Who is Timothy J. Sipp?
I am a serial entrepreneur with several small businesses focusing on risk management, business intelligence, strategic evaluation, planning and administration for public and private clients across National Security, Defense Technology, New Energy Research and Development, Systems Engineering and Systems Integration and Organizational Change Management.
I have unique experience in aerospace and acoustics engineering, materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, technical communications, strategic communications, policy, politics and administration covering healthcare, health insurance, property insurance, mortgage banking, international banking & finance and structural economics.
I am a Professional Problem Solver with an unparalleled track record of discretion and success. Please take a look at my start-ups & imagine the possibilities.
ÆPro Systems, LLC. Archicoustics, LLC. Auto-Aero-X, LLC. Cryovibe, LLC. Da Veni Vidi Vici, LLC. Soulutions, LLC.
I am a screenwriter, playwright, actor, producer and director with a Bachelor's in Political Science-International Relations and National Security Studies. My education focused on:
Economics, specializing in Structural Economics, International Banking and Finance;
History focused on Historiography and the European expansion into Asia;
Russian and Eurasian History and Politics;
and the History of South American Gender Politics post Colonialism with a graduate thesis on Gender Politics in Central American Socialist revolutions of the 1980s from the University of New Mexico.
I also have a Masters in Public Administration from the University of New Mexico in Healthcare Policy, Politics and Administration.
My degree focused on special studies in Developmental Disabilities and Women's Health with a thesis on the Roadblocks and Resolutions to realizing the benefits of the Implementation of the Medicaid expansion and Affordable Care Act in New Mexico in 2013.
I was also a 24-7-365 volunteer care-giver for over 5 years to a terminally ill gentleman who passed away two years after his double-lung transplant from Cystic Fibrosis, Cerebral Palsy and COPD, while myself becoming fully disabled.
I was also a Presidential Management Fellowship Semi-Finalist during this time (2013).
I am a Senior Technical Writer and Instructional Designer with over 20 years of experience in Aerospace Engineering, Healthcare, Software Development and Support, Organizational Learning and Instructional Technology and Change Management.
I invented the now ubiquitous FLASH based animated narrated online learning modules while working for National Healthcare Resources before and after it was acquired by Concentra Managed Care from 2000-2002. While there I developed the Ten Commandments of Online User Interface for Sequencing and Navigation that are now taught to all college Instructional Technology students and professionals in Instructional Technology.
Whilst documenting the data architecture of a complicated web-delivered fraud-detecting billing software in 2002 I came into contact with brilliant mathematicians from NYU pioneering multiple-dimensional data objects and I set out to predict how many dimensions the fraud-detection solution would require.
I wrote up a rough formula based on my Logic Model and showed it to the Senior Data Architect and Mathematician who asked me if I knew of Markov and Markovian Decision Matrices. I said no and he showed me the formula to Markovian Decision Matrices and my predictive formula was nearly a perfect match.
This inspired me to go further down the road of Computer Science and Data Architecture with the specific purpose of producing a Multi-Dimensional Data Architecture with Multi-Dimensional Metadata supported by multi-tiered Fuzzy-Logic Business Rules Servers to approximate Artificial Intelligence via the interactions of several Relevant Entity Assisted Self-Organizing Networks.
At this time I realized that in order to render a more robust system that web crawling spiders would have to have the ability to understand concepts in language and not just key words and phrases. I designed a system that diagrammed sentences like we learned in middle school.
I put the entire system together, branded it and headed to Memphis in 2005 to the DoD DARPA conference on SCORM (Shared Content Object Reference Model) for streamlining inter-agency training modules and online learning systems. I called my system the VOICE of REASON hosted by ARIA: Virtual Online Interactive Client Empowerment Relevant Entity Assisted Self-Organizing Networks Animated Real-time Interactive Assistants.
My system uses 4-Dimensional Markovian Data Objects for end-users tied to 4-Dimensional Metadata Objects for Computers connected through dimensionally reduced "wormholes" and Stateless Object Caching for Communications and Queries. While at the conference I met the PhD who derived a similar sentence diagramming algorithm that year and found out that he called it Syntactic Tree Structures or STS.
He seemed upset when I told him that when I invented it I hadn't called it that but I was happy to use his preference during discussions. Needless to say I was not on the list of speakers, but after the first meeting my ideas became the most prominent points of discussion and DARPA representatives said that I was at least 20 years ahead of them in my thinking and my solution.
They promised to hire me and make excellent and expedient use of my revolutionary data architecture, information architecture and user interface design.
I never heard back from DARPA but was informed by a highly placed source in American Intelligence that they appreciated my work so much that they decided to use it and after rereading my papers no longer needed my assistance. Hmmm, lesson learned.
A few years later a very entertaining movie came out called Eagle Eye about an all knowing learning computer called ARIA that ran amuck and tried to kill everyone in government that it thought was detrimental to American interests. I appreciated the nod from the screenwriters to the source material that inspired their blockbuster.
A few years later DARPA commercialized a small fraction of the ARIA structure and code that I had initially intended to aid learning disabilities' diagnostics in real-time by modifying learning curricula and content to improve learning aggregation, assimilation and retention.
Siri was born and soon after that Apple purchased it, and everyone else has scrambled to catch up with their own watered-down versions of my source material. I learned a lot about the need to apply for patents before sharing my ideas.
Oddly enough in the world full of patent infringement lawsuits and counter lawsuits the simple truth is that no one can claim intellectual property rights to any voice activated interactive virtual learning assistants because I gave it away freely in published documents at a government sponsored research and development conference in 2005 and emailed it and published it online.
Two words: Paper Trail.