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Wolfram Summer School


Said Alejandro Muñoz Montero

Science and Technology

Class of 2018


Said Muñoz Montero studied biotechnology engineering at ITESM Mexico City and received a master of science degree at UNAM Mexico. He has been working in genomic analysis using high-throughput sequencing for different kind of projects (cancer, pathogens, complex diseases, etc.) at the National Institute of Genomic Medicine, Mexico. He has also run a bioinformatics startup, Abraxas Biosystems. He is really enthusiastic about new technologies (especially in biotech) that could have a positive impact on life.

Computational Essay: The genetic code is not random

Project: Parental Kinship recognition

Project Overview

After extracting the facial features using ResNet 101 and feeding its output to some additional layers, an accuracy of 87% was achieved.