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Dane Rook, Ph.D.

Research Engineer

Dane Rook is a Research Engineer at Stanford University’s School of Engineering. Dr. Rook’s work explores the intersection of machine intelligence and long-term investing. Broadly, his research interests are in natural-language processing, alternative data, knowledge graphs, and agent-based models, as well as their applications to responsible finance and asset ownership. Previously, he was a researcher at Kensho (an AI-startup acquired by S&P) and J.P.Morgan. Dr. Rook earned his doctoral degree from the University of Oxford as a Clarendon Scholar. He also holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan. Dr. Rook is an advisor to technology startups in both the US and Europe.