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A veteran of both the US Army and US Air Force, Professor Wes O’Donnell is a highly sought after presenter who has recently spoken at TEDx on Data Visualization and the US Air Force Academy on Leadership. He is noted for his fascinating, informative, dynamic and entertaining keynotes. Wes educates companies and government organizations on a number of topics ranging from emerging technology and big data visualization to veteran’s issues and leadership. But Wes’ best talks tend to center around his personal journey from poverty to distinguished entrepreneur and professor; a truly inspiring journey.

Three Ways To Use Edge Computing To Your Advantage

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Google Confirms Android Camera Security Threat: 'Hundreds Of Millions' Of Users Affected

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Protesters Use Of Self-Driving Cars For Activism And Disruption

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Bipartisan AI Commission: DoD Should Consider Truly Autonomous Weapons

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