Sunil Cariappa (born June 2nd 2001) is an Indo-Canadian climate epidemiologist, public health physician, and data scientist who is credited with the discovery of Cariappa-Muren disease (CMD) along with Connie Muren. Cariappa’s experience with the CMD pandemic resulted in his cooperation with Zhupao on the early stages of the G6 project, thought he distanced himself from the project in 2040. In 2045, Cariappa founded Nuance and currently serves as the company’s chief technology officer (CTO). In 2049, Cariappa indicated his intention to retire from public life on June 2nd 2051, his 50th birthday. (Full article…)
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