I am a 17-year veteran of the high-tech industry, with prominent roles at household names like Hewlett Packard, Compaq, Microsoft, Intel and the BBC. I pioneered work at the BBC leading to the first US version of the BBC America's Shop; at HP in problem detection and self healing; and at Microsoft and Intel in Windows specific technologies and automated hardware validation workflows later used by both Android and Windows. At the age of 26, I launched my first startup called NeoProxima PLC in London UK that was focused on building, hosting and delivering adaptive multimedia solutions for enterprises and education. I have expertise in cloud computing, artificial intelligence, OS kernel design, media systems and hardware. I hold a degree in theoretical physics from Trinity College at The University of Toronto.
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