Eliminate Traditional Applications with Data That Thinks
FOUNDER & CEO
Professor Andrew J. Hacker is Founder and CEO of Thought and Cybersecurity Expert in Residence at Harrisburg University. Mr. Hacker has conceived and developed the concept of hybrid data and algorithms for the past six years, has extensive Cybersecurity experience and is a CISSP. Mr. Hacker has a BS in Electrical Engineering Rutgers College of Engineering.
Professor Philip A. Grim II is CTO of Thought Network and a Lecturer in Computer Science at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Mr. Grim’s career as a professional software engineer has spanned more than 25 years of both military and civilian contractor experience. Mr. Grim holds an Associate of Applied Science in Computer Programming Technology from Metropolitan Community College of Omaha, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from St. Leo University, and a Master of Science in Analytics and currently pursuing PhD in Analytics from Harrisburg University.
CHIEF SOFTWARE ARCHITECT
Matthew Hykes is Chief Software Architect at Thought Network and has over a decade of experience as a full stack developer and systems architect, leveraging n-tier architectures for web, mobile, and games. He plays a leading role on the software development team and provides the required guidance for taking the company’s technology and products to the next level of functionality, design and scalability. Mr. Hykes has vast knowledge in Hyperledger, Ethereum, blockchain architectures, and smart contracts.
CHIEF SOFTWARE ENGINEER
Samuel Jones is Chief Software Engineer of Thought Network. He has 13 years of experience building enterprise software for energy utilities, as well as the defense and intelligence communities as a civilian contractor. Mr. Jones's experience has included customer information systems, network infrastructure coordination, network traffic visualization, and warehouse and organizational management software, along with his work in Smart Data and microservices with Thought Network. Mr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Science and a Bachelor of Arts in German from Missouri Southern State University as well as CompTIA Security+ certification.
Nathaniel is the COO/CFO of Though Network and is responsible for leading strategy and operations of the Thought Network. His work includes partnership and ecosystem development, long-term strategy, financial oversight and operational improvement. Previously, Nathaniel worked as a strategy and management consultant in multiple sectors, including, fintech, manufacturing, healthcare, technology and business services. Nathaniel has led the successful turnaround of a biotech and an insurance company. He has also worked with start-ups raising venture capital and developed investment strategies for private equity firms and start-up studios. He received his B.S. in Accounting from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Ford is currently Professor of Analytics at the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. His previous experience includes the University of Maryland University College where he worked as Director and Professor for the Data Analytics Program. Prior to that, he served as Chair of the Computer Science Department at Hood College and as President of their faculty.
Additionally, throughout his career, he has held C-level positions at 6 different companies. Dr. Ford earned his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence, along with a master’s and bachelor’s, from the Johns Hopkins University. He holds two patents and is active in both academic and applied research. Rand’s areas of expertise are in the analysis of unstructured data, natural language processing, and machine learning.
CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, MD
Dr. Mitchell is Professor and Program Lead for Healthcare Informatics at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Harrisburg, PA. He was the Chief Medical Officer and Acting Chief Medical Information Officer for the Sisters of Mercy Health System, responsible for establishing the Center for Medical Informatics and the Center for Quality and Safety. For thirty years, he has been involved locally, nationally, and internationally in the development of provider and staff education and leadership development. He is a retired Army Colonel, Fellow and Past President of the Aerospace Medical Association, former Vice-Chair of the American Board of Preventive Medicine, and Life Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He has authored over 40 publications and has received numerous military and civilian awards.
DATA SCIENTIST, PHD
Kevin Purcell is the Chief Scientist at WildFig, a data science and analytics consultancy based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Before joining WildFig Dr. Purcell’s held research appointments in the Sustainable Fisheries Branch of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration and the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. Dr. Purcell’s research employs a variety of computational and statistical approaches to quantify the dynamics of disturbance on complex systems. He also serves as a Corporate Faculty member in the Analytics Group at Harrisburg University.
Dr. Mrunalini Pattarkine has a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the Indian Institute of Technology and has extensive experience in biochemistry, biotechnology, and nanobiotechnology. She has worked on membranes, proteins, lipids, DNA diagnostics (gene therapy, DNA chips), and protein immobilization for developing them as nanobiotechnological material. She has experience with bioanalytical techniques for establishing structure-function relationships for macromolecules (proteins, nucleic acids). She has also worked with liposomes and reverse micelles as membrane mimetic systems. She has conducted research in environmental biotechnology project related to uranium bioremediation. She has been a recipient of Pennsylvania’s Keystone Innovative Zone Grant for research on development of a hand-held biosensor for the detection of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
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- Partners (14%)
- Community Grants (10%)
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A very promising and complex project that introduces artificial intelligence into every bit of information in applications, allowing to connect various solutions between each other simply and without additional cost. It also provides rewards for development and access to data warehouses with project token.
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There are no minuses in this project, the idea is quite interesting and demanded on the market, as today there are many different systems with their own cryptocurrencies, which need projects like this to interact with each other.
Most likely, this project will be successful in the medium period if the team manages to conduct a massive information company and attract a large number of users from various cryptocurrency ecosystems to use its application, which combines various blockchains.