Stephen B. Streater
Stephen Bernard Streater (born 1965) is a British technology entrepreneur.
Streater was born in Boston Lying-In Hospital, Massachusetts, United States. He achieved a degree in mathematics from Trinity College, Cambridge and then began a PhD on artificial pattern recognition in the physics department at King's College London.
Streater is married to Victoria Jane (née Fantl) and has three daughters (Sophie, Juliette and Emily). He has a sister (Catherine) and a brother (Alexander). His hobbies include playing classical chamber and orchestral music, Go, new technology, and making videos. Streater's father, Ray Streater, is a professor of mathematics at King's College London.
On 21 July 2011, Streater was honoured by the University of Bedfordshire with a Doctor of Science degree in recognition of "outstanding contribution to the development of computer technologies."
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