Josh Duyan has worked at the intersection of neuroscience and technology for over 10 years, currently, as an angel investor and on five boards. He was the chief strategy officer at CTRL-labs (acquired by Meta in 2019), building the world’s first practical, non-invasive neural interface – a device worn on the arm that taps into the flow of information from the brain to the hand. Post-acquisition, Josh spent two years at Facebook Reality Labs. Previously, he was the CMO of Lumos Labs at Lumosity, an online program that trains core cognitive abilities such as memory and attention to enhance the human brain. Josh received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania.