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Hi. I'm Robin Winsor, living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I'm the CEO of Cybera, a not-for-profit NGO that runs the high speed research, education and innovation support networks for Alberta. My training is in geophysics and artificial intelligence. In 1991, 20 years ago as I write this, I invented the first direct digital x-ray system and spent most of my career in radiography. I've authored standards now in use in the oil industry and in the field of radiology. I've been fascinated by computers and technology in general since visiting the University of Dundee as a youngster in Scotland and getting to ping a passing satellite for its orbital data. When it replied, I was hooked.

I love Wikipedia, both for its utility and for what it says about the basic goodness of society. I hope I can contribute to the project.

RobinWinsor (talk) 04:32, 2 August 2011 (UTC)

Articles I've authored;