Jeremy Blum, 28, self-described “mad scientist” and perennial inventor, is a leading light in the electrical engineering, robotics, and systems architecture fields. He served as a technical lead for the Google Glass project and he’s currently Head of Electrical Engineering at Shaper, a San-Francisco startup that’s using machine vision to reimagine how we design—and use—power tools. Yet this stellar young career in technology started with some of the most low-tech objects you can think of: blocks of wood.Meet Jeremy Blum who I profiled recently for a Forbes piece on the entrepreneur behind Shapr, and his start at GoogleX.
Jeremy Blum: A “Mad Scientist” With A Vision For The Tools Of The Future
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