David Jia is a serial entrepreneur who has founded or co-founded several companies, winning the MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Award in Web and Information Technology and the MIT Linked Data Prize selected by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web. He has specialized in technology entrepreneurship, authoring or co-authoring patents in operating systems, cloud computing, and biomedical devices. He has also served as the CTO of Kairos Society, a global entrepreneurship network. David studied at MIT and Stanford University, earning BS in mathematics with highest honors and Phi Beta Kappa, and MS degrees in Computer Science, Statistics, and Neuroscience, specializing in systems engineering, algorithms, and machine learning, respectively. David has won a number of awards for his research work in these fields, including the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, the George C. Marshall Scholarship, the Clarendon Scholarship, and the Gate Cambridge Scholarship.