is a futurist based in San Francisco who is currently
Founder of CPUSet and
Founder of a Stealth Bioinformatics startup.
He has developed applications in diverse problem domains from inventory management to whole-genome DNA sequencing during his 20 years of industry experience. His interests include the new web, nanotechnology, and the Singularity. He was CEO of FillZ, an online inventory management and order fulfillment system for volume book, CD, and DVD sellers. He initially developed the technology behind FillZ to help a friend who was having difficulty loading her book inventory on to several marketplaces simultaneously.
FillZ has since been incorporated into AbeBooks and has facilitated orders for books worth tens of millions of dollars on behalf of its clients. More recently Miron has contributed to organizing technology conferences including the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology’s Future of Bio and Nano Conference and the Singularity Institute’s Singularity Summit.
Miron earned his B.Sc. in Computer Engineering at Simon Fraser University, Canada in 1992. He did his first two years of study at Technion-Machon Technologi Le’, Israel. Read his blog.