Clayton Mellina is Director of Software Engineering at Rarebase. He is passionate about developing impactful applications of machine learning and computer vision. Before joining Rarebase, Clayton developed industrial computer vision applications such as automated visual inspection for manufacturing at Google Cloud.
A few years ago, Clayton was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called NF2, which causes tumors to grow from his nerves. In this episode of Rarebase Remarks, Clayton discusses his personal experience with rare disease and how breakthrough technologies in machine learning and high throughput biology will drive a precision medicine revolution.