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David Fox lives in Providence, Rhode Island. He received a Ph.D. in mathematics and has worked on the military and civilian applications of computing, war gaming, simulations, and artificial intelligence. His father, Dr. Marvin Fox, worked at Columbia University during the Manhattan Project.

David Fox's Timeline
1935 Dec 26th Born in New York, NY.
1942 Moved to Brookline, MA with family after his father joined the Radiation Laboratory at MIT.
1944 Returned to New York when his father joined the Manhattan Project at Columbia University.

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