Jovan Hutton Pulitzer

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer
Jovan Hutton Pulitzer
Laureate Medal Winner
Award-Winning Inventor

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This year Jovan Hutton Pulitzer is up for the Presidents National Medal for Technology & Innovation.

The National Medal of Technology and Innovation (NMTI) is the nation’s highest honor for technological achievement, bestowed by the president of the United States of America’s leading innovators. The medal is awarded to individuals, teams (up to four individuals), companies or divisions of companies for their outstanding contributions to America’s economic, environmental and social well-being. The purpose of the National Medal of Technology and innovation is to recognize those who have made lasting contributions to America’s competitiveness, standard of living, and quality of life through technological innovation, and to recognise those who have made substantial contributions to strengthening the nation’s technological workforce.

Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, Laureate Medal Winner and Award-Winning Inventor: (First Generation German Jewish American ) also known as, Jovan or J Hutton Pulitzer (birth name Jeffry Jovan Philyaw), is a highly active technology start-up founder., best known for creating and patenting: CQR (See Our Cue – Q Code Platform for Scan Commerce and Scan to Connect) has founded companies have included seed investment rounds ranging from $1.6m to over $250m with companies supported and funded by Dreamit Ventures, and Microventures to name a few lead investors. Currently actively involved in Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Health Care, Mobile Health Care, Engagement Technologies and Data Analytics Industry. Pulitzer has also created numerous product companies that have generated over a billion dollars in consumer sales. His patents are known to grant fast and Pulitzer is regularly one of the top inventors month to month in United States.

Pulitzer’s patents have been licensed to more than 330 companies, ranging from early-stage firms to Fortune 100 Industry Leaders such as eBay, IBM, AOL, Cisco, Google, Walgreen Co, TiVo Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.; Crate & Barrel Holdings, Inc; F5 Networks, Inc; Quick Logic Corporation; Rackspace Hosting, Inc.; Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Companu, Ltd; Zynga Inc., Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Avaya Inc., Ericsson AB, MobiTV, Inc., Nikon Corporation, Pioneer Corporation, NEC Corporation, Hitachi, Ltd., Novell, Inc.; Leap Wireless International Inc.; Barnes & Noble, Inc., Broadcom Corporation, Qualcomm Incorporated, Intel Corporation, Sony Corporation, HTC Corporation, LG Electronics Inc., Nokia Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Best Buy Co, Inc., Fujitsu Limited, Intuit Inc., and Juniper Networks, Inc.

Winner of the 2001 Smithsonian Laureate Medal for “Most Likely to Change Society”

Pulitzer and his technology won the 2001 Simthsonian Laureate Medal for “Most Likely to Change Society.” As part of winning the Smithsonian Award, the Pulitzer Patents and history of their development are part of Case Studies in 140 Universities and Museums, such as Brown University, Duke University, Yale University, Princeton University, Havard University, and Helsinki University of Technology