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Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce

Dyslexic Advantage is proud to be cosponsoring a Conference at Microsoft June 2nd in Mountain View Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce.

Scott and David both spoke at our Conference on Dyslexia and Innovation last Spring (we’ll post the Entrepreneurs Panel that Scott hosted below). Visit Dave’s Late Night with Dave Hornik HERE.

Here’s Brock’s talk:

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Cybersecurity Expert on His Dyslexia

“From an early age I had a talent for pattern recognition…(but) it wasn’t until I took the armed forces aptitude tests at age 18 that I started to understand my dyslexia induced gift for spatial recognition. The recruiter was more than a little surprised that a student with a 2.0 grade average maxed out […]

Brilliant Dyslexic Spies – More Than Code-Breaking MIND Strengths – Alan Turing and More

Perhaps because of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Imitation Game (see movie trailer below), there’s a revival of interest in knowing more about the dyslexic genius mathematician Alan Turing. Alan Turing is often referred to as the Father of Artificial Intelligence, hero of World War II for breaking the German Enigma code, and creator of “the best engineering innovation […]

Dyslexic Advantage Talks to Bestselling Author Vince Flynn

Recently Brock and I re-discovered a wonderful phone interview we had with Vince Flynn, author of the Mitch Rapp series and a #1 New York Time Bestselling Author. Vince was amazing for so many reasons and he was a powerful spokesperson for the advantages associated with dyslexia. Vince received 60 rejection letters for his […]

Neurodiversity and Dyslexia – Dr Thomas Armstrong