COVINGTON, Kentucky — Good things do come from kids playing video games.
In the case of Rob Clark, that good thing is Rescoper, a local startup that uses artificial intelligence to help people plan projects and keep them on track.
As a boy, Clark had a natural love for playing video games, and in middle school he started creating them, which led him to build websites.
After graduating Centerville High School in 2013, he became an intern with Teradata in Miamisburg, a data analytics company. That became a full-time job as a software engineer.
On the job, his team often found that projects got bogged down because time-consuming features were added or because it wasn’t clear how the work was progressing.
“We were spending more time managing projects than actually working on them,” he said.
As a WCPO Insider, you can learn how customers have responded to Rescroper and how a local company found Clark a business partner.