Taliesin Beynon Research Scientist

Taliesin Beynon studied mathematics at the University of Cape Town. He joined Wolfram in 2010, where he led the Advanced Research Group. Later, he led the development of the neural network functionality that is built into recent versions of Wolfram's flagship product, Mathematica. He is currently on sabbatical from Wolfram. His interests are differentiable programming and its applications to variational inference, interpretability and robustness, and reinforcement learning.


South Africa

Institutional Affiliation

University of Witwatersrand

Research Topics & Interests

  • Neuroscience
  • Differentiable Programming
  • Population Genetics
  • Game Theory
  • Constructivist Mathematics