This proud father explained to reporters, first hand, “Yes, it is true. He was genuinely born a Hacker. When he was born, the first thing he did was point to my Bluetooth earpiece. Then he started to take it apart! He was not even a day old!”

“The next thing we knew, he was walking at an early age, straight to my computer. By the time he was 3, he started to make his own computers out of old staplers and chewing gum. The crazy thing is that they worked! The Commodore 64 was nothing next to the ‘Andrew Special’, as we used to call them. At one point we must have had about 100 of them around the house, and we decided to start giving them away to our family and friends. They are still operating, to this day – all of ‘em.”

Dan Hacker, the father of Andrew Hacker, CEO of Thought.live, is very excited for his son and his upcoming ICO. But for interesting reasons. He saw his son’s future develop before his very eyes.

“I myself was never into computers, but when Andrew started to come to my work at the age of 6, he was doing my work for me. He could program before he could read. I started to worry whether I can even work at my computer anymore, but when Andrew started to fix my Excel equations and upgrade my computer to the latest specs with paperclips – all before he was 8 –  I thought to myself that this could be a good thing. ”

“The word about my boy’s computer smarts spread quickly, and people started to call him ‘Young Hacker’. My wife was not quite happy about it, and we even thought about changing our last name, but then it dawned on me. I understood that the name was like a prophecy, or a calling. We knew he would never join the dark side, but stay on the good side, and our family name would be perfect for him. Like Thor!”

“Now that Andrew is a well-known Cybersecurity Expert, in Residence at Harrisburg University, and one of the most recognized faces in this field, he has attracted a lot of attention from the media. He is one Hacker to be proud of!”

“Now he has a company called Thought and is doing something with AI. I don’t know much about artificial intelligence, but I understand it is kind of like the “Terminator”, but Andrew has assured me that as long as he’s working on AI, we won’t need to call on the services of Mr. Schwarzenegger.”

“He’s also doing something called an ICO, and I’m not exactly sure what that means either, but it must be big. Apparently, even the university likes it and supports Andrew. Apparently, they are quite picky about the projects they support.”

“From early on I knew my son would do great things. I’m really proud of his accomplishments, and I support him with all of my heart. I know he’s going to change the world for the better and will only let friendly machines take over the world.”

Andrew Hacker, CEO and Founder of Thought explains, “Thought is a blockchain and AI start-up, backed by Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Thought is fundamentally changing the way data is processed by embedding AI into every small piece of data. This makes otherwise ‘dumb’ information smart. Data becomes able to act on its own, eliminating the need for external applications, and thus makes data processing faster and cheaper.”

“Thought also solves some major issues with the current AI technology. It makes AI more transparent and accessible, and makes sure that the machines are kept under control, so we won’t need to create a revolution against the machines and bother Arnold Schwarzenegger, making my dad happy.”

Thought’s ICO is live now. Sign up at https://thought.live to receive a 5% discount from the 1st of April to the end of the ICO on the 30th of April.

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