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Bryce Fuller, Carol Yaginuma and Vladimir Dihovichyny (left to right)work and socialize in the dining room at Startup Embassy in Palo Alto, Calif., on Thursday, May 31, 2018. Fuller, a rising senior at University of Texas - Austin, is staying at the house for the summer while interning at the quantum computing company QC Ware. Yaginuma, from Brazil, is living in the house while doing continuing studies at Stanford in AI and programming. Karlov and Dihovichyny were living in the house while working on an app called Drop. Startup Embassy is a live and work entrepreneurial residence, sometimes referred to as a hacker house. Around 15 people are able to live in the house at one time. Guests, who are accepted after submitting an application with their entrepreneurial credentials, can stay for a few days, weeks or up to a few months at the house. CONTACTS: Bryce Fuller BGF024@gmail.com214-558-1086Carol Yaginumacarolinay@al.insper.edu.brMike KarlovMike.karlov@me.com

Bryce Fuller, Carol Yaginuma and Vladimir Dihovichyny (left to right)work and socialize in the dining room at Startup Embassy in Palo Alto, Calif., on Thursday, May 31, 2018.

Fuller, a rising senior at University of Texas - Austin, is staying at the house for the summer while interning at the quantum computing company QC Ware. Yaginuma, from Brazil, is living in the house while doing continuing studies at Stanford in AI and programming. Karlov and Dihovichyny were living in the house while working on an app called Drop.

Startup Embassy is a live and work entrepreneurial residence, sometimes referred to as a hacker house. Around 15 people are able to live in the house at one time. Guests, who are accepted after submitting an application with their entrepreneurial credentials, can stay for a few days, weeks or up to a few months at the house.

CONTACTS:

Bryce Fuller

BGF024@gmail.com

214-558-1086

Carol Yaginuma

carolinay@al.insper.edu.br

Mike Karlov

Mike.karlov@me.com