Founded in August 2020 with two international locations in Silicon Valley, CA, and Seoul, Korea, Gauss Labs is home to Gaussians who are enthusiastic about reshaping manufacturing through innovative industrial AI solutions.
The world's most trusted industrial AI innovator
We create reliable, robust, and scalable AI technology for the most difficult and fundamental challenges industry faces. Our products and solutions aim to make enterprises more efficient, machines more intelligent, and humans more human.
We are professional problem solvers with a result driven attitude. We always get to the bottom of the problem in our quest for solutions. We care the most about what we solve and why we solve it. How to solve it follows naturally. We are not married to a specific dogma, and we try all available approaches imaginable. If none works, we shall invent one.
We insist on relentlessly high standards. We continually raise the bar and drive ourselves to deliver highest-quality solutions, products, and platforms. Although Gauss Labs has to find balances and trade-offs in many aspects of its business, we never compromise the quality of our work.
We constantly learn and improve ourselves without a predefined boundary on who we are. We may not know everything from Day 1, but we believe that if we learn smart, we become smart fast. We never fear to take risks and fail as long as we can learn from such experiences.
Although we can gain valuable insights from high-level perspectives and elegant thought experiments, we acknowledge that there is no truth except in the details. Whenever the occasion calls for it, we drive off-road and get our hands dirty. No task is beneath us.
Everyone at Gauss Labs is an independent decision maker. No one knows our own problems and projects better than each of us. Supervisors and peers can give advice, but ultimately each of us takes the initiative, action, and responsibility.
We achieve something that each of us cannot imagine ever achieving alone. We are confident that we can perform our herculean tasks as a team while complementing each other. We earn mutual trust by our current deeds as team members, not by individual past track records.
We express our diverse opinions vigorously and clearly. While we respect one another for their capability, experience, and good intention, we are not afraid of disagreeing on paths leading to our goal. We extract the most out of each interaction by challenging one another and communicate the derived conclusion with simplicity and clarity.
CEO, Member of BoD
Mike is a leading expert in data science and AI, well respected in both academia and industry through his stellar contributions over the past two decades. He founded Gauss Labs to materialize the intersection of right theory and right practice through right team in industrial AI. Mike holds a PhD degree in electrical engineering from Stanford and is an 11th generation academic descendent of Carl Friedrich Gauss.
Mohak is a technology executive with an established history of leading high-impact initiatives in AI, IoT, digital transformation, and building data-driven businesses and strategies. He is the author of "Evaluating Learning Algorithms: A Classification Perspective" (Cambridge), and has published more than 50 research articles, in top conferences and journals in the analytics space, and patented technologies.
VP of PMO
Moosung is an expert in semiconductor process development and integration in the R&D and high-volume manufacturing environment. Before joining Gauss Labs, Moosung worked for Intel and SK hynix, managing machine learning projects related to process control, equipment management, and yield improvement. He holds a PhD degree in mechanical engineering from UC Berkeley.
Chair of BoD
Yoon is currently Partner at Saehan Venture Capital, leading the acceleration and investment of early-stage tech startups. Previously he served as CTO of SK Telecom, Head of Speech Engineering at Apple, and CEO of Novauris (acquired by Apple). Yoon has been involved in the academic and commercial research and development of machine learning technologies and human-machine interfaces for the past 20 years. Yoon holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
Member of BoD
Kyo Won is currently working for the chairman’s office at SK. He has held various leadership roles in the semiconductor memory industry over the past 37 years since he joined Goldstar Semiconductor in 1985. In the early 2000s, he led engineering teams to develop revolutionary 150nm products, which helped drive SK hynix's growth into one of the largest memory makers in the world. He is a member of the Korean Academy of Engineering.
Member of BoD
Jay is a venture capitalist with 20 years of extensive investment experience across both institutional and corporate investment firms. He is currently a Managing Partner at GFT Ventures and Senior Advisor to Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP). He is also an active angel investor and advisor to several start-ups including Coupang, KiwiCo, Korbit, Merit, Noom, SoFi and Tapas.