Psydex is a diverse team of visionaries and realists, seers and doers - all sharing an obsession with making machines think like humans.
Rob Usey is a visionary and innovator at the intersection of human intelligence and information systems. IBM acquired his first company in 1998, KnowledgeX, which was an early pioneer in social networking, semantics and data mining. Usey has served as an advisor and consultant to numerous National Security interests and commercial companies in areas of high performance data management and intelligence systems.
Usey holds multiple patents in semantics and has a passion for cognitive and social science and the application of game theory to financial markets and the prediction of populations. Usey has a BS in Computer Science.
Don Simpson is a pragmatic innovator and engineering guru in virtually all areas of information management. He co-Founded KnowledgeX with Usey and served in numerous leadership roles in IBM Software Group and Global Services after IBM acquired the company. Simpson has a track record of leadership, execution and delivery of large scale software solutions, holding lead technical positions on numerous Government Intelligence programs and commercial projects.
Simpson's passion for prediction drives his innovation at the intersection of computational sciences, language and financial markets. Simpson holds multiple patents and is an expert in high performance text analytics and semantic algorithms. Simpson has a degree in Computer Engineering.
Tom Murray has a passion for engineering and his aggressive style carries him fluidly across the software and systems realms. Murray has spent the last 22 years designing, developing and implementing large-scale, mission-critical systems for commercial and government entities. Like the rest of the Psydex team, Murray has hands-on experience in virtually all areas of information systems from networking to the handling of high volume, high velocity, high variety data in real time.
Murray's career has spanned UUNET, AOL, GTE, Goodrich and SAIC's Center for Intelligence Innovation with clients ranging from US State Department, Intelligence Agencies, Standard and Poor's, Business Week and Consumer Reports. Murray holds a degree in Computer Information Systems.