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Ramesh Jain got the start-up bug a couple of decades ago. While spending a year at Stanford University as a visiting professor of computer science, he was stunned by the whirlwind of entrepreneurial activity among his fellow professors. “You’re developing something people really can use,” he says. “And it makes you a better researcher.”

Now, Jain, 66, who is a professor at the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California in Irvine, is launching his seventh enterprise, one that, he says, “brings together many concepts and ideas I’ve been researching for the past 20 years.”

Read the full story on the AARP website.