Jamie was a classmate of Peter Parker's at Empire State University,[1] who developed and built a quantum predictive computer, dubbed "The Clairvoyant".[2]

Reshaping the Future

At ESU, Jamie presented Peter Parker his repaired Webware device while the two were part of a group project. In need of a project idea for the semester, Jamie took initiative and modified the Webware into a predictive quantum computer to analyze the expanding Multiverse and extrapolate a plausible near future. Revealing this device in a class presentation, Jamie provided an accurate detailed prediction of Peter's excuse for being late to class, as well as what his group and the audience would say. After the presentation, Jamie acknowledged the limited ability of the device, due to an inadequate power source for quantum computing, and requested that Peter find a solution as he managed a start-up despite its eventual downfall.[3]

Becoming the Clairevoyant

After Peter accepted, he returned a day later to Jamie with the device serendipitously supercharged by a burst of temporal energy and integrated with Miguel O'Hara's former holographic A.I. assistant, Lyla. While Jamie was excited for the new power source, when Peter inquired how the device could never reach 100% during tests, Jamie explained the Clairvoyant could only tabulate from common threads as every reality would be unique, thus any absolute certainty would be mathematically impossible.[4] Needing funding for and field testing the Clairvoyant's capabilities, Jamie took the device to Chance's casino, the Palace, where he earned a substantial profit after eight consecutive wins.[5]


Skilled Inventor & Engineer: Capable of repurposing a Webware wrist computer into a quantum prediction computer.[2]

Gifted Intellect: Jamie possesses an inherit intelligence for engineering, as displayed when he built a quantum computer from a Webware device.[2]


The Clairvoyant: Developed from the Parker Industries' Webware device, the Clairvoyant was redesigned to operate as a quantum computer to extrapolate the most likely future outcome.[2]

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