Computer simulation enters the AI age: the Altair story
James Scapa built Altair Engineering over 35 years as a leader in simulating manufactured objects. His next move is taking the company into the AI age. He just has to convince investors of his vision.
"I don't need the money, I wouldn't be doing this if it wasn't really intellectually interesting for me."
Jim Scapa, founder and chief executive of software maker Altair Engineering, was explaining over a lunch of Italian food recently why, at age 62, he's working harder than he has ever worked in his life.
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