Jack Morrison is the co-founder and CEO of Scythe Robotics. A technical leader who is passionate about connecting computers with the physical world, Morrisson has a track record for leading innovative, collaborative initiatives and organizations. Inspired to develop the future of long-term autonomous robotics, he believes that software engineering and novel research can go hand-in-hand to produce extraordinary advancements.
Morrisson brings deep experience in computer vision and robotic software to his role as CEO. He began his career as a software engineer at MITRE Corporation building computer vision systems for UAV imagery before a brief stint as a Robotics PhD at George Washington University where he researched long-term, collaborative robotic autonomy and perception.
He left academia to co-found Replica Labs where he built monocular, dense 3D reconstruction systems from early smartphone video. Replica Labs was later acquired by Occipital. Morrisson founded Scythe in 2018 with Isaac Roberts and Davis Foster. The company now has 50+ employees and is expanding its facilities in Longmont, CO.
A graduate of Bowdoin College with a B.A. in computer science, Morrisson currently lives outside Boulder, Colo. with his wife on their small farm.