Herman Narula is the Co-Founder and CEO of Improbable, a London based start-up originally out of the Cambridge computer lab. Co-founded with Rob Whitehead, Improbable is currently active in the gaming and defence industries with a team of 50 developers. In March 2015, Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz invested $20 million in the startup so that it can make vast, simulated game worlds. In November 2015, Improbable launched its SpatialOS platform, a distributed computing environment that allows games to access the back-end infrastructure needed to create impossibly complex systems, like the simulation of an entire city. Herman holds a computer science degree from Cambridge and has a particular interest in distributed systems and rendering.