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Anil Madhavapeddy is the Professor of Planetary Computing at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. He directs the Cambridge Centre for Carbon Credits (4C), which aims to increase the supply of high integrity natural climate solutions that contribute towards ending deforestation and improving biodiversity globally, via the application of modern remote sensing and statistical quantification techniques to reduce the overheads of creating and verifying interventions. He has decades of experience with constructing Internet-scale systems, and has contributed to open-source projects such as OCaml, Docker, Xen, and OpenBSD, with users ranging from cloud computing providers to financial institutions to governments worldwide.
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