Interview with Daniel Huynh

Github: @dhuynh95  |  Twitter: @dhuynh95

Where are you based?

"Paris, France."

What do you do?

"CEO of Mithril Security, a startup specialized in secure inference of AI models."

What are your specialties?

"Data science, confidential computing, writing."

How and when did you originally come across OpenMined?

"I came across OpenMined in 2019, when I saw a meetup organized in Paris."

What was the first thing you started working on within OpenMined?

"I started writing articles on homomorphic encryption with a series on CKKS."

And what are you working on now?

"I am preparing two series, one on the basis of confidential computing, the other one on how to leverage confidential computing for deploying privacy preserving models."

What would you say to someone who wants to start contributing?

"Teaching is the best way to learn. It’s never too soon to start writing on a subject, you might not fully grasp it at first, but trying to explain it to others will not only help them but help you."

Please recommend one interesting book, podcast or resource to the OpenMined community.

"Because I am biased towards confidential computing now, I would recommend watching the webinar from the Confidential Computing Consortium:"