My Blog Posts

2013 26/Sep

In the push towards bridging humanitarian efforts and advances in computing and artificial intelligence, there seem to be a minimal number of thinkers AND doers.  Dr. Soenke Ziesche recognizes the imperative need to better integrate these worlds and sees potential implications for both those in the humanitarian fields and those in the AI sectors. As […]

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2013 18/Sep

Like so many scientists and science-loving scholars, Kyle Munkittrick had an interest in science and science-fiction at a young age; however, he didn’t actually consider pursuing “science as a career” until he entered NYU and found a program that basically allowed students to construct their own course of study.  Munkittrick took a class on the […]

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2013 8/Jul

Before Wendell Wallach’s present position as Lecturer at Yale University’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, he founded two computer consulting companies. He’s the author of Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right From Wrong (Oxford University Press 2009), which focuses on laying the groundwork for the field of study in robot ethics / machine morality. In my interview with Wendell, we […]

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2013 8/Jul

Jim Karkanias is a Partner in Applied Research at Microsoft. Starting in 2006, he joined Microsoft in a quest to apply his Information Theory background to a venture called “Health Solutions Group.” A firm believer in the transformative potential of emerging technologies – and an advocate for it’s progress – Jim is Advisor at Northwest Association for […]

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2013 7/Jul

Tim Stevens is Editor in Chief at Engadget.com, one of the world’s top technology blogs whose focus extends beyond product reviews to technology breakthroughs, interesting research, and interviews with Tech experts. This past week I caught up with Tim about his experience with Google Glass and his ideas about the future of augmented and virtual […]

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2013 15/Apr

Dr. Peter Ellyard is Australia’s foremost futurist, and the author of Designing 2050: Pathways to Sustainable Prosperity on Spaceship Earth. His experience ranges from running companies involved in the environment, 30 years as a senior advisor for the United Nations, as well as experience as the executive director of the Australian Commission for the Future. […]

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2013 29/Mar

One of my favorite parts about interviews is that I’m able to bounce ideas off of the people behind the blogs I read. Mr. Thomas Frey is the author at www.ImpactLab.com, and is now known as the Futurist Speaker. Before this, Thom worked for IBM for 15 years and was the only engineer to receive […]

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2013 20/Mar

In my explorations into the world of AI, technology, and futurism, I’ve come across and interviewed a whole host of philosophers, tech entrepreneurs, and brain scientists – but Brandon is none of these. He’s a writer, and his work first caught my attention when I found him on his personal blog, EarthLab.net, which focuses at an […]

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