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Dan Huttenlocher States Hot Topics Get Overfunded In VC Arena

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Daniel Huttenlocher

  • Professor, Cornell University
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  • Caucasian
  • 1958 (Age: 63 years old)
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
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Daniel Huttenlocher is a computer scientist whose research interests include the extraction of information from digital images via computer vision, the role of technology in transforming financial markets, and management of high performance software development teams. He holds 22 U.S. patents and has published more than 50 papers. A Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University as well as a Professor of Technology Management at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, he is also chief technology officer of Intelligent Markets, a firm that provides comprehensive trading technological tools to dealers and exchanges serving the institutional financial markets.

Daniel Huttenlocher has more than ten years of experience in managing research and development teams in corporate and academic settings. He has received many distinguished teaching awards in the College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences; in 1996, he was named a Stephen H. Weiss Fellow at Cornell in recognition of teaching excellence, and received the Excellence in Science and Technology Award from Xerox PARC.

Daniel Huttenlocher received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and his Master's and Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

I would say the venture capital industry is sheep. So my answer would be that yes, things definitely fall through the cracks. The problem in the venture industry is that certain topics get hot. And when those topics get hot, they tend to get over-funded. Because in the end, there aren't really t...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Daniel Huttenlocher videos

Video 1 of 18 John Callister Shares His Background
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 2 min. 57 sec.
Video 2 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher Shares His Background
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 2 min. 32 sec.
Video 3 of 18 Bruce Ganem Shares His Background
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 4 min. 36 sec.
Video 4 of 18 John Callister Discusses Intellectual Property Issues In Mechanical Engineering Field of Noise and Vibration Control
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 2 min. 30 sec.
Video 5 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher States Importance of Learning Good Problem Solving Skills
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 2 min. 20 sec.
Video 6 of 18 Bruce Ganem Discusses Challenges That Scientists Face In Invention of Product Versus Execution of a Company
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 3 min. 14 sec.
Video 7 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher States Value of Technology Comes From Larger Business Context
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 0 min. 45 sec.
Video 8 of 18 John Callister States Importance of Understanding That Products Must Generate a Positive Cash Flow
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 1 min. 33 sec.
Video 9 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher Explains There Are Rarely Clear Cut Answers in Business
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 1 min. 24 sec.
Video 10 of 18 Bruce Ganem States Reality of Having Multiple Careers During Life
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 2 min. 56 sec.
Video 11 of 18 Bruce Ganem States Importance of Developing a Curious Mind
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 2 min. 22 sec.
Video 12 of 18 John Callister Shares Thoughts on the Future of the Automobile
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 1 min. 1 sec.
Video 13 of 18 John Callister States Product Development is Rational But Market Behavior is Not
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 0 min. 55 sec.
Video 14 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher States Technical People Are Better At Understanding and Stating The Problem
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 0 min. 48 sec.
Video 15 of 18 Bruce Ganem Explains Scientists Must Work At Developing Personal Business Relationships
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 0 min. 57 sec.
Video 16 of 18 Dan Huttenlocher States Hot Topics Get Overfunded In VC Arena
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Daniel Huttenlocher
  • 2 min. 0 sec.
Video 17 of 18 John Callister Shares Thoughts on Developing An Exit Strategy Early In Startup
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • John Callister
  • 1 min. 2 sec.
Video 18 of 18 Bruce Ganem Encourages Scientists To Join VC Firms
  • Academic Scientists as Entrepreneurs - Panel - Entrepreneurship in Scientific Fields
  • 11/7/2004
  • Bruce Ganem
  • 0 min. 25 sec.

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