My son put it best when he was asked that question in an interview-- It's complicated
I am not an EE, but I have been doing electrical engineering for over 20 years and have built or designed hundreds of products from wearables to network gateways.
I am technically a software engineer, but I have not written a commercial app in over 10 years, but I have written thousands of lines of code for home and life automation, biometric tracking, ML, data mining, warehouse management, accounting reports….
I am not a data scientist, but I have done over 6 ML projects creating algorithms using large data sets… all are proprietary to the customer.
I am a serial entrepreneur having been involved in 9 successful startups and 8 launched but not successful startups and 30 plus ideation projects that didn’t go anywhere
I do enjoy mentoring, not because I am smarter… I know a am not but because I see things differently and I always take the opposite side or customer side and evaluate the startups.
I am a quantifed-Selfer I keep track of my body matrixes almost every day.
I have worked for over 30 different companies and as a consultant for over 50 companies. I have had honor to work in government, large corporations, small companies, startups and on my own.
I am an inventor, but I hate patents because I can break patents and my ideas and even my grandfather’s patents have been broken by others. I believe in open source and open ideas that is not good when it comes to making money
making money well I just happen I don't care about money I really care about solving problem solving issues looking at life and looking at things in trying to solve it that's why it's complicated !
IAPS Midterm review is June 1st, the international teams have a few interesting topics, the local teams are focused on Taiwan issues and I really support that. Solve the local problems then go global. But this is not true for all startups.
No one loves me so
The sponsor of NCKU Lab - Supplyframe has been acquired by Siemens Digital Industries Group. Contrats to the Supplyframe management team and excited to see what happens .
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