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TigerBytes1
Member Since: December 27, 2013
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BSEE Clemson '79, Electrical and Computer Engineering; first up: Defense Communications at Harris and TRW, with a short stint as Patent Examiner, USPTO (to learn the process from the inside...), in between.  Then, my favorite which nearly killed me, custom computer shop owner (TigerBytes) at just the right time, 1997 Pentium-class to mid-Twenties' dual-cores, AMD and their acquired DEC Alpha bus decimating all at the time.

Now on permanent sabbatical studying all things ARM, my next realistic venture, partners in hand this time, but being bipolar as they get, can't let go of computer vision-recognition as I perceive that to be the (quite possibly sole) doorway to full blown AI.



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