The nerd who started coding to control his toy cars now creating the future's fixed income trading platform

Career Path: From struggling in school to achieving a Ph.D. in mathematics is quite a turonaround. Nevertheless, this is exactly what Miles Kumaresan did. The AI specialist is now trying to create fixed income trading platform of the future.

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At an early age, Miles Kumaresan struggled with the reading disorder dyslexia in school, but he found a way to release his creative energy by experimenting at home. 

He started coding to control his toy cars and found out that this would be his career path. At university, he studied computer science and ended up with a master’s degree in robotics & AI and a Ph.D. in mathematics.

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