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Mobile, Web, and Database Programmer, MIT Big Data Initiative at CSAIL
Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) MIT
Albert Carter is the staff programmer for the MIT Big Data Initiative. Albert received a BA in Commerce, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship
from Brown University and an MS in Information Systems
from Northeastern University. Since completing his undergraduate degree, he has worked at a bicycle collective, startup company, and as staff at MIT.
At the Big Data Initiative, he works to port MIT's living labs
to iOS, create new labs, and integrate openPDS
(Open Personal Data Stores) with DataHub
. In his free time, he can be found cycling roads, swimming in ponds, and climbing mountains around the Boston area.