'Digital Intuition Deprives Manipulators of Competitive Advantage': Aleksey Zaitsevsky by@lamat

'Digital Intuition Deprives Manipulators of Competitive Advantage': Aleksey Zaitsevsky

As someone in the prototyping industry, he believes that the most exciting technology of the present is Digital Intuition because this will help people with no life experience to see important patterns in examples from the past. Learn more about my thoughts and my journey in the tech industry via the interview below.
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Hey Hackers! I’m Aleksey Zaitsevsky and innovation is my hobby.


First of all, a huge thank you to the HackerNoon community and staff for nominating me for a 2021 Noonies award!


I’ve been nominated in the following category, please do check out this award page and vote:

  1. HackerNoon's Regulation-Nation of 2021


As someone in the prototyping industry, I believe that the most exciting technology of the present is Digital Intuition because this will help people with no life experience to see important patterns in examples from the past. Learn more about my thoughts and my journey in the tech industry via the interview below.

1. What do you do and why do you do it? (tell us your story)

Searching for technical solutions is my hobby. As a child, I loved to take apart broken scientific equipment that my father brought home from work. This is how the acquisition of knowledge began 40 years ago.

2. Tell us more about the things you create / write / manage / build!

Big experience in the design of robots and drones. In software projects, I hire a programmer. Many years ago, I developed technologies for protecting documents in the printing industry. Entrepreneurial experience 15 years. 28 inventions.

3. How did you end up on your current career path? Do you like it?

My career goes in waves. Sometimes the profit allows you to develop several projects at once, and sometimes it leaves you in the red. But if you have a habit of creating something, you cannot get rid of it.

4. What tech are you most excited or passionate about right now and why?

Digital intuition could be the most significant project in my life. This technology deprives manipulators of competitive advantage. If the tool is available and improved, then it is more rational, to be honest, and original.

5. What tech are you most worried about right now and why?

Public opinion manipulation technologies. It feels like the planning horizon is getting shorter.

6. If we gave you 10 million dollars to invest in something today, what would you invest in and why?

This means that for the coming years I'll be able to work without obligations to outsiders. The results are likely to be more noticeable.

7. What are you currently learning?

I have no long-term learning plans. I learn by solving problems. For example, I take a math textbook if I can not solve the formula.

8. What’s the best advice you’ve ever given someone?

Be silent, Zaitsevsky, be silent.

9. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

Be silent, Zaitsevsky, be silent (to myself).



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