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Cecilia Abadie
Works at APX Labs
Attended ORT University
Lives in Sunnyvale, CA
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  • ORT University
    Master in Information Systems, 1992 - 1994
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Geek, Google Glass Pioneer, Self-Quantifier, Transhumanist, Blogger, Speaker, currently at @apxlabs. All my opinions are belong to me.
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Passionate about Technology's Evolution.
Work
Occupation
Wearables Consultant, Speaker
Employment
  • APX Labs
    Director, 2014 - present
  • 33Labs.com
    Co-Founder, 2012 - 2015
  • LynxFit
    Co-Founder, 2013 - 2015
  • Full Swing Golf, Inc.
    Product Manager, 2005 - 2014
  • GeneXus USA, Inc.
    Project Manager, 2003 - 2005
  • Web For Export
    Senior Consultant, 1999 - 2002
  • GeneXus Inc.
    Senior Consultant/Technical Support, 1997 - 1998
  • ARTech Consultores SRL
    Development Team, 1994 - 1997
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Currently
Sunnyvale, CA
Previously
Chicago, IL - Lexington, KY - Montevideo, Uruguay - Topeka, KS - Pennsylvania, PA

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At Google visitor beta center with the Android Study Jam gang, photo by +Trish Whetzel​
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Tested +ThyncVibes, a device that vibrates you into calm or energetic states. I always was interested in diy Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-a-Real-Working-Brain-Ray-Transcran/) and other natural ways to hack my brain, but this seems a fair attempt with a lot of research behind it. It can feel a bit pinchy and uncomfortable, but definitely worth experimenting with.
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I agree +Noble Ackerson​ the way to go would be to try for extended periods, I only true once while I visited their place 
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AI is one of the really exciting topics of our time, I wrote a post "The future of AI is on the cloud" with my friends at Monkey Learn.
The future of AI is on the cloud where complex algorithms that get bettered by the specialized few, get to be used by everybody that needs them for cheap.
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My TEDx Talk "Our new digital brain" got a quick mention (min 1) on this awesome video about the mind and new techs, together with +Barack Obama and is that +Amanda Rosenberg around min 6?

I really think in a few years when we look back, we'll realize that all this tech that we're creating and linking outside is actually the newest layer of our brain, as we put in place the brain computer interfaces (bci). Because out new digital brain is digital, it has a whole new set of skills/abilities/properties and we'll start to unveil and connect deeper to it and the net that it is part.
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With +Brian Ballard​ at the First and Sullivan Growth, Innovation and Leadership awards ceremony 
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Who doesn't like Marshmallows? 
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Looking good +Cecilia Abadie​ ;)
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There's a real gamer in my house and is not me. This Alienware Steam console has the smartest keyboard I've seen for joysticks. It gives me ideas for a Google Glass keyboard or watch... 
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+Keegan Martin​ gotchya, it's even easier these days to build a rig so don't worry. These work good don't get me wrong, but the price is all in the logo unfortunately.

Building a PC these days is getting ridiculously cheap, which hopefully plays well going into the next step in mainstream consumerism, VR :)
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What's up with that?
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Met this guy today around the corner when back from lunch. +Knightscope, Inc.​.​ is your autonomous patrolling robot to make neighborhoods and colleges safe. Felt like going into the future, a future that many might consider too creepy, but I loved the guy with his soothing sound. 
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+Cecilia Abadie Jibo is really cool and I agree about each household's individual decision. I love personal robots, but I don't like the use case of robot security patrol. People will need to be responsible for their robots... if you let your robot patrol your neighborhood you need to be sure he's not going to flip out and attack someone for being rude or aggressive (here in the NYC area people get aggressive pretty quick, lol) I don't like people having guns, I don't think I'd like robots having them either, lol. Where do we draw the line with robots that are stronger than us and able to crowd control/subdue a person? I guess I'm talking more about the ethical development of technology in certain use cases rather than the public's adoption. I fully support soccer playing Nao, personal assistant Jibo, and even hobbyist Meccanoid.
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Mr Fuzzy Paws is ready to explore the new hood soon with his new pet tracker +Tagg Pet Tracker & Activity Monitor.

We were terrified that he would get lost trying to find the old house but know he should be ok to go out and explore. 
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Exactly +Robert Hamilton!  I've said for years, especially once I had children, this should be a thing.  A choice for a parent or a pet owner.  Get the technology small enough to implant.  Something subcutaneous that can easily be removed if the person decides (or the child grows up) that they don't want it.  I know many people would be too paranoid to use it.  Their choice.  I'D like the security of mind.
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Nothing like having kids as an excuse to play... LEGO Mindstorms ev3 is coming home. 
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You're the best +Inspect.Net, Inc.​! 
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Omg +Jesus Suarez, I see it now! Clouds have me such a show today it was amazing
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Quick and right service, nice attention
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Fast nice service and great food, all in all great value
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reviewed a year ago
We usually do take out from here, but it's the best place in town as far as the food goes. My fav dish is panang curry, together with tom kha soup.
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reviewed a year ago
This is our to go In&Out local place. Always super nice people ready to welcome you with a smile and regular In&Out food quality. Drive thru not too busy typically, except a bit at peak hours.
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reviewed a year ago
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Totally love their lunch specials that comes with soup, sides and main dish (usually panang curry). It can get expensive at night but food is delicious.
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reviewed a year ago
We love their lunch buffet, their complimentary bread is awesome and they have great variety including some salad and awesome deserts.
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How can you not like free peanuts?? Tasty burgers and fries. Doesn't have many more options, but as far as a burger goes, they're pretty good and with a good selection of topics.
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