I believe that the world can be
You probably believe that, too.
How I Can Help:
My current coordinates: at home in SF
Tools for the Future:
These are the tools that will help us build better products and services, more successful organizations and relationships, more satisfying experiences of all kinds, and a better world, overall. Some are entirely new, others are evolutions of existing ones. All point the way to a more successful future.…………………………………………………………………..
My latest Medium post: https://medium.com/seedtoken/what-are-cuis-and-why-should-brands-care-27af6f13a79read more
I had almost forgot about the fun time I had being interviewed by Lisa Kay Solomon at Singularity earlier this year but it's finally hit the Net: http://singularityhub.com/2017/11/28/design-takes-tech-from-useful-to-irresistible-and-it-can-be-learnedread more
My talk at the d.school Paris' D.EVENT conference this past Summer on how science fiction is one of the ways we use creativity to think about the future. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1gYjtIzKhUread more
My article in the International Business Times... Blockchain bots: Why we need a decentralised and open AI future Nathan Shedroff is Executive Director at Seed Vault Ltd By Nathan Shedroff November 14, 2017 12:02 GMT Today, if you want to engage with Artificial...read more
This is a selection of Conversational User Interfaces I've pulled-together to talk about the history of natural interfaces and the lessons we might learn for CUIs in the future.read more
For the past 6 months, I've been working on a fascinating and exciting new project. I've dipped more than my toes into the digital currency world, I've dived in and started swimming around. We just launched a digital currency initiative called SEED intending to build...read more
When Paramount debuted Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987, it included not only new characters but new roles for those who commanded Starfleet ships. Among the most original was the character of Deanna Troi, ship’s “counselor.” Many, including the writers for the...read more