Stephen started his career as a computer science researcher specialising in the application of artificial intelligence. He spent ten years with Hewlett-Packard, where he led the company’s long-range research on artificial intelligence and patient monitoring and created a new R&D centre for HP’s Medical Products Group. His research focused on knowledge-based planning, reasoning about dynamic systems, and qualitative physics. Prior to joining HP, he spent a year as a Research Fellow at the Edinburgh University’s Department of Artificial Intelligence, where he helped set up the research team for a major national demonstrator project on manufacturing applications of artificial intelligence. He was a Research Scientist at the GEC Marconi Research Centre, where he was responsible for feasibility and design studies for applications including: sonar sensor configuration, spacecraft management, VLSI design for self-test and signal interpretation.

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