Vivek Wadhwa

Carnegie Mellon University Engineering at Silicon Valley

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Vivek Wadhwa is a distinguished fellow and adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University Engineering at Silicon Valley, a distinguished fellow at Singularity University and an adjunct professor in engineering and entrepreneurship at Duke University.

Wadhwa is a former fellow at Stanford University's Rock Center for Corporate Governance, and former writer for Bloomberg BusinessWeek and the Washington Post.

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