Hometown: Coppell TX
July 5, 2013
I didn't realize there were so many until you asked this question. I'm sure that there are more to come to solve today's complex problems. I did a quick search and chose either Backtracking or Harmony based on the types of problems they solve and the premise for the method. I will leave it up to the true scientists. My role is to find the most qualified experts and allow them to work their magic, however they choose.
I'd like to create new datasets to solve problems we haven't yet attempted to fully address. Of the existing examples that I found, I think SDTM may be the most relevant. I like that it has a healthcare application. I imagine that there are many more applications and many more datasets that could be useful as we explore broader world problems and have access to more data than ever.
Bishop Arts. It's a little far for me, but it is the least pretentious. I like to support the small businesses there.
I have been working in telecom & technology for over 20 years. I enjoy working with startups and emerging technologies. I have recently started a recruiting & training company to provide resources that solve world problems with big data.