Uncertainty Research, LLC
A full-spectrum data professional, Dr. Neil Hamlett curates decisional evidence essential to organizations' most-important strategic and operational challenges. He currently helps the U.S. government's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure assess and manage risk related to the most-important federal-civilian information systems. Recently, he helped the U.S. Food and Drug Administration explore Natural-Language Processing techniques to surveil risks with medical devices in U.S. hospital systems. While at IBM, he created the core AI feature for an education-technology offering aimed at the U.S. K-12 market. While a U.S. Navy Engineering Duty Officer, Dr. Hamlett provided system-engineering and program-management leadership for major weapons-system acquisition programs in the space, surveillance, communications, and network domains. He received an MBA from Georgetown University and the Doctor of Science from The George Washington University, both in Washington, DC. While not working, he and his wife travel the world, and explore destinations closer to home accompanied by their pair of papillons.