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Dr. Richard M. Stallman, Software Freedom Activist

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 12, 2018

Dr. Richard Matthew Stallman is a software developer and software freedom activist. He worked at the Artificial Intelligence Lab at MIT from 1971 to 1984, learning operating system development and wrote the first extensible Emacs text editor there in 1976. He also developed the AI technique of dependency-directed backtracking, known as truth maintenance. In 1983 Stallman announced the project to develop the GNU operating system, a Unix-like operating system meant to be entirely free software, and has been the leader of the project ever since. With that announcement he also launched the Free  Read More

Pavel Bains, Bluzelle

Posted on Monday, Jan 29, 2018

Pavel Bains is the CEO of Bluzelle - a leading blockchain technology company based in Asia. Pavel is a World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer. Pavel is an expert in digital media having worked with Disney, Microsoft, Warners Bros, DreamWorks. Pavel is also a frequent contributor to Forbes, Huffington Post and Fast Company, writing articles in the areas of finance and digital media. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.

Matthew Unger, iComply Investor Services

Posted on Thursday, Jan 11, 2018

Matthew Unger is CEO and Founder of iComply Investor Services Inc. a regtech platform that automates compliance procedures for ICOs enabling them to be securely utilized as efficient financial instruments. iComply ICO streamlines legal, due diligence and accounting processes providing automated checks and balances and supports financial literacy, trust, democratization, decentralization and integrity. Find out more at iComplyICO.com. Matthew is passionate about unlocking the opportunities that new technology has to offer. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.

Mitchell Loureiro, SingularityNET

Posted on Thursday, Dec 21, 2017

This week I interview Mitchell Loureiro, Marketing Lead at SingularityNET, the decentralized marketplace for AI. By combining a protocol for inter-AI data and value transfer, SingularityNET makes a distributed AI economy possible. Backed by leading minds in AI like Dr. Ben Goertzel (creator of AGI) and the creators of Sophia the Robot, SingularityNET is here to lay the foundation of a decentralized machine to machine economy. You can learn more about the project at singularitynet.io. For comprehensive shownotes and links in the episode take a look below or click the episode title.

James Nugent

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017

This week we interview James Nugent, a software developer from Bath, England. He currently works in engineering at Joyent, an open source public cloud company recently acquired by Samsung Electronics. Previously, James was a core contributor at HashiCorp building operations tooling, and Event Store LLP, which produces an open source stream database with a built in projections system. For a comprehensive breakdown of the episode and showlinks take a look at the shownotes below or by clicking the episode title.

Martin Kleppmann

Posted on Friday, Oct 27, 2017

Martin Kleppmann is a software engineer, entrepreneur, author and speaker. He co-founded Rapportive (acquired by LinkedIn in 2012) and Go Test It (acquired by Red Gate Software in 2009). An accomplished author and academic, Martin wrote a book for OReilly, called Designing Data-Intensive Applications, while working as a researcher at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory.