Board of Directors
Brad Templeton is currently chair of Computing & Networks at Singularity University, and Chairman Emeritus and futurist of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the leading cyberspace civil rights foundation. He advised Google's team developing self-driving cars, and writes about such cars at robocars.com. He also advises Starship on delivery robots and Quanergy in the LIDAR space. He founded ClariNet Communications Corp (the world's first "dot-com" company.) He also created and publishes rec.humor.funny, and its web site, www.netfunny.com, the world's longest running blog.
James C. Bennett
Mr. Bennett has served as President and Chairman of the Board of Internet Transactions Transnational, Inc. and serves as a consultant to clients in the space, communications, and other technology enterprises. He is writing and speaking on technological developments and public policy and is a contributor to two books including 2020 Forecast and the best-selling The Re-Emerging Japanese Superstate in the Twenty-First Century . He is on the Board of Advisors for the National Space Society, a public interest group promoting the development of space.
A thought leader on powerful, coming technologies, Christine Peterson, co-founder and past president of The Foresight Institute, writes, lectures, organizes conferences and briefs the media on nanotech, artificial intelligence, biotechnology and other technologies. An Advisory Board member of the Machine Intelligence Research Institute, California’s Blue Ribbon Task Force on Nanotechnology, Peterson also serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of NASA’s Nanotech Briefs.
Board of Advisors
Stewart Brand, Long Now Foundation
Peter Diamandis, M.D., The X PRIZE Foundation
Jamie Dinkelacker, Ph.D., Google, Inc.
John Gilmore, Electronic Frontier Foundation
C. Christopher Hook, M.D., Mayo Clinic
Ray Kurzweil, Kurzweil Technologies, Inc.
Prof. Lawrence Lessig, Harvard University
Prof. Amory B. Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute
Prof. Glenn H. Reynolds, University of Tennessee
James R. Von Ehr II, Zyvex Labs