starts at 7 min 55 sec.
- Carl and Richard talk to Jonathan Carlson, Bob Davidson, David Heckerman, and Carl Kadie from Microsoft Research about their efforts to find vaccines for HIV using Microsoft technologies.
- “Microsoft Research Releases Tools to Help Science Progress Toward an AIDS Vaccine“, Microsoft PressPass, June 13, 2007.
- “Microsoft Researchers Boost Task Productivity Fiftyfold with Cluster Server Software“, Microsoft Server Product Portfolio Customer Solution Case Study, 2007.
- “The Role of HPC in AIDS Vaccine Designs“, HPC Wire, 2007.
- Technical advisor to young filmmaker Ben Kadie (aka Slugco Films), whose 15 films have screened around the world, as far as Nepal, won five top festival awards and 37 top youth awards.
- Slashdot “Interview with Carl Kadie“, March 2, 2001.
- C. M. Kadie, “Computers and Academic Freedom,” Presented at the National Academy of Sciences Workshop on Rights and Responsibilities of Participants in Networked Communities, November, 1992.
- C. M. Kadie, “Quantifying the Effects of Representation, Noise, and Method on Inductive Learning,” Presented at the first Workshop on Computational Learning Theory and Natural Learning Systems, 1990.