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Nathaniel Polish, PhD Biography

President and Owner of Daedalus Technology Group
Con to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"

“Computer based voting is a real problem. If it is not completely open source with code open for public inspection and comment, this is can not [sic] be a valid way to collect votes. Period. There is really no room for room for compromise on this. Elections done electronically with proprietary systems will always be suspect.”

Anthony Wing Kosner, “The Technological Foundations of Today’s Election Are Shaky, Especially in Ohio,”, Nov. 6, 2012

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • President and Owner, Daedalus Technology Group, 1980-present
  • Co-Founder, Director, and CTO, I-RECALL, Inc., 1997-2001
  • Co-Founder, Director, CTO, and Principal Product Designer, Soliloquy, Inc., 1996-1999
  • President and Principal Product Designer, Simplicity Computing, Inc., 1991-1992
  • President and CEO, Measurement & Control Products, Inc., 1989-1999
  • Adjunct Professor, Computer Science, Columbia University, 1997
  • Graduate Lecturer, Computer Science, Columbia University, 1989
  • Adjunct Professor, Experimental Psychology, City of New York University, 1984-1985
  • PhD, Computer Science, Columbia University, 1993
  • MPhil, Computer Science, Columbia University, 1989
  • MS, Computer Science, Columbia University, 1987
  • BA, Physics, Columbia College, 1984
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Quoted in:
  1. Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?