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Sarah Jones

Media: Wthr Tv

Sarah Jones is a U.S. based journalist with a passion for attracting young audiences to hard news. She is a 2017 North American Young Leader selected by Friends of Europe. In 2016, she was named one of the top one thousand most influential Twitter profiles by The Drum, IBM's Watson and Twitter. While Sarah covers a range of world and US news stories - she is among the top forty female social media influencers for conversations surrounding artificial intelligence. On more than one occasion Sarah has had been invited to advise senior level military planners and government officials -in the US and allied countries-on social technologies. More than 67,000 people follow her under reported news tweets on Twitter. In 2015, Sarah received an honorable mention from the Moscow International Foto Awards for photos taken while reporting in Manila on health and sanitation as an International Reporting Project (IRP) Fellow. She was named 2014's Best Journalist in Social Media by a panel of news industry leaders at the 6th Annual Shorty Awards that same year she was also one of ten international journalists selected by as a New Media Fellow by IRP. Sarah was also a panelist during an event hosted by Diplomatic Courier discussing digital diplomacy alongside diplomats and private sector leaders in DC. Sarah has been a Skoll World Forum delegate and Online Media Awards judge for four consecutive years (2015-2018). She is also behind the annual international moment of silence and online event to help remember fallen journalists on May 3rd with the support of Plus Social Good, the Committee to Protect Journalists, the Frontline Club and others. Sarah is a member of Chatham House, Frontline Freelance Register, the National Press Club, the Chartered Institute for Journalists and Investigative Reporters and Editors. Sarah Jones is a graduate of City University London's International Broadcast Journalism master's program, which she received with merit.

Salvatore Salamone

Media: Rtinsights

Writer, editor, and content producer covering business, technology and science. I have written three business technology books and served as an editor at several industry-leading publications including High Technology, Network World, Byte, Bio-IT World, EnergyBiz, Data Communications, LAN Times, and InternetWeek. I routinely produce content for articles, videos, blogs, social media campaigns, Web sites, podcasts and custom white papers. My areas of subject matter expertise include analytics, artificial intelligence, Big Data, cost of ownership issues, cyber security, high performance computing, machine learning and networking technology. I have extensive background in issues impacting the automotive, energy, healthcare, life sciences, manufacturing and retail industries.Specialties: Digital marketing, editorial management, content development, lead generation, gap analysis to determine what content needs to be developedContact me at 646-812-8632, ssalamone1@gmail.com

John Keefe

Media: Quartz

John leads our investigations team, which is currently focused on exposing coordinated efforts to sway, confuse, and divide the US electorate ahead of the 2020 presidential election. He also helps journalists at Quartz and other news organizations use machine learning for their investigations as the head of the Quartz AI Studio. John came to Quartz from public radio station WNYC, where he was News Director and the Senior Editor for Data News. He’s the author of “Family Projects for Smart Objects” and teaches about prototyping, machine learning, and bots at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

Steve Barrett

Media: WFTV

Steve is the President of Barrett Digital Media, an Emmy Award winning producer, and Broadcast Journalist with Cox Media Group and WFTV-ABC in Orlando, FL. BdM produces award winning videos including scriptwriting, videography, editing, presentations and aerial images for businesses of all kinds. Steve is the former Vice-President of Marketing and Communications for Darwin Ecosystem. Darwin is a Premier IBM Business Partner in Cloud and Cognitive Technology. Darwin offers clients solutions in artificial intelligence that include custom cognitive solutions, pattern detection, big data analytics, visual and sound recognition products.Steve's specialty is simplified messaging of highly complex subjects that include artificial intelligence, space exploration, Supreme Court law, meteorology, business innovation, and more. Steve is a 6-time Emmy Award winning journalist, producer, videographer, writer, and director. He's the former President and CEO of Dynamic Media/HDinteractive and the former Managing Editor for WFTS, the top-rated ABC station in Tampa, Florida.Barrett draws on 30 years of experience as a news manager or producer for some of the biggest media companies in the world, including Cox Media Group, E.W. Scripps, and News Corp. He's also run several small companies of his own and been President of a publicly traded Internet video news service.During the last three decades, Barrett has founded, owned and operated Greenhouse Video Services(GVS). GVS produced or co-produced a number of documentaries for networks like HBO, PBS and the Food Network. He's worked as an Executive Producer, Writer, Videographer, Post-Production Editor and Director. He provides marketing, production and media relations services currently through his company Barrett Digital Media.In addition to his Emmys, Steve won a coveted Green-Eyeshade Award and has been honored with dozens of Society of Professional Journalism and Associate Press awards.

Marty Swant

Media: Adweek

Marty Swant is a staff writer for Adweek, where he focuses on the intersection of technology, creativity and marketing. Along with reporting on digital marketing, tech startups and giants, and data privacy issues, he also writes about experiential marketing and emerging technology such as virtual reality, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and blockchain applications.Prior to joining Adweek, Marty was a political reporter in Alabama for the Associated Press and spent years as a business and politics reporter for various newspapers in the south and midwest. He's also a proud alum of the University of Missouri School of Journalism.

Philip Laughlin

Media: Mit

Since joining The MIT Press in 2009, Philip has acquired textbooks, trade books, reference works, and scholarly monographs in philosophy, cognitive science, linguistics, and bioethics. He believes the most compelling books are inherently interdisciplinary and enjoys working with smart, interesting authors who attempt to build bridges between the sciences and the humanities. This outlook is reflected in his publications at MIT, which cover topics ranging from consciousness, perception, language, logic, memory, creativity, evolution, and artificial intelligence to art, dreams, free will, madness, morality, religion, time, and death. Before joining The MIT Press, Philip acquired psychology books for Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, and Springer Publishing Company. His Twitter profile is @PhilipLaughlin

James Morra

Media: Electronic Design

James Morra is an associate content producer for Electronic Design. He covers everything from autonomous driving and sensors to the future of computing and artificial intelligence chips. He reports business news in the chip industry, including start-ups, acquisitions, and the semiconductor supply chain. He also contributes to Microwaves & RF and SourceToday. He is based out of Austin, Texas.

Timothy Prickett Morgan

Media: The Next Platform

Co-founder and co-editor Timothy Prickett Morgan brings 25 years of experience as a publisher, IT industry analyst, editor, and journalist for some of the world's most widely-read high-tech and business publications including The Register, BusinessWeek, Midrange Computing, IT Jungle, Unigram, The Four Hundred, ComputerWire, Computer Business Review, Computer System News and IBM Systems User. Most recently, he was the Editor in Chief of EnterpriseTech.

Lisa Calhoun

Media: Insider

Lisa Calhoun is general partner at Valor Ventures. She is the author of How You Rule the World and runs the online magazine FemaleEntrepreneurs as well as Female Founder meetups through the Southeast. She founded Write2Market, a tech public relations firm that ranks in the Top 10 agencies for startups in the country. Hobbies include golf, running, and Dutch.

Kenyon Brown

Media: John Wiley And Sons

Have an idea for a book? I'm interested in artificial intelligence, deep learning, and IT advances in healthcare delivery. Send your ideas or proposals to kebrown@wiley.com.Content Acquisitions Editor with over 20 years of experience in technical book publishing. Responsible for acquiring content, developmental editing, and managing projects. Proven success in negotiating contracts and managing budgets. Track record of on-time delivery of book releases. Solid record of identifying strategic partnerships and content opportunities, and maintaining strong relationships with authors and vendors. Possess strong organizational, project management, and verbal and written communication skills. Entrepreneurial and self-motivated contributor. Proficient on PC and Macintosh platforms. Knowledge of content management tools, Web design techniques, and graphics software.

Maria Temming

Media: Science News

Maria Temming is the technology writer at Science News. Maria has undergraduate degrees in physics and English from Elon University and a master's degree in science writing from MIT. She has written for Scientific American, Sky & Telescope and NOVA Next. She’s also a former Science News intern.

Evan Ackerman

Media: IEEE Spectrum

Evan Ackerman is the senior writer for IEEE Spectrum’s award-winning robotics blog, Automaton. Since 2007, he has written over 6,000 articles on robotics and emerging technology, covering conferences and events on every single continent except Africa, Antarctica, Australia, and South America (although he remains optimistic). In addition to Spectrum, Evan’s work has appeared in a variety of other online publications including Gizmodo and Slate, and you may have heard him on NPR’s Science Friday or the BBC World Service if you were listening at just the right time. Evan has an undergraduate degree in Martian geology, which he almost never gets to use, and still wants to be an astronaut when he grows up. In his spare time, he enjoys scuba diving, rehabilitating injured raptors, and playing bagpipes excellently.

CHUCK MARTIN

Media: MediaPost

Chuck Martin is Editor of the AI & IoT Daily at MediaPost and writes the daily Connected Thinking column. He is a NY Times Business bestselling author and his latest book is “Digital Transformation 3.0” (The New Business-to-Consumer Connections of The Internet of Things.) He is CEO of Net Future Institute and a frequent keynote speaker internationally.

John Paczkowski

Media: BuzzFeed News

John Paczkowski is a technology and business editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco.

Michael Robuck

Media: FierceTelecom

Mike Robuck is the Editor of FierceTelecom. He joined the Fierce staff in April of 2018 and is responsible for covering SDN, NFV, cloud, virtualization, and digital transformations. Prior to joining FierceTelecom, he wrote about those same topics for Light Reading's Telco Transformation microsite. He has a long history of reporting on the telecom and cable sectors on topics such as OSS/BSS, cloud, wireless, pay TV and OTT, for publications such as CED Magazine, Communications Technology and Boardwatch. He enjoys skiing, hiking, fishing and camping with his wife, son and daughter.

Karen Hao

Media: MIT Technology Review

Karen Hao is the artificial intelligence reporter for MIT Technology Review. In particular she covers the ethics and social impact of the technology as well as its applications for social good. She also writes the AI newsletter, the Algorithm, which thoughtfully examines the field’s latest news and research. Prior to joining the publication, she was a reporter and data scientist at Quartz and an application engineer at the first startup to spin out of Google X.

Erika Morphy

Media: GlobeSt

freelance full time, writing about Business, Finance. You can find me at GLOBEST.COM which covers commercial real estate and E-COMMERCETIMES.COM, which covers technology news. My publication credits also include Financial Times’ Foreign Direct Investment Magazine, Trade & Forfaiting Review, International Securitization & Structured Finance Report, Insurance Finance & Investment, Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Universal News, McGraw Hill’s Duskin’s International Business and Supply Chain Yearbook

Rachel Becker

Media: CALmatters

Rachel Becker is a science reporter for The Verge.

Jennifer Strong

Media: The Wall Street Journal

Jennifer Strong brings complicated topics to life with sound and storytelling for WSJ Podcasts. Her reporting has been heard on a variety public radio documentaries and programs including Marketplace, The World, and NPR Newscast. Her investigation for PRI on how the U.S. market for poached ivory funded terrorist organizations was recognized by the National Press Club in 2016.

Jesus Rodriguez

Media: Medium

Working on new projects at the intersection of AI and blockchain technologies. Angel Investor, Columnist at http://CIO.com

Meira Gebel

Media: Business Insider

Meira writes about tech for Business Insider. Her work has appeared in USA Today, Detroit Free Press and San Francisco Business Times. She is a recent graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where she reported on healthcare and criminal justice.

Joe Palca

Media: Wesa

Joe Palca is a science correspondent for NPR. Since joining NPR in 1992, Palca has covered a range of science topics — everything from biomedical research to astronomy. He is currently focused on the eponymous series, "Joe's Big Idea." Stories in the series explore the minds and motivations of scientists and inventors.

Scott Shane

Media: The New York Times

Scott Shane is a reporter in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, where he has written about national security and other topics. He was part of teams that won Pulitzer Prizes in 2017 for coverage of Russia's hacking and other projections of power abroad and in 2018 for reporting on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Donald Trump campaign and administration.

David Louie

Media: Electricliterature

For someone who loves technology, what better job could there be than covering Silicon Valley and the innovators who keep creating new products and services. I grew up taking photos with a Brownie Instamatic. I learned how to process black & white film. Now I use a high-end Canon DSLR, and I travel the world to take photos that I "process" in digital imaging software. I wrote term papers on a typewriter in school. Later, I built a "hacker special" a PC assembled from components I bought as they went on sale at the electronics store.

Matthew Hutson

Media: Science Magazine

Matt is a freelance writer for Science. He covers artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, cybersecurity, and the Internet of Things. He has a bachelor’s degree in cognitive neuroscience from Brown University and a master’s degree in science writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his thesis explored AI and creativity.

Tae Kim

Media: Barron's

Tae is a technology reporter at Barron’s.

Jessica Davis

Media: informationweek

Jessica Davis has spent a career covering the intersection of business and technology at titles including IDG's Infoworld, Ziff Davis Enterprise's eWeek and Channel Insider, and Penton Technology's MSPmentor. She's passionate about the practical use of business intelligence, predictive analytics, and big data for smarter business and a better world. In her spare time she enjoys playing Minecraft and other video games with her sons. She's also a student and performer of improvisational comedy.

Rachel Metz

Media: CNN

I've worked as a technology journalist for over a decade. My experience spans many mediums, including major metropolitan newspapers, websites, magazines, and a wire service. I am currently a senior writer at CNN Business, covering AI, VR, and AR.

Gideon Lichfield

Media: MIT Technology Review

I’m MIT Technology Review’s editor in chief. My journalism career has run the gamut from writing about science to covering Latin America, the former Soviet Union, and Israel/Palestine. I helped launch the digital news outlet Quartz, and I joined TR in 2017. My mission is for it to be the leading voice on emerging technology, its impacts, and the human choices that lie behind it.

Patrick Kulp

Media: Adweek

Patrick Kulp is an emerging tech reporter for Adweek. He covers creative innovation, artificial intelligence and the future of 5G, which culminated in a cover story on AT&T and Verizon's strategic plans for 5G.Patrick holds degrees in economics and political Science from UC Santa Barbara. He previously worked as a business Reporter for Mashable.

Brian T. Horowitz

Media: PCMag

Brian T. Horowitz is Senior Analyst, Business for PCMag. Brian has covered technology for more than 20 years. His tech journalism career began at Computer Shopper magazine in 1996. Since then he has written extensively about enterprise IT, innovation, and the convergence of technology and health. His work has appeared in more than 30 publications, including eWEEK, Fast Company, Men’s Fitness, Scientific American, and USA Weekend. Brian is a graduate of Hofstra University in New York.

John Murawski

Media: Realclearinvestigations

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James Vincent

Media: The Verge

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Ed Burns

Media: TechTarget

I have experience working under tight deadlines for large papers, producing in depth reporting for smaller papers, creating innovative content for various websites, including industry leading publications in the health IT, big data analytics and artificial intelligence spaces.

Brad Stone

Media: Bloomberg News

I help run the Bloomberg Global Technology group, with 50+ reporters in Silicon Valley and around the world. We write for Bloomberg properties including Bloomberg.com, Businessweek magazine, and Bloomberg TV.

Stephanie Condon

Media: ZDNet, CBSNews.com

Stephanie Condon is a staff writer for CBS Interactive based in Portland, Oregon, covering business technology for ZDNet. She previously covered politics for CBSNews.com, as well as the intersection of technology and politics for CNET.

Emanuel Maiberg

Media: Vice

Managing Editor @motherboard.

Nellie Bowles

Media: The New York Times

Nellie Bowles covers tech and internet culture from San Francisco for The New York Times. Before joining The Times, she was a correspondent for “VICE News Tonight.” She has written for California Sunday, Recode, The Guardian, and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Nitasha Tiku

Media: The Washington Post

Tech culture reporter at The Washington Post.

Adi Robertson

Media: The Verge

Adi Robertson has been covering technology policy, video games, virtual and augmented reality, biohacking, tech history, and other topics for The Verge since 2011. Her work includes histories of the One Laptop Per Child Project and the Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit System; coverage of the mixed reality startup Magic Leap; and Wake Word, a text adventure game about artificial intelligence.

Dave Gershgorn

Media: Medium

senior writer for @medium's OneZero, focused on artificial intelligence. made the frequently-accurate website http://hotduck.today.

Jeffrey Dastin

Media: Reuters

Reporter at @Reuters covering news on Amazon, tech, AI and robotics.

Adam Janofsky

Media: The Wall Street Journal

Adam Janofsky writes about cybersecurity for the Wall Street Journal, with a speciality in small business. He previously worked at Inc. magazine, Bloomberg News, and managed the WSJ's startup blog.

Clint Boulton

Media: cio

Clint Boulton is a senior writer for CIO.com.

Brian Gormley

Media: The Wall Street Journal

Brian Gormley is a Special Writer covering life sciences for Dow Jones VentureWire. He joined Dow Jones in 2004.

Dami Lee

Media: The Verge

Reporter @verge.

Mark Bergen

Media: Theprint

I cover Google and Alphabet for @business and @technology.

Brian Holak

Media: TechTarget

As site editor for SearchBusinessAnalytics and SearchDataManagement, Brian Holak reports on the BI, analytics and data management beats. Brian previously held the position of associate site editor in TechTarget’s CIO/IT Strategy group.

Daniel Terdiman

Media: CNET

Daniel Terdiman is a San Francisco-based technology journalist with nearly 20 years of experience. A veteran of CNET and VentureBeat, Daniel has also written for Wired, The New York Times, Time

Ephrat Livni

Media: Quartz

Keeping it real in an age of artificial intelligence. Writer @QZ (culture, language, law, science).

Devin Coldewey

Media: TechCrunch

Devin Coldewey is a Seattle-based writer and photographer. He first wrote for TechCrunch in 2007. He has also written for MSNBC.com, NBC News, DPReview, The Economist/GE’s Look Ahead, and others.

Taylor Hatmaker

Media: Thedailybeast

Taylor is a writer at TechCrunch. Taylor has reported on the tech industry for eight long, weird years. Most recently, she was the tech editor of the Daily Dot.

T.C. Sottek

Media: The Verge

T.C. is a Managing Editor at The Verge, responsible for reading the entire internet on a daily basis. Prior to The Verge and the halcyon days of This Is My Next, he worked in the nation's capital as an advocate for the National Park System, which continues to be America's (second) best idea behind the internet. Before that, he spent four years in a charming Maryland hamlet studying embodied consciousness and other strange phenomena.

Sara Castellanos

Media: The Wall Street Journal

Sara Castellanos starts a new job today as an emerging technologies reporter for The Wall Street Journal, based in New York.

Zoë Bernard

Media: The Information

Zoë Bernard is a reporter for The Information, covering venture capital from The Information’s New York bureau.

Siobhan Treacy

Media: Electronics360

Siobhan Treacy works for IEEE GlobalSpec as Editor and provides editorial content for both 360 sites. She recently completed her BA in English at The College of Saint Rose. During her time at Saint Rose, she completed multiple editorial internships where she was responsible for developing editorial content, press releases, and social media posts. In addition to content generation, Siobhan works with Custom Media to produce client content.

Kim Kalunian

Media: WPRI-TV (Providence, RI)

Kate Houston

Media: Kdrv

Kate Houston is an anchor and reporter for NewsWatch 12.

Sriram Sharma

Media: Ktvu

Tech journalist. Previously on @ktvu @factordaily, @Gadgets360, @HuffpostIndia. Interests: writing, code, cooking. Got a tip? DMs open.

Keith Shaw

Media: Robotics Business Review

Keith Shaw is the Web Editor for Robotics Business Review. Prior to joining EH Publishing, he worked as an editor for Network World, Computerworld and various newspapers across Massachusetts, New York, and Florida. He holds a degree in journalism from Syracuse University.

Sarwat Nasir

Media: khaleej times

Senior Correspondent @khaleejtimes • Former 7DAYS reporter • Focus on education, artificial intelligence & space

Emily Bary

Media: MarketWatch

Tech reporter @MarketWatch, formerly @BarronsNext.

Sydney Li

Media: Electronic Frontier Foundation

Staff Technologist at Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Dan Robitzski

Media: Freelancer - Futurism

Dan Robitzski is a scientist-turned-journalist who covers all sorts of science and tech news. First driven to enter the field by the troubling communication gap among researchers, doctors, policy makers and the public, Dan hopes to make the fun and important aspects of science more accessible.

Mark Labbe

Media: TechTarget

As a news writer for SearchBusinessAnalytics and SearchEnterpriseAI, Mark Labbe covers topics that include business intelligence, analytics, AI technologies and machine learning. Before joining TechTarget, he worked as a reporter and photographer for The Pilot newspaper in Boston, covering a wide range of political, social and cultural news and gaining national recognition for his work.

Tiernan Ray

Media: ZDNet

Tiernan Ray has been covering technology and business for over 24 years. He was most recently technology editor for Barron's where he wrote daily market coverage for the Tech Trader blog and wrote the weekly print column of that name. He has also worked for Bloomberg and SmartMoney, and for the prestigious ComputerLetter newsletter covering venture capital investments in tech. His work has been published in the New York Times, Fortune magazine, and CNN Money. He is a graduate of Princeton University and a native of New York City.

Jordan Novet

Media: CNBC

Jordan Novet is a CNBC technology reporter specializing in artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and Microsoft and other enterprise software companies and products.

Cade Metz

Media: The New York Times

Cade Metz is a technology correspondent with The New York Times, covering artificial intelligence, driverless cars, robotics, virtual reality, and other emerging areas. Previously, he was a senior staff writer with Wired magazine. He recently signed with Penguin Dutton in the United States and Random House in the United Kingdom to write a non-fiction narrative about the tiny clan of A.I visionaries who are rapidly changing our world.

Joe McKendrick

Media: ZDNet

Joe McKendrick is an author and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. Joe is co-author, along with 16 leading industry leaders and thinkers, of the SOA Manifesto, which outlines the values and guiding principles of service orientation. He speaks frequently on cloud, data, and enterprise computing topics at industry events and Webcasts. As an independent analyst, he has authored numerous research reports in partnership with Forbes Insights and Unisphere Research, a division of Information Today, Inc. In a previous life, Joe served as director of the Administrative Management Society (AMS), an international professional association dedicated to advancing knowledge within the IT and business management fields. He is a graduate of Temple University.

Casey Hynes

Media: Eastwestbank

Casey Hynes is a freelance journalist and content marketing writer with extensive experience covering tech, entrepreneurship, and human rights in Asia. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in 2008 and has written for The Wall Street Journal, Roll Call, South China Morning Post, Vogue India, and The Christian Science Monitor, among other publications throughout Asia. Her work can be found at caseyhynes.com and caseyhynes.contently.com

Lynsey Barber

Media: City A.M

I'm City A.M.'s award-winning technology editor, covering everything from happenings at Apple and Google to the latest London startup. In particular fintech, blockchain, artifical intelligence, driverless cars, virtual reality and the sharing economy get me out of bed in the morning. I'm always trying to illustrate stories with pictures of dogs. Sometimes with some success. I was named technology journalist of the year at the UK Tech Awards.

Karen Hao

Media: MIT Technology Review

I am the senior artificial intelligence reporter at MIT Technology Review. I write a semi-weekly newsletter about AI called The Algorithm, which received a Webby Award nomination for best newsletters on the internet in 2018. My work has also appeared in Quartz, Mother Jones, New Republic, and other publications. Prior to journalism, I was an application engineer at the first startup to spin out of Google X. Say hello at karendhao.com/contact.

Nick Ismail

Media: Information Age Magazine

Nick Ismail is a reporter for Information Age. He has a particular interest in smart technologies, AI and cyber security.

Joshua Vergara

Media: Pocketnow

At the intersection of tech and life. Picture taker, video maker, presenter and host.

Khari Johnson

Media: VentureBeat

cover bots and artificial intelligence for VentureBeat. I get excited about impact and conversations with committed, passionate people. Yes to community, and yes to good ideas that make lives better during our time on this planet. I love photography and visual storytelling. Research is fun. Lifelong learner.

Alan Boyle

Media: GeekWire

Award-winning science writer and veteran space reporter. Formerly of NBCNews.com. The author of "The Case for Pluto: How a Little Planet Made a Big Difference."

BEN DICKSON

Media: PCMag

Ben Dickson is a software engineer and tech blogger. He writes about disruptive tech trends including artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, blockchain, Internet of Things, and cybersecurity.

Seth Colaner

Media: VentureBeat

Seth Colaner covers artificial intelligence for VentureBeat from the Midwest.

Kathryn Hulick

Media: Science News for Students

Kathryn Hulick is a freelance writer, editor and former Peace Corps volunteer. After returning home from two years of teaching English in Kyrgyzstan, Hulick decided to pursue writing for kids. She now writes regularly for Science News for Students and Muse magazine. She has also published numerous nonfiction books on topics such as video games, artificial intelligence, energy technology and dinosaurs.

David Petersson

Media: Freelancer

David Petersson is a developer and freelance writer who covers various technology topics, from cybersecurity and artificial intelligence to hacking and blockchain. David tries to identify the intersection of technology and human life and how it affects the future.

John Loeffler

Media: Freelancer

John is a writer and programmer living in New York City who writes about computers, general science and technology, and various gadgetry, including gaming, VR/AR, and related consumer technologies.

Ben Schoon

Media: 9to5Google

Obsessed with all things tech, Ben has a soft spot for Google’s products from Pixel to Android TV and more. He can be found writing news daily on 9to5Google and creating videos and reviews for the site’s YouTube channel. Before starting at 9to5, Ben ran a small publication which a friend now owns. He married his wife Melissa in June of 2019.

Kayla Matthews

Media: Information-age

Kayla Matthews is a researcher, writer and blogger covering topics related to technology, smart gadgets, the future of work and personal productivity. She is the owner and editor of ProductivityTheory.com and ProductivityBytes.com.

Serdar Yegulalp

Media: InfoWorld

Serdar Yegulalp is a senior writer at InfoWorld, covering software development and operations tools, machine learning, containerization, and reviews of products in those categories. Before joining InfoWorld, Serdar wrote for the original Windows Magazine, InformationWeek, the briefly resurrected Byte, and a slew of other publications. When he's not covering IT, he's writing SF and fantasy published under his own personal imprint, Genji Press.

Elias Groll

Media: Foreign Policy Magazine

Elias Groll is a staff writer at Foreign Policy, covering cyberspace and its conflicts and controversies. He has written for the magazine since 2012 and is a graduate of Harvard University.

Elizabeth Dwoskin

Media: The Washington Post

Washington Post Silicon Valley Correspondent. Formerly Wall Street Journal big data/AI reporter.

Alison Snyder

Media: Axios

Managing editor @Axios.

Matthew Lynch

Media: Theedadvocate

Dr. Lynch is editor of The Edvocate/The Tech Edvocate. Also a blogger for the Huffington Post & Education Week. #edtech #edreform #k12 #highered #elearning

Susan Campbell

Media: WPRI-TV (Providence, RI)

Graham Roberts

Media: The New York Times

Graham Roberts is a five-time Emmy-nominated journalist at The New York Times, focusing on innovation in visual journalism. Mr. Roberts is the director of immersive platforms storytelling and a co-director of the virtual reality program for NYTVR, leading a team that explores new approaches in video, motion graphics and virtual/augmented reality.

Bailey Schulz

Media: Reviewjournal

Bailey joined the Las Vegas-Review Journal’s business desk in April 2018. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern. Prior to her return, she was an intern on Bloomberg News’ energy team. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2017.

Eliza Strickland

Media: IEEE Spectrum

Senior Associate Editor Eliza Strickland joined IEEE Spectrum in March 2011 and was initially assigned the Asia beat. She got down to business several days later when the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster began. Strickland shared a Neal Award for news coverage of that accident and wrote the definitive account of the accident’s first 24 hours.

Jack Corrigan

Media: Nextgov

Jack Corrigan reports on cyber and national security issues. Before joining Nextgov in 2017, he wrote for multiple publications around his hometown of Chicago. Jack graduated from Northwestern University with degrees in journalism and economics.

Danny Paez

Media: Inverse

Danny Paez is an Innovation staff writer at Inverse. He covers all things consumer tech, artificial intelligence, and robotics. His work has appeared on Motherboard, Cartoon Brew, and CNBC.

S.C. Stuart

Media: PCMag

S. C. Stuart is an award-winning digital strategist and technology commentator for ELLE China, Esquire Latino, Singularity Hub, and PCMag, covering: artificial intelligence; augmented, virtual, and mixed reality; DARPA; NASA; US Army Cyber Command; sci-fi in Hollywood (including interviews with Spike Jonze and Ridley Scott); and robotics (real-life encounters with over 27 robots and counting).

Shelby Brown

Media:

Shelby is a staff writer for CNET, covering software, apps and services. She served as Editor in Chief for the Louisville Cardinal newspaper at the University of Louisville. She interned as a creative non-fiction editor for Miracle Monocle literary magazine. Her work appears in Glass Mountain Magazine, Bookends Review, Soundings East and on Louisville.com. Her cats, Puck and Koda, are the best cats ever.

Sam Biddle

Media: The Intercept

Sam Biddle is a reporter based in Brooklyn, focusing on malfeasance and misused power in technology. While working at Gizmodo and Gawker, he covered stories ranging from vast corporate data breaches and celebrity hackers to trafficked webcam models and Facebook privacy. As the editor of Valleywag, he provided a critical, adversarial view of the startup economy and Silicon Valley culture. His work has also appeared in GQ, Vice, and The Awl.

Lora Kolodny

Media: CNBC

As a reporter and editor with more than ten years of experience in digital media, I keep information about business, innovation and the environment in the public view. My objective is to deliver stories that are insightful, accurate, timely and refreshing.

Ashley Gold

Media: POLITICO

Gold is a technology reporter for POLITICO Pro. Previously, she worked on the BBC's breaking news desk in its Washington bureau and helped launch POLITICO Pro's eHealth vertical. Prior to that she covered heath IT at FierceMarkets.

Kevin Ryan

Media: Inc

Kevin J. Ryan is a staff writer for Inc. He has written for ESPN The Magazine, CNBC and the Long Island Press and contributed to Mental Floss. He lives in Queens, New York.

Vicky Stein

Media: PBS NewsHour

Science writer, science enthusiast. @UCSC_SciCom grad; now at @NewsHour.

Karla Lant

Media: Futurism

As a child during the Depression, I had to have my wisdom teeth extracted by a shoemaker. That was more fun than this.

Robert McMillan

Media: The Wall Street Journal

Robert McMillan writes about computer security, hackers and privacy. Previously, he has written about cloud computing, business technology, bitcoin, and artificial intelligence.

Anne V. Adami

Media: Videofashion Fashion News World Inc

Anne V. Adami is the Managing Editor, and Co-Founder/Owner (along with her husband, Nicolas Charney) of Videofashion the #1 source for fashion video. Videofashion is the world's longest-running fashion news television producer, and the home of the most valuable and extensive fashion video archive. The Videofashion Library is a veritable time capsule documenting the art, culture and business of fashion since 1976. The company has shot 18,000 hours of wholly-owned footage, covering every aspect of the fashion industry, in all of the major fashion capitals. Anne has been on location, interviewing, producing, and leading Videofashions production teams since the beginning. This five-decade Videofashion Library cost $43 million to build, and is now being unlocked thanks to our partnership with GrayMeta -- whose artificial intelligence platform, 'Curio,' makes Videofashions archive searchable, deliverable and monetizable like never before. The archive is 100% shot and owned by Videofashion, so it has no licensing or rights restrictions. Videofashion works with production companies, producers, archivists, distributors and content creators of all sorts and sizes to provide them with the right fashion footage for their projects be it a documentary feature, television series, web-series, or other. Videofashion also licenses original programming (from over 18 television series) to TV networks, channels, streaming platforms, mobile platforms, and other major and independent distributors worldwide. After graduate studies in N.Y. and Rome, Anne modeled for six years with the Wilhelmina Agency while also on location for Videofashion.

Jackie Snow

Media: The New York Times

Freelance journalista published by NYT, WSJ, Nat Geo, Fast Company, and others. @HerGirlFri organizer. @younglucas is the key to my lime.

Danny Crichton

Media: TechCrunch

I’m an editorial manager at TechCrunch, where I cover technology and power. Get in touch if you have a unique perspective on strategy, finance, or politics.

Kyle Wiggers

Media: Digital Trends

Kyle Wiggers writes about artificial intelligence for VentureBeat and lives in New York City. He stands behind VentureBeat’s ethics statement.

Tim Peterson

Media: Digiday

Senior reporter, Digiday.

Eliot Weinman

Media: Cambridge Innovation Institute

Successful media entrepreneur, executive business leader and veteran high technology market expert for over two decades. Founded, built and sold five market leading integrated publishing and tradeshow firms. Most recently founded AI World Conference & Expo - aiworld.com - which has become the the largest independent AI business and technology conference & expo and AI Trends - aitrends.com - the largest business AI publication focused on applied AI. Sold AI World and AI Trends to Cambridge Innovation Institute in April 2018.Before building and selling a series of publishing companies which focused on emerging technology markets, earned an MS in Computer Engineering and research fellowship in AI at Boston University, MIT and GE applying AI in the inspection of jet engine turbine blades. Spent several years heading up advanced engineering and AI efforts at MIT's Draper Labs and Hanover Insurance, building some of the earliest AI and expert systems.Founded several of largest and fastest growing business and technology trade shows in the U.S. including more than 200 events and media brands in diverse technology markets such as robotics, mobile commerce, mobile computing, telecom, IT, enterprise software and app development. Authored several publications, 'Mobile Commerce: State-of-the-Market' and 'Harnessing the Mobile Internet'. Dozens of articles have appeared in New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and others. Has partnered and consulted to many of the worlds leading publishing, research, and computer hardware and software companies.

Nick Statt

Media: The Verge

San Francisco-based reporter at The Verge covering Silicon Valley, gaming, AI, and other neat things.

Melissa Hellmann

Media: The Seattle Times

Artificial Intelligence Reporter @Seattletimes | Formerly @seattleweekly, @yesmagazine, @AP, etc. | @SeattleNabj.

Trenton Jerde

Media: Springer Nature

SUMMARYNEUROSCIENCE | COGNITIVE SCIENCE | DATA SCIENCE Lecturer, Applied Analytics Program, Columbia University. Visiting Research Professor, Department of Psychology, New York University. Research Assistant Professor, Center for Cognitive Sciences, University of Minnesota. Consultant and Data Scientist, deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease, Medtronic. Published extensively in academic journals and presented research at over 30 conferences, professional societies, and guest lectureships at universities. Awarded grants and fellowships from the National Institutes of Health, the Data Science Institute at Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Massachusetts General Hospital, etc. Fellow at the NYC Data Science Academy. SCIENCE COMMUNICATION Senior Editor, Nature Machine Intelligence. Course Designer and Lead Instructor, Storytelling with Data, Columbia University. Trained in science communication workshops, Carter Journalism Institute, NYU. Trained in six fiction writing workshops, University of Iowa Writers' Workshop.DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE General: neuroscience, cognitive science, psychology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, statistics. Specific: eye and hand movements, attention, spatial cognition, visual perception. TEACHING (COLUMBIA, NYU, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA) Applied Analytics Frameworks and Methods, Cognition, Lab in Human Cognition, Machine Intelligence, Philosophy of the Cognitive Sciences, Storytelling with Data.

Jamie Lee

Media: Electronic Frontier Foundation

Jamie Williams is a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, where she is part of EFF's civil liberties team. Jamie focuses on the First and Fourth Amendment implications of new technologies, and is part of EFF’s Coder’s Rights Project, which protects programmers and developers engaged in cutting-edge exploration of technology. Jamie joined EFF in 2014. Prior to joining EFF, Jamie clerked for Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong in the Northern District of California, and practiced at Paul Hastings LLP, as an associate in the firms’ litigation department.

Gabe Carey

Media: Freelancer

Gabe has been writing about the intersection of games and technology since the tender age of 16. Previously seen on TechRadar, Digital Trends and PC Magazine, he currently serves as a Senior Writer on the central hardware team spanning PC Gamer and GamesRadar. In his leisure time, you can find him amassing Razer products, playing games and watching superhero movies ranging from bad to mediocre in his cramped Manhattan apartment.

Drew Harwell

Media: Washington Dc

I'm a reporter at The Washington Post covering artificial intelligence and the algorithms changing our lives. Transparency is a beautiful thing. I'd love to talk and am always looking for tips and ideas. Please feel free to email me at drew.harwell@washpost.com or call 202-334-7918.

Bernadette Tansey

Media: Business Insider

Experienced science and technology journalist---trained at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, I covered biotechnology for the business section of the San Francisco Chronicle, and led reporting on the Silicon Valley technology cluster for online news organization Xconomy. Absorbed scientific culture and methods as an Honors undergraduate biology major carrying out independent study lab research for my biochemistry professor.Deep-dive reporter---always gravitating toward the larger story, across a broad range of beat experience, from government and legal reporting to coverage of tech fields including cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, educational technology, chip design, cryptocurrencies, virtual reality, and targeted therapies. I find much of the deeper story in the cultural impacts of social media, AI, fintech, and other rapidly advancing technologies.Editor---grounded in a solid early education in English, Latin, and French, I find editing easy and rewarding. At the SF Chronicle, a favorite editor said my stories were clean as a babys drug test. Edited both information technology and life sciences stories for fellow editor/reporters at Xconomy, and worked extensively with C-suite tech executives to sharpen guest posts they submitted to Xconomy. Completed the American English edit for a book about sugar metabolism by a Swedish biotech writer.Writing coach---Served as a writing coach for MBA students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, as a staff member of its Mastery in Communication Initiative. Taught reporting skills to journalism undergraduates at San Francisco State University, and worked as a teaching associate at Cornell and UC Berkeley. In my view, all editing should be coaching: a process of encouraging writers to expand their skills.

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