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Carlos Fenollosa

Carlos Fenollosa

Engineer, developer, entrepreneur
Gaztelugatxe, Basque Country. 2013

About me

Hi! Thanks for checking out my page. I'm Carlos Fenollosa, a Computer Engineer and enterpreneur.

I've loved computers since I was a kid. My first machine was a 386 with 2 MB of RAM which ran DOS and since then I've used about every possible machine and OS that's available.

I studied Computer Engineering in Barcelona and then I worked for 8 years analyzing bioinformatics data using machine learning.

After leaving that job I then some sabbatical time, during which I started some projects, learned UI development, electronics and telecommunications, and founded a startup, Paradoxa.

I am currently taking the CEO role which means that, as an engineer, I've had to learn many new skills: business development, sales, management, administration and finances. It's a whole new world, and a very interesting one; businesses are a big pillar of today's world, and I believe that a deep understanding of how they work complements well the technical world and lets you grow as a person.

My dream has always been to found an AI startup. While in college, 15 years ago, this was an almost foolish idea. However, thanks to the proliferation of tools and libraries, the commoditization of GPUs, and the focus on AI verticals, the AI field is growing strongly and there are many market opportunities to apply machine learning on the enterprise.

We are currently developing Optimus Price, an AI-powered dynamic pricer. Before that, I worked as a data analysis consultant with Paradoxa, and co-authored a patent to send data without the internet, using missed calls. I published a tech demo called Puput to listen to your emails using free voice calls. It was so surprising that it got us on TV!


You can contact me by mail and follow me on Twitter.

Some of my projects are on Github and you can read more about my professional profile on Linkedin.