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Sam Benoit
Inventor, Initiator, Instructor

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About Me

Experienced CTO, entrepreneur, and STEM instructor with a strong passion for machine learning, computer vision, and 3D modeling. Holds patents for a swimming device and an intruder location app, while successfully co-founding and leading two startups: one for tracking tools in an operating room and another for water conservation in households. Achieved 1st place in an international hackathon and developed educational apps to help students organize their schoolwork and to educate them about science and technology. Featured in ITSPmagazine's podcast and Psychology Today. Initiated a "careers" curriculum that is now used by hundreds of students nationwide and developed over 50 hours worth of weekly projects. Two-varsity sport athlete (Track&Field and Cross Country) winning all league and team league championships. Additionally, has turned a lifelong hobby of photography into a professional career.


Click on a Project!

Swim Fin


Patent-Pending Device
to Better Swim Techniques


Organizer App for Focus and Organizational Issues

UrbanNaturist Photographer

Patent-Pending AI Security App Featured in ITSPmagazine

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Smart Surgery Tray-Table to Track Tools in Operating Room


Invented Household Water Conservation System

Science and Technology Blog App for Young Students

Camera-Driven ML Beehive Counting System

National STEAM Program Instructor and Coordinator




Interviewed on their "Perspectives" podcast for my invention that won 1st place in an International Hackathon


Published for "The Case for Intergenerational Connections"

White Paper for the Machine-Learning-App Invention that Won 1st Place in an International Hackathon



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Phone Number - 914-261-3517

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