A team of Stanford University human computer interaction scientists and network experts created VSee to overcome the limitations of traditional tools. Their goal is a simple, yet full-featured product that works over any network, and requires minimal training.
This Friday we visit with Vsee CEO Milton Chen
Milton’s pioneering PhD research at Stanford University has shown why videoconferencing has failed to become ubiquitous despite billions in investments since 1927. His insight in how to make videoconferencing an everyday experience has led to more than 40 invited talks to countries ranging from Iceland to Nigeria to Saudi Arabia. He received the DEMO God award at DEMO 06, and is the co-author of XMPP video standard. Milton received a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from UC Berkeley and a PhD from Stanford University.