Yale researcher turned technology entrepreneur, senior software architect and consultant for Fortune 500 companies. His experience ranges from inventing and patenting a novel security and authentication system for the wireless industry, leading the development of mission-critical business applications for the world's leading corporate jet aircraft company (NetJets Inc.), to being awarded featured project of the month by Google. He received his B.Sc. (Hons.) in EE and CS at Durham University U.K. He continued his research in machine learning and was awarded his Ph.D. for the design and development of a neural network controlled autonomous robot. Subsequently he was invited to Yale University as a postdoctoral research fellow and went on to win the university-wide Yale Entrepreneurial Competition.
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