As a serial entrepreneur, Paul Kruszewski has been hustling and hacking in visual computing since he was 12, when he leveraged a $250 livestock sale into a $1,000 TRS-80 Color Computer. Soon after he wrote his fist video game. Paul went on to obtain a Ph.D. in the probabilistic algorithmic analysis from McGill University. In 2000, he founded AI.implant and developed the world's first real-time navigation middleware for 3D humans. AI.implant was acquired in 2005 by Presagis, the world's leading developer of software tools for military simulation and training. In 2007, he founded GRIP and developed the world's first brain authoring system for video game characters. GRIP was acquired in 2011 by Autodesk, the world's leading developer of software tools for digital entertainment. In 2014, he founded wrnch to democratize computer vision technology.