Head of Technology Partnerships
Botond Szatmáry has been part of Brain Corp’s incredible growth since the company’s founding. He joined to negotiate a project with Qualcomm and to lead a team of Ph.D.s to develop a neural vision system and chip. After successfully delivering the vision project to Qualcomm, Botond led engineering development at Brain Corp., subsequently designing the lowest cost commercially available navigation system that boasted a functional safety certification for operation in public environments.
Botond currently is leading BrainCorp technology partnership efforts with AI and robotics partners to apply BrainOS to a variety of platforms and to develop novel applications in the field of robotics and AI in collaboration with external partners.
Botond is an inventor who holds over 40 patents covering neural networks, computer vision, machine learning, robotics, software systems, and functional safety. Some of Botond's inventions were sold for over $10M, bringing significant revenue to Brain Corp.
Prior to Brain Corp, Botond was a Principal Scientist at the Neurosciences Institute in San Diego, CA, where he worked in a small group of scientists, led by the Nobel Laureate Gerald Edelman, to develop vision systems for robotics and to study and develop neural models of the brain. Prior to the Neurosciences Institute, Botond developed facial recognition software at Tateyama corporation in Budapest, Hungary.