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Walter O’Brien grew up on 24 February, 1975 in Clonroche, Ireland, is a CEO of Scorpion Computer Services. Find Walter O’Brien’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 45 years of age.

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Business CEO of Scorpion Computer Services
How old? 46 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 24 February 1975
Born day 24 February
Birthplace Clonroche, Ireland
Nationality Irish

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In 2017, O’Brien was honored with unite4:humanity’s Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement award.


O’Brien has spoken at numerous events, including speaking at the Mensa 2016 annual gathering event in San Diego, and the Houston Innovation Conference and Showcase.


In 2015, Kilkenny People reported that O’Brien received a mayoral certificate from the mayor of Kilkenny for his contribution and dedication to the Irish community in Los Angeles. O’Brien helped fund the start-up cost of Kilkenny Taxi Watch which Kilkenny People reported as having prevented 45 suicides through July 2015. By April 2016, Taxi Watch stated on their FB account name page that the number of lives saved had reached 100.


French tabloid Telestar reported that there is no record of the alleged NASA hack. Techdirt pointed out that the US Department of Homeland Security—which CBS showed surrounding O’Brien’s family’s home in the television show—did not exist at the time of the alleged hack.

According to O’Brien, in an effort to promote his company Scorpion Computer Services, Inc. and its service Concierge Up, he came up with the idea to create a television show. O’Brien contacted Scooter Braun who shopped the idea to CBS. In September 2014, CBS premiered the first season of the drama series, Scorpion, based on O’Brien’s alleged life experiences. He serves as an executive producer for the series, and regularly contributes to story development. For his part in story development O’Brien consults with series writers on technical aspects of the plot, including how he would solve problems presented in the show’s scripts. The technical aspects of the plot, however, were a reason for the National Science Teachers Association to advise teachers to use the show as an example of incorrect or exaggerated science in 2015. O’Brien also consults with Elyes Gabel, the actor who plays the fictional Walter O’Brien. In an interview with CBS News to promote the second season, Gabel said about O’Brien that “he’s out saving the world or talking to, you know, princes of Liechtenstein. So every now and again, I get the chance to talk to him and he’ll call me up. And sometimes we talk about the show. Sometimes we talk about characters.”

The first season attracted more than 26 million viewers. CBS ordered a full season of Scorpion in October 2014 and renewed it for a second season in 2015. The show was renewed again for a third season in 2016, with a fourth seasoned confirmed for 2017. In March 2017, CBS renewed Scorpion for season 4. The show was cancelled after four seasons in May 2018.

In 2014, CNET, Techdirt, and Fast Company evaluated CBS’ claims about O’Brien’s accomplishments, widely reported in the media, following questions to Fast Company. The Irish Times said that “it is impossible to substantiate some claims.” In a follow-up interview with Susan Karlin of Fast Company magazine, O’Brien answered some of Karlin’s questions but said that he was bound by non-disclosure agreements.

Karlin wrote that some community edited business directories showed O’Brien’s company was much smaller than the 2,600 employees and $1.3 billion in revenues stated in Karlin’s original article. For example, in 2014 an anonymous editor on recorded Scorpion Computer Services as having 1 employee with annual revenue of $66,000. Karlin points out that community edited business directories data may be unreliable, and O’Brien stated that most of the company consists of independent contractors who work remotely.


A month after the bombing at the 2013 Boston Marathon, Fox 11 LA-KTTV (Los Angeles) reported that O’Brien’s company, Scorpion Computer Services, Inc., developed video-analysis software similar to that used by the FBI to catch the bombers. Techdirt said that this was one of many “bogus” claims about O’Brien by CBS. Asher Langton, a security intelligence engineer, said O’Brien offered conflicting narratives of his contributions to catching the bombers and that the use of facial recognition software in the manner reported was implausible. O’Brien said he was bound by non-disclosure agreements.


O’Brien has stated that when he was thirteen years of age.(c. 1988 ), he hacked into NASA under the pseudonym “Scorpion”. The Irish Daily Mail reported that the incident was unconfirmed.


O’Brien has lived in Los Angeles, California since 2001 when he was issued an E11 visa to immigrate to the US. This type of visa is set aside for people with “extraordinary abilities” and/or who can be considered a national asset.


O’Brien was a member of the Irish team that participated in the 1993 International Olympiad in Informatics computer coding competition. The university from which he graduated shows his team finished the 1993 Olympiad in 90th place out of 250.


O’Brien allegedly founded Scorpion Computer Services at age 13 in 1988. The Irish Times reported he brought the business with him in the late 1990s, after graduating from college and moving to the US. The New Ross Standard wrote that Scorpion Computer Services started as an IT tutoring service that expanded into security and risk management, and The Irish Times also described Scorpion Computer Services as an artificial-intelligence company. In 2014, O’Brien described his company as a think tank for “high IQ individuals”. In 2018, Jane’s reported that the U.S. Army was using Scorpion’s artificial intelligence tool, ScenGen, on its unmanned aerial systems.


According to the New Ross Standard, a local paper in O’Brien’s home county, his interest in computers began when his primary school started offering a computer course. O’Brien’s father gave him livestock as payment for doing chores on the farm, which he sold in order to purchase an Amstrad personal computer at age nine, around 1984.


Walter O’Brien (born 24 February 1975) is an Irish businessman and information technologist. He was also the executive producer and loose inspiration of the television series Scorpion. He is known for various self-reported claims including a childhood IQ of 197 which have been scrutinized.

Walter O’Brien grew up to Larry and Charlotte O’Brien in 1975 in Clonroche, County Wexford, Ireland. The second of five children, he grew up on a farm. He attended St. Patrick’s National School in Clonroche until his family moved to Rosshaven, when he was 13 years of age. There he attended St. Mary’s Christian Brothers School, Enniscorthy.