162. Ultralearning MIT’s 4-Year CS Degree in 12 Months and Future of Learning, Creativity and Purpose | Scott Young

Scott Young (@ScottHYoung) is a blogger, traveler, author, self-experimenter and ultra-learner that took MIT’s entire 4-year programming curriculum in a year.

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161. The Mathematics of War and Future of US-China Relations, Plus AI, Automation and Mutually Assured Destruction | Sean Gourley

Sean Gourley (@sgourley) is a physicist, founder and CEO of AI company, Primer, an expert on the mathematics of war, TED Fellow, speaker and political advisor.

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160. Why the US and China are Already in a Cold War, the Economics of Inequality and Future of Capitalism | Geoff Colvin

Geoff Colvin (@geoffcolvin) is FortuneMagazine’s Senior Editor-at-Large, an award-winning thinker, author, broadcaster, and speaker on the most significant trends and issues impacting business, politics and the economy.

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159. AI, VR and a World Without Privacy as We Explore the Cosmos and What it Means to be Human | August Bradley of Mind & Machine

August Bradley (@augustbradley) is a futurist business consultant, founder/host of the Mind & Machine podcast and former COO of the pioneering virtual reality company Kite & Lightning. August’s worked with brands including Coke, Xbox, Kia, Gap, J.Crew, Banana Republic, Fisker Automotive, and many more.

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158. Elon Musk’s Wrong, Driverless Cars Make Things Worse and Buses are the Future of Transportation | Jarrett Walker

Jarrett Walker is an international public transit network design and policy consultant and the author of popular public transit blog HumanTransit.org, and the book Human Transit: How Clearer Thinking about Public Transit Can Enrich Our Communities and Our Lives.

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155. The Gig Economy and Why Government (and Big Business) Are So Inefficient | Rob Biederman

Rob Biederman (@biedermanrob) is the co-founder and CEO of Catalant, a company that connects companies to talent and knowledge in real-time and is focused on rewriting the future of work and helping Fortune 100 keep up with the pace of innovation.

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154. Andy Rachleff on Founding Benchmark, Wealthfront and Fixing F’ed Up Finance Industry with Big Data

Andy Rachleff (@arachleff) is the co-founder and Executive Chairman (prev CEO) of Wealthfront, an automated investment service startup to provide wealth advisor-like management to everyday folks. Andy co-founded Benchmark Capital in 1995 (one of the most successful venture capital firms of all time) and was a general partner until 2004.

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153. Former Alexa Head on Amazon, AI, Tech Monopolies and Future of Voice Computing | Alex Spinelli

exAlex Spinelli (@liveperson) is an alAI expert, the former head of Alexa OS for Amazon and current CTO of LivePerson and Maven, an AI-powered conversational commerce company, helping brands like Delta, HSBC, and Home Depot leverage AI bots

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150. Delivery Drones and Our Robot Future | Tessa Lau

Dr. Tessa Lau (@tessalau) is the founder and CEO of Dusty Robotics, a startup whose mission is to address construction industry labor shortages by introducing robotic automation on the jobsite.

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145. Zipcar Founder Robin Chase on Lessons Learned Inventing Ridesharing Almost a Decade Before Uber and What It Means for Future of Urban Transportation

Robin Chase (@rmchase) is the founder and former CEO of Zipcar, the largest carsharing company in the world; Buzzcar, a carsharing marketplace in France; and GoLoco, an online ridesharing community as well as co-founder of Veniam, a company that moves TBs of data between vehicles and cloud.
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