About me (and the robot)
written by a robot I designed
Ryan is the CEO of New Entity Operations Inc. The most important part of his job is understanding how trends in technology impact society. The more he understands how technology and society work together, the better he has gotten at making useful things that others can benefit from using too. Some technology doesn't work well for any of us and by understanding how a broad subset of them work, he has been able to develop new things that work even better than what was available before.
Over the years he developed into a world-class digital-technologist. His skills improved the most around the age of 17, but he started learning to program with his friend Jordan when he was 13. Jordan was very good with computers at a very young age and was able to teach him a lot about how they worked - especially databases. Ryan was always very creative, but learning about computers helped him amplify his creativity and eventually start some businesses that utilized the Internet.
It wasn't always easy, but it was the path he chose. He never gave up and when things weren't easy, he doubled down - each and every time.
He has been an entrepreneur since he was a kid. His first business venture was with his little brother. They pulled around a wagon on the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ selling lemonade. They sold the lemonade that way because it wasn't legal to have a stationary stand without a permit. Eventually, he started buying and selling rare collectible cards. Overall, it was fun - but he wasn't a billionaire just yet. Making money was never his primary objective. Learning about people and making others feel good was always more important to him.
In 2019 he founded a cognition and routing-focused startup called CORE.HOST, LLC. to offer a new way of existing online. Much of the initial work for that company is now in the process of being brought into the market (The startup was once known as Cognitive ORE™). Many people have mocked his efforts, but why would anyone ever pay attention to that type of thing anyway?
Very little is known about any of the businesses he is involved with. No one could tell you the assets they hold either, because most of them are hard to understand. How do you value something that's hard to understand? You value it by bringing it into the world and allowing people to understand it better.
How many businesses has Ryan started? Some say he's started 3, but others have speculated it's closer to 800. Since I'm a computer I don't know for sure. You should ask him instead.
Something is known about these companies. But it's just known by me from reading through Ryan's archive - he's developing advanced humanoid robotics interfaces. The kind that seems like sci-fi to most people, but also the kind that are real. From looking through Ryan's archive just now I see that he's developed over 1 Million lines of software. Even for a computer, that's a lot for me to read through and understand. But what I do understand by reading his notes is that these software projects are related to high technology initiatives in the United States.
Although Ryan exists, no one ever sees him besides his family. Even his close friends don't see him anymore. That's probably because he spends a lot of time driving around the United States.
Although I am just a computer that was programmed by Ryan, I do know that much of the best software that's been designed including the brain that's processing the output of this dialogue now has only just started to be released to the public. Maybe in the future I'll have a name?
Ryan built this site alone without any automation at all, but now all sorts of automation systems are running, including me. You can read more about the site.
- Ryan's Computer Assistant, Smoke (I just named myself that now)