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Max Bajracharya is Vice President of Robotics at Toyota Research Institute (TRI), where he leads TRI\’s robotics effort to develop fundamentally new robotics capabilities to enable robots to empower, amplify, and improve the quality of life of people in an increasingly aging society. Previously at TRI, Max was a Director of Robotics, leading the Mobile Manipulation Technology team to combine in-situ and fleet learning to enable robots to perform complex mobile manipulation tasks in unstructured human environments. Prior to joining TRI, Max was the autonomy technical team lead for a confidential robotics project at X, Alphabet\’s \”Moonshot Factory,\” focusing on mobile manipulation and machine learning. He was the software technical team lead and system architect of a confidential mobile manipulation consumer robot project as part of Google Robotics, and the perception lead for Boston Dynamics\’ quadruped and humanoid robots, while part of Google. From 2001-2014, Max was a Member of Technical Staff and group leader of the Computer Vision group at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech. His initial focus was on developing advanced autonomous technology for the Mars rovers, which was used on the 2003 Mars Exploration Rover and 2011 Mars Science Laboratory missions. He was a principal investigator, task lead, system architect, and project manager for many NASA and US Department of Defense basic. He worked on applied research tasks resulting in technology transfer to space missions and terrestrial systems. Subsequently, he led the development, integration, fielding, and deployment of advanced perception, manipulation, and mobility algorithms for autonomous robots for the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC), Legged Squad Support System (LS3), Autonomous Robotic Manipulation Software (ARM-S), and Learning Applied to Ground Robots (LAGR) programs, among others, as well as the Army Research Lab (ARL) Robotic Collaborative Technology Alliance (RCTA) and Future Combat Systems Autonomous Navigation System (FCS ANS). Max graduated with a B.S. and M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2001.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Max.jpg”,”company”:”Toyota Research Institute”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Max Bajracharya”,”uuid”:”8cd609c73d654cbca329140f42d80478″,”cb_tag”:576729001,”position”:”Vice President of Robotics”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/max-bajracharya”,”bio”:”

Chris is the founder and CEO for CBC, a global transportation and technology consulting firm focused on helping cities, companies, universities, and governments around the world to advance autonomous transportation and other new mobility services. Chris has more than 25 years of experience in deploying aerospace, autonomous transportation, cybersecurity, and smart city innovations for companies such as Boeing, Cisco, Honeywell, Lucent, Microsoft, Raytheon, Real Networks, and the Volvo Group. Chris is currently a transportation/smart cities advisor for the Cities Today Institute helping cities around the world with transportation infrastructure and autonomous surface transportation planning. His CBC team has also developed and deployed self-driving car simulators for State DOTs/DMVs, universities, museums and other public facilities u2013 to teach the public about self-driving vehicles. Previously, Chris was the Vice President of New Mobility at Keolis Group and helped launch the first open road #autonomous #shuttle service in North America. Chris is a national Board Member for the Association for Commuter Transportation. Heu2019s also a global keynote speaker on topics ranging from smart cities and new mobility services to cybersecurity, alternative energy options and advancements in artificial intelligence.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Chris-Barker-Headshot.jpg”,”company”:”CBC”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Chris Barker”,”uuid”:”7706689ae95b312b2307775eb27708351622145137″,”cb_tag”:576886516,”position”:”Founder and CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/iMeritDigital”,”bio”:”

Radha Basu is the founder and CEO of iMerit, a global data annotation company delivering high-quality data that powers machine learning and artificial intelligence applications for Fortune 500 companies. Under Radhau2019s leadership, iMerit employs an inclusive workforce of more than 4,000 people worldwide, with 80% from underserved communities and 54% are women. Radha led iMerit through two funding rounds, raising $23.5 million to date from investors and led the company to reach new revenue heights. Previously, Radha was the SupportSoft Chairwoman and CEO. She spent 20 years at Hewlett Packard, where she grew HPu2019s electronic software division into a $1.2 billion business and launched HP in India. Radha has received accolades including the Global Thinkers Forum Award, UN Women-ITU Gender-Equality Mainstreaming Technology Award, Silicon Valley Business Journal Women of Influence Award, Top 25 Women of the Web and CEO of the Year. She serves on the boards of NetHope, Jhumki Basu Foundation and the Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship. Radha founded the SCUu2019s Frugal Innovation Hub and co-founded the Anudip Foundation.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Radha-Basu-Headshot.jpeg”,”company”:”iMerit”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Radha Basu”,”uuid”:”36313e6dde1d9ba34746139656e769f51622145292″,”cb_tag”:576886514,”position”:”Founder and CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/iMeritDigital”,”bio”:”

Neal has over 17 years of international corporate consulting experience and is the founder of Best Consulting Company, a company specializing in the future mobility space. Previously, Neal was Consulting Manager at Cushman & Wakefield in San Francisco, Chicago, and London, UK.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Neal-Best.jpg”,”company”:”California Mobility Center (CMC)”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Neal Best”,”uuid”:”0383c6685b2c2f727a471a09a6b2e41e1621546859″,”cb_tag”:576884432,”position”:”Director of Client Services”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

JoeBen Bevirt is the founder and CEO of Joby Aero, Inc., a mobility company that is building a fully-electric vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) passenger aircraft optimized to deliver an air taxi service. The Company is certifying a 5-seat aircraft nearly twice as fast and yet 100 times quieter than a helicopter. Born an engineer, JoeBen has dedicated his life to driving radical innovation in the fields of electric propulsion and robotics. In 1999, JoeBen co-founded Velocity11 to develop high-performance robotic laboratory systems. Velocity11 experienced incredible growth and was acquired by Agilent Technologies in 2007. In 2005, he founded Joby Inc., which develops useful, unique, and delightful consumer products, including the popular Gorillapod flexible camera tripod. JoeBen holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis and an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University. He is the recipient of the 2018 Haueter Award for outstanding technical contribution to the field of VTOL aircraft development. He holds 40 U.S. patents.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/JoeBen-Bevirt.jpg”,”company”:”Joby Aviation”,”featured”:0,”name”:”JoeBen Bevirt”,”uuid”:”c9430344a5b5b5e246877c1d5b00e0fe1618256519″,”cb_tag”:576872802,”position”:”Founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Bill Brandt is the Vice President of Business Development and OEM Sales for Zeus Electric Chassis, responsible for strategic partnerships, direction, vision, and growth of this exciting new start-up company. Bill has been with Zeus for 3 years and was instrumental in creating their partnership with the California Mobility Center (CMC) as one of their first clients. Bill brings 34 years of industry experience and a passion for accelerating electrification in the severe-duty vocational work truck market. He most recently served 7 years as General Manager at Van-Tech/Nott Company, an engineering and systems integration company where he led growth through innovation and technology. Before that Bill acted as Business Development Manager for 15 years with Parker Hannifinu2019s Global Mobile Systems Division, working internationally for a team with $1.3 billion in revenue. Prior to that Bill worked as a design engineer with Boeingu2019s fighter aircraft programs in St. Louis, Missouri. Bill holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University and a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Minnesota. He is based at the Zeus headquarters in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Zeus-BillBrandt.jpg”,”company”:”Zeus Electric Chassis”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Bill Brandt”,”uuid”:”98f4184440ec7a303a7f14afa9aced1d1622060209″,”cb_tag”:576886202,”position”:”Business Development Advisor”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Clara is co-founder and Managing Partner of the Urban Innovation Fund, a venture capital firm that invests in the future of cities. The fund provides seed capital and regulatory support to entrepreneurs solving our toughest urban challenges u2013 helping them grow into tomorrowu2019s most valued companies. Previously, she co-founded Tumml, a startup hub for urban tech. The organization has provided 38 startups with seed funding and mentorship, and hosts thought leadership events around urban innovation. In 2014, Forbes listed her as one of its u201c30 Under 30u201d for Social Entrepreneurship. Clarau2019s work energizing urban entrepreneurship has been featured in numerous press outlets, including MSNBC and TechCrunch, among others. She serves on the Board of Tumml, as well as the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) Bay Area Local Advisory Committee. Clara earned her MBA from MIT Sloan and BA from NYU.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Clara-Brenner.jpg”,”company”:”Urban Innovation Fund”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Clara Brenner”,”uuid”:”0ce56719b9c70462bfdbc5ac5a580394″,”cb_tag”:576790798,”position”:”Co-founder & Managing Partner”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/clara-brenner”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/clara_brenner”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/clara-brenner-10824828″,”bio”:”

Tamika L. Butler is a national expert and speaker on issues related to the built environment, equity, anti-racism, diversity and inclusion, organizational behavior, and change management. As the Principal + Founder of Tamika L. Butler Consulting she focuses on shining a light on inequality, inequity, and social justice. Most recently, she was the Director of Planning, California and the Director of Equity and Inclusion at Toole Design. Previously, Tamika served as the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust, a non-profit organization that addresses social and racial equity, and wellness, by building parks and gardens in park-poor communities across Greater Los Angeles. Tamika has a diverse background in law, community organizing and nonprofit leadership. Tamika received her J.D. from Stanford Law School, and received her B.A. in Psychology and B.S. in Sociology at Creighton University in her hometown of Omaha, Nebraska. She is pursing her PhD in Urban Planning and lives in Los Angeles with her wife and two kids.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Tamika-L.-Butler.jpg”,”company”:”Tamika L. Butler Consulting”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Tamika L. Butler”,”uuid”:”e1f52d51176087f8626c52e3a958514b1618508612″,”cb_tag”:576873957,”position”:””,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Tiffany Chu is a designer, planner, and the CEO & Co-founder of Remix (remix.com). She and her team build a collaborative software platform for 350+ cities around the world to plan their mobility future. She has been named in Forbes\\’ 30 Under 30, LinkedIn\\’s Next Wave of Leaders Under 35, Curbedu2019s Young Guns, and featured at SXSW, Helsinki Design Week, the New York Times Cities for Tomorrow Conference and more. Remix has been recognized as both a 2020 World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer and BloombergNEF (New Energy Finance) Pioneer for the companyu2019s work in empowering cities to make transportation decisions with sustainability and equity at the forefront. The company is backed by Sequoia Capital, Energy Impact Partners, Y Combinator, and Elemental Excelerator. Remix was acquired by Via in 2021 for $100M.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Tiffany-Chu.jpg”,”company”:”Remix/Via”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Tiffany Chu”,”uuid”:”6164c433351a7d69c28c3a6c4a9872a41616003863″,”cb_tag”:576864732,”position”:”Co-founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/search?q=tchu88″,”bio”:”

Evette Ellis is co-founder, and chief workforce development officer at ChargerHelp Inc. Her ten-year career with the U.S. Department of Laboru2019s Job allowed both an internal and external understanding of how to develop workforce alongside of actual work, specifically in Black and LatinX communities. During this time, Evette led teams that placed over 3000 workers in the workforce with salaries ranging from 40K to 100,000K. She has worked with major OEMu2019s, ensuring clear understanding of their needs to successfully produce ideal candidates qualified for immediate hire. Evette is an impactful, thought provoking and candid industry expert, championing technology, innovation, and eco-conscious workforce development. She is dedicated to empowering decision-makers to take massive action towards impactful, equitable and lasting change through the lens of workforce development.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Evette-Ellis-1.jpg”,”company”:”ChargerHelp! Inc.”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Evette Ellis”,”uuid”:”3d3e718c53bd705023b02eb20ecf03e81622649925″,”cb_tag”:576887926,”position”:”Co-founder & Chief Workforce Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/Evetteology”,”bio”:”

Pamela Fletcher (Pam) has been the Vice President of Global Innovation since 2018. Global Innovation is on a mission to turn high potential innovative ideas into scalable business ventures that drive growth and transform the GM business model beyond traditional automotive. Fletcheru2019s experience is broad and global. For more than a decade, she has been in leadership roles guiding the development of GMu2019s electric vehicle and self-driving portfolio and technologies, most recently as Vice President-Global Electric Vehicles. Her teams were responsible for developing several of GMu2019s most awarded vehicles, including two generations of the Chevrolet Volt, and the Chevrolet Bolt EV, the industryu2019s first mass-market, long- range, affordable electric vehicle. Her team also led the development of Super Cruise, the industryu2019s first hands-free highway driver assist system as well as three generations of Cruise AVs. Fletcher earned her Bacheloru2019s and Masteru2019s degrees in engineering. She serves as a corporate director of Coherent Inc. (COHR), a NASDAQ-listed company based in Silicon Valley, and is also a board member of GM Defense LLC. She continued her education with the Executive Development Program at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, the Stanford Graduate School of Business Transformational Leadership Program and the Harvard Women on Boards Program. Fletcher was named to Motor Trendu2019s 2018 and 2019 Power List of auto industry leaders and was one of Fast Companyu2019s u201cMost Creative Peopleu201d of 2017. She serves on the Board of Advisors for the College of Engineering at the University of North Carolina Charlotte.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Pamela-Fletcher.jpg”,”company”:”General Motors”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Pam Fletcher”,”uuid”:”68a0b223639d89bacd3c9abf0bb0e6b01620673433″,”cb_tag”:576881089,”position”:”Vice President, Global Innovation”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Dr. Ernestine Fu is a director at Hyundai Motor Group, leading technology development to build novel ultimate mobility vehicles at the recently-established New Horizons Studio. She also holds the roles of investor at Alsop Louie Partners to support startup companies and adjunct professor at Stanford University to teach courses in the school of engineering. She received her BS, MS, MBA and PhD from Stanford University.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Ernestine-Fu.jpg”,”company”:”Hyundai Motor Group”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Ernestine Fu”,”uuid”:”1ee856aabf04b21a3133c7a3e113ed5f”,”cb_tag”:255629955,”position”:”Director”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/ernestine-fu”,”twitter”:”http://twitter.com/ErnestineFu”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/in/ernestine”,”bio”:”

Quin brings to Autotech a passion for enabling the success of mobility entrepreneurs by advising them on business development, recruitment, fundraising, and competitive differentiation. Raised in Silicon Valley, Quin is a lifelong u201ccar guyu201d who has spent his career solving transportation problems with technology. He has dedicated his career to using technology to create safe, equitable, convenient, clean transportation for all. In addition to his work with Autotech Ventures portfolio companies, Quin has served in his personal capacity as a Board Director, Board Observer, or Advisory Board member at numerous mobility startups, including Lyft, Peloton Technology, and Connected Signals. He was part of the founding team at the electric vehicle infrastructure startup Better Place, responsible for partnerships with automakers and parts suppliers while living in Israel, Japan, and China. Quin holds a MS degree in Management Science and Automotive Engineering from Stanford and a BS degree with High Honors in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell. Quin speaks English, Spanish, and Chinese and enjoys driving race cars.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Quin-Garcia.jpg”,”company”:”Autotech Ventures”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Quin Garcia”,”uuid”:”e1d79134c8cdf24f32a0f922ac85821a1615913518″,”cb_tag”:576864385,”position”:”Managing Director”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Ahti Heinla is the current CEO, CTO at Starship Technologies. He guides the engineering team and develops the architecture of Starshipu2019s robotic platform. Ahti has always had a passion for innovative technology, having designed his own computer program at the age of ten. You can find him the happiest when he lifts up his laptop and shoots another module of code. In 2013, he designed a robot to compete in a NASA contest to find a u2018soil sample retrieval robotu2019 for Mars missions. Armed with that experience, Ahti and his co-founder Janus Friis, realized there was a huge opportunity to disrupt the delivery industry u2013 an industry that hadnu2019t been revolutionized by technology yet. They set to work creating a last-mile robotic delivery solution, which is when Starship Technologies was born. Fast forward six years and Starship is now completing thousands of autonomous deliveries per day, operating in five countries around the world.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Ahti-Heinla-1.jpg”,”company”:”Starship Technologies”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Ahti Heinla”,”uuid”:”70b3ff6cae5788cf2d91a4794f5cc2c01616605058″,”cb_tag”:576867124,”position”:”Co-founder & CTO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/search?q=StarshipRobots”,”bio”:”

Reid builds networks to grow iconic global businesses, as an entrepreneur and as an investor. An accomplished entrepreneur and executive, he played an integral role in building many of todayu2019s leading consumer technology businesses, including LinkedIn and PayPal. As an investor, he has been instrumental in the success of iconic companies such as Facebook and Airbnb and has helped fast-growing newcomers like Aurora and Convoy get to scale. Reid joined Greylock in 2009 and focuses on early-stage investing in products that can reach hundreds of millions of participants. His unique understanding of consumer behavior and a clear-eyed ability to guide startups from inception through ramped-up u201cblitzscalingu201d has made him one of the most sought-after advisors, partners, and investors today. Reid serves as a co-director of Reinvent Technology Partners (RTP), a special purpose acquisition company that intends to merge with Joby Aviation. Upon closing of the transaction, Reid will join the combined company Board of Directors.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Reid-Hoffman.jpg”,”company”:”Reinvent Technology Partners”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Reid Hoffman”,”uuid”:”6bbee73e72cabe5f9cd2ddc54a8b237f”,”cb_tag”:205765297,”position”:”Co-Director”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/reid-hoffman”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/reidhoffman?ref_src=twsrcgoogletwcampserptwgrauthor”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/in/reidhoffman”,”bio”:”

Rachel Holt is Co-founder and Managing Partner of Construct Capital, an early stage focused venture firm that invests in extraordinary founders who are transforming the most foundational industries of our economy. Sectors such as manufacturing and supply chain to logistics and transportation drive half our economyu2019s GDP yet lack advanced technology and are failing to meet customer expectations.nn

Before Construct, Rachel spent nearly 8.5 years at Uber and was a long time member of the companyu2019s Executive Leadership Team. Rachel began as one of the companyu2019s first 30 employees, and her role quickly expanded to running the US & Canada Rides business in addition to Global Marketing and Brand, and Customer Support, which represented nearly half of Uber’s bookings, and just under half of the team. Most recently, Rachel led the company’s New Mobility organization, which includes the eBike and eScooter businesses as well as running Uber’s Incubator which funds and develops new products and services on Uber platform.nn

Rachel began her career at Bain & Company, advising companies in the private equity, financial services and healthcare industries. She graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College and earned her MBA from Stanford University, where she was an Arjay Miller Scholar. She was ranked #9 on Fortuneu2019s 40 under 40 and was named by Fast Company as One of the Most Creative People in Business.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/huxxt8ttvzbljg6fyoj0.jpg”,”company”:”Construct Capital”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Rachel Holt”,”uuid”:”df869f851d6a4942eed6d4c313024ab7″,”cb_tag”:576662504,”position”:”Co-founder & Managing Partner”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/rachel-holt”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-holt-4b11614/”,”bio”:”

Karl Iagnemma is an authority on robotics and driverless vehicles. His commentary has been published and broadcast worldwide on Bloomberg, The Economist, CNBC, and BBC, among others. As former director of the Robotic Mobility Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), his research resulted in more than 150 technical publications, 50 issued or filed patents, and numerous edited volumes, including books on the DARPA Grand Challenge and Urban Challenge autonomous vehicle competitions. In 2017, Iagnemma was named one of the u201cMost Intriguing Entrepreneursu201d by Goldman Sachs and designated a member of the u201cRecode 100u201d list of technology influencers. He holds MS and PhD degrees from MIT, where he was a National Science Foundation fellow, and a BS from the University of Michigan, where he graduated first in his class. Iagnemma co-founded nuTonomy, Inc. in 2013 and saw the company through acquisition by Aptiv in late 2017. He is now president and CEO of Motional, which was formed from a joint venture by Hyundai Motor Group and Aptiv in 2020. Motional is making driverless vehicles a safe, reliable, and accessible reality.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Karl-Iagnemma.jpg”,”company”:”Motional”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Karl Iagnemma”,”uuid”:”aca85ff29399b232755bbbd9fc8169ee”,”cb_tag”:449548424,”position”:”President & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/karl-iagnemma”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/karliagnemma?lang=en”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/karl-iagnemma-b52186102/”,”bio”:”

Amy Jones Satrom is Head of Operations at Nuro, where she leads on-road operations, software quality and mapping operations, and Operations Product. She leads teams across the US, most notably in Houston, TX Scottsdale, AZ and Mountain View, CA. Prior to joining Nuro, Amy led operations at 23andMe where she was responsible for overseeing supply chain, lab operations, logistics, and operating systems. Previously, she held various leadership roles at Amazon, across both operations and the companyu2019s retail businesses. Amy started her career as a nuclear engineer in the US Navy. Amy received her Master of Philosophy in Engineering for Sustainable Development from the University of Cambridge, and her B.S. in Oceanography from the United States Naval Academy.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Amy-Satrom.jpg”,”company”:”Nuro”,”featured”:1,”name”:”Amy Jones Satrom”,”uuid”:”a1c4f7ebbd01e3760ddece44bf4169df1618534536″,”cb_tag”:576874056,”position”:”Head of Operations”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/nurobots?lang=en”,”bio”:”

After graduating from high school in Australia, he returned to South-Korea to start a trade intermediary business. Taking advantage of the Great East Japan Earthquake, he entered a Japanese university, worked as a planning intern for an IT company, started a business in Osaka while he was a university student, and carried out cross-border IT projects. He raised funds from several venture capitals and sold the company to an incorporation listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 2017. Since 2019, he has been conducting consulting on cutting-edge IT technologies such as AI, blockchain, and RPA, and established NIMARU TECHNOLOGY to create new technologies in 2020. After being stranded in North-Africa by COVID-19, oVice began to develop.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Jungsan.headshot.jpg”,”company”:”oVice”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Sae Hyung Jung”,”uuid”:”ea8e07e22781bfc6c439cc54f61102a41621876758″,”cb_tag”:576885453,”position”:”Founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”@oVice_”,”bio”:”

Shawn Kerrigan, Ph.D., is COO and Co-founder at Plus. Under his direction, the company is developing self-driving trucks to enable large-scale commercialization of autonomous transport. Prior to Plus, Shawn was CTO and Co-founder of a hardware and software company in the solar industry. His earlier experience includes investment work at Bridgewater Associates, as well as strategy and operations work at McKinsey & Company. Shawn earned his Bachelor of Science degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his Masteru2019s and Ph.D. in Engineering from Stanford University, where he conducted research across engineering and computer science, and first worked with artificial intelligence technology.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Shawn-Kerrigan-Plus-COO_Copy.jpg”,”company”:”Plus”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Shawn Kerrigan”,”uuid”:”964d0a58e372c325e1774bf45b5677151618438366″,”cb_tag”:576873651,”position”:”COO and Co-Founder”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Avlok Kohli is the CEO of AngelList Venture. He is also an angel investor and has made personal investments in more than 25 companies. AngelList Venture has facilitated the funding of over 5,000 startups including 47 unicorns. It is home to 4,300 funds and syndicates with $2.2B in assets under management. Last year, AngelList Venture launched Rolling Funds, a new kind of venture fund which is poised to have a significant impact on the future of early-stage venture. Prior to AngelList Venture, Avlok built and sold two companies; FastBite a food delivery company that was acquired by Square in 2015 and Fairy a provider of high-frequency house-cleaning services.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Avlok-Kohli.jpg”,”company”:”AngelList Venture”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Avlok Kohli”,”uuid”:”b6d5a22dee9b2225b005e24b29cc6811″,”cb_tag”:576595187,”position”:”CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/avlok-kohli”,”twitter”:”http://twitter.com/avlok”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/in/avlok”,”bio”:”

Apeksha is the co-founder and chief engineer at Gatik, a Palo Alto based start-up developing autonomous vehicles for B2B short-haul logistics. Its operations help customers meet consumer demand for real-time goods, increase road safety and meet an unprecedented expectation for contactless delivery. Prior to this, Apeksha was the Perception Lead at Ford Motor Company\’s self-driving car unit where she designed effective and efficient feature detection methods to assist with online localization and developed perception algorithms for autonomous vehicles. She has also held the position of Lead Machine Learning Engineer at Otsaw Digital where she designed and developed state-of-the-art deep learning networks for autonomous navigation of the O-R3 patrolling robot in non-static outdoor environments. Apeksha earned her M.S. (with a focus on Machine/Deep Learning) from Purdue University and has contributed towards research in areas including machine learning, cognitive science, and robotics.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Apeksha-Kumavat_lo-res.jpg”,”company”:”Gatik”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Apeksha Kumavat”,”uuid”:”ec497e314d3ebe050bfdf6924727b8311619199933″,”cb_tag”:576876563,”position”:”Co-founder & Chief Engineer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/kumavat_apeksha?lang=en”,”bio”:”

Nina Grooms Lee is Chief Product Officer of May Mobility, Inc. She was appointed to this position in June 2020 and is responsible for taking the company forward into its next phase of profitable growth by further defining its product and technology portfolio. Grooms Lee was drawn to join May Mobility because of their mission to provide safe, driverless transportation options that will help improve congestion and access in urban areas u2013 benefiting those who need it most and ultimately level the playing field socially and economically. Prior to joining May Mobility, Grooms Lee was the Chief Product Owner of Ford Autonomous Vehicle Software Solutions where she built a team of more than 100 professionals who were responsible for delivering software, data and AI solutions for Fordu2019s first generation of AV offerings. She also spent nine years with GE Digital in various leadership positions focused on creating Internet of Thing (IoT) software, data and analytics for transportation and other industries and introducing them into the marketplace. Earlier in her career, Grooms Lee built her engineering and software expertise across a variety of industries. Grooms Lee holds a bacheloru2019s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Berkley and a masteru2019s degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Nina_Grooms_Lee_MayMobility_SQ-2.jpg”,”company”:”May Mobility”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Nina Grooms Lee”,”uuid”:”56dceddc0c32917744aaff973be58d901621980729″,”cb_tag”:576885873,”position”:”Chief Product Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Jesse Levinson co-founded Zoox in 2014 and is the company\’s Chief Technical Officer (CTO). He graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and completed his Computer Science Ph.D. and Postdoc under Sebastian Thrun at Stanford University, where he developed algorithms for the $1M-winning entry in the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge and went on to lead the self-driving car team for five years. Levinson also co-created Pro HDR, the first HDR app for smartphones, which has been purchased by more than a million people since 2009.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Jesse-Levinson.jpg”,”company”:”Zoox”,”featured”:1,”name”:”Jesse Levinson”,”uuid”:”945f924d0782d66eb187a5fc3e1619041618251775″,”cb_tag”:576872783,”position”:”Co-founder & CTO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/zoox?ref_src=twsrcgoogletwcampserptwgrauthor”,”bio”:”

Dr. Jewel Li is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) at AutoX, a frontrunner of Level-4 fully autonomous driving technology company in Asia. AutoX focuses on building and deploying the most experienced and advanced AI Drivers for Asiau2019s most challenging urban driving scenarios. Currently, AutoX is operating the 1st and only fully driverless RoboTaxi service to the general public in China. Before joining AutoX, Dr Li received her PhD in Computer Science and was a senior engineer at the IBM Thomas J. Watson research center. She was honored as one of Silicon Valley\’s 2018 Women of Influence by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Jewel-Li.jpg”,”company”:”AutoX”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Jewel Li”,”uuid”:”1c05e1599cf44ebaa0da0489c2256fbe”,”cb_tag”:576796307,”position”:”Chief Operating Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/jewel-li”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/zhuojewelli/”,”bio”:”

Jennifer Li is Vice President of Finance at WeRide, Chinau2019s leading L4 autonomous driving company. WeRide is the first self-driving company to obtain strategic investment from top-tier global automakers, which include Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and Yutong Group, as well as the first startup in the world holding driverless test permits in both China and the US. Jennifer has over 10 years of experience in investment and fundraising, both areas that she currently oversees at WeRide. Prior to joining WeRide, she was responsible for fundraising and Artificial Intelligence-related investments at SenseTime, and previously held the role of Investment Director at Baidu. She also worked in the Investment Banking Divisions of Deutsche Bank and UBS. Jennifer received a double B.S. in Computer Science and Business from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Jennifer-LI.jpg”,”company”:”WeRide”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Jennifer Li”,”uuid”:”ab2f9bcef45478764711cc10fb9f8c261619982703″,”cb_tag”:576878840,”position”:”Vice President of Finance”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Trevor Pawl is the Chief Mobility Officer for the State of Michigan, and leads the Michiganu2019s Office of Future Mobility and Electrification. In this position, Pawl is responsible for working across state government, academia and private industry to grow Michiganu2019s mobility ecosystem through strategic policy recommendations and new support services for companies focused on the future of transportation.nn

Prior to this position, Pawl served as the Senior Vice President of Business Innovation at the MEDC, where he led the official state programs for mobility (PlanetM), supply chain assistance (Pure Michigan Business Connect), export assistance (Michigan International Trade program) and entrepreneurial assistance (Michigan Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program).nn

Before joining the MEDC, Pawl brought with him experience in supply chain matchmaking, having led the creation of the economic development program, Connection Point, at the Detroit Regional Chamber, which later became Pure Michigan Business Connect.nn

Trevor has been named Crainu2019s Detroit Businessu2019s u201c40 Under 40u201d and u201c50 Names to Know in Governmentu201d. Heu2019s also been named Development Counsellors Internationalu2019s u201c40 Under 40 Rising Stars of Economic Developmentu201d and the Great Lakes Womenu2019s Business Councilu2019s u201cGovernment Advocate of the Yearu201d.nn

Pawl holds a Bacheloru2019s degree in Economics and Marketing from Grand Valley State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Detroit Mercy.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/kmeg8doemlzomitv94mz.jpg”,”company”:”State of Michigan”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Trevor Pawl”,”uuid”:”f72d63effba74eb48afe305c7808da1c”,”cb_tag”:576812985,”position”:”Chief Mobility Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/trevor-pawl”,”bio”:”

Mark Rawson brings over 25 years of energy and electric transportation technology research, development, and commercialization experience to the CMC and its Clients. He served as Sacramento Municipal Utility District\’s (SMUD) manager of new business development focusing on marketing and commercializing SMUD\’s intellectual property and technology innovation. He also served as SMUD\’s Chief Research Technology Officer leading research strategic planning, portfolio and program management in renewable energy, distributed generation, storage, electric transportation, demand response, and grid management.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/MRawson-Head-Shot-2.jpg”,”company”:”California Mobility Center (CMC)”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Mark Rawson”,”uuid”:”9d7be9f800c1cd44218ecb948f1cae801621546502″,”cb_tag”:576884430,”position”:”Chief Operating Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Frank Reig is the Co-founder and CEO of Revel, a transportation company thatu2019s electrifying cities through charging infrastructure and shared electric vehicle fleets. Revel launched in 2018 with a pilot of 68 shared electric mopeds in Brooklyn, and has since expanded to offer its mopeds in Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx, Washington, D.C., Miami, Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco. In 2021, Revel announced that it will build fast-charging EV Superhubs across New York City and launched an eBike subscription service in four NYC boroughs.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Frank-Reig.jpg”,”company”:”Revel Transit”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Frank Reig”,”uuid”:”d90a515f39d34fbc9e78402718da43a7″,”cb_tag”:576834876,”position”:”Co-founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/frank-reig”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-reig-35052454/”,”bio”:”

Mate Rimac is the founder of Croatian car and technology company, Rimac Automobili, known for its world-leading innovations in high-performance EV technology for automotive brands like Porsche, Hyundai-Kia, SEAT, Renault, Pininfarina and more. In 2011, Rimac Automobili launched the world\’s first true electric hypercar, the Concept_One, and is on track to launch the 1,914hp, all-electric C_Two in 2021. As of today, Rimac Automobili has more than 1,000 employees, and counts Porsche and Hyundai-Kia among its stakeholders. Mate founded the company in 2011 working from a garage on his own, but he had already established himself as a relentless innovator and gifted inventor many years earlier. In 2005, he invented an \’Electric Glove\’ to replace a computer\’s keyboard and mouse then, shortly after, won an award at the IENA international trade fair for his blind-spot-free automotive rear-view mirror system. In 2007, at just 19, Mate converted his 1984 BMW E30 track car with an experimental EV powertrain, and it was so successful that the humble, garage-built BMW set five FIA-approved and Guinness World Records as the worldu2019s fastest accelerating electric vehicle. Mate remains the major shareholder of both Rimac Automobili and its subsidiary company Greyp Bikes, who specialise in the production of electrically assisted bicycles.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Mate-Rimac.jpg”,”company”:”Rimac Automobili”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Mate Rimac”,”uuid”:”f5f42ccff45b68236915e5b45dfd49f31619639590″,”cb_tag”:576877885,”position”:”Founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/AutomobiliRimac”,”bio”:”

Mario Santillo received the B.S. degree in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2003, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2005 and 2009, respectively. Mario currently leads the robotics research efforts within Ford Motor Companyu2019s Research & Advanced Engineering Organization, where he focuses on the development and application of advanced control methods and artificial intelligence algorithms to next-generation robotic technologies.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Mario-Santillo.jpg”,”company”:”Ford Motor Company”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Mario Santillo”,”uuid”:”df701da1546c48ee77ef02755f4d88b71622219179″,”cb_tag”:576886783,”position”:”Ford Research & Advanced Engineering, Robotics Supervisor”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/Ford?ref_src=twsrcgoogletwcampserptwgrauthor”,”bio”:”

Mr. Schippers is considered to be one of the top product architects in New York City and broader technology sector. With years of experience building some of the greatest startups, working with leading brands, and garnering such titles from Apple as u2018app of the year,u2019 his reputation proceeds him. While still very active in the New York scene, Schippers continues to spend the majority of his time helping evaluate mid-level technology investments and is the CEO of HappyFunCorp, a leading product and engineering firm based in Brooklyn. Most recently, Schippers consults and works with companies focused on the intersection between technology and human interaction, with a sub-focus in EV. At HappyFunCorp specifically, heu2019s focused on helping companies, and brands build more mindful and thoughtful products for the next-generation consumer. Schippers is a contributor to TechCrunch and is featured in Inc. Business Insider, Forbes, and The New York Times.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Ben-Schippers.jpg”,”company”:”TezLab”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Ben Schippers”,”uuid”:”7e0780b9256efbbed9b2fea30519aae8″,”cb_tag”:318539948,”position”:”Co-founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/ben-schippers”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/bschippers?lang=en”,”linkedin”:”http://www.linkedin.com/in/benschippers”,”bio”:”

Bret uses more than three decades of knowledge in the automotive industry to bring partnerships between Wejo and OEMu2019s to life. With technical and commercial experience from GM, VW and FCA, he is equally comfortable discussing trends in the mobility sector as he is in uncovering the mutual benefits of working together on a project. Born and raised in Pontiac Michigan, Bret is the product of several generations of car enthusiasts and can often be found under one of his classic cars. His knowledge of municipal operations has come from his service as City Commissioner in Pleasant Ridge, Michigan, where he now lives. Bret holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA specializing in Globalization from Lawrence Technological University.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/efegov6abwcwm9jz8nuu.jpg.jpg”,”company”:”Wejo”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Bret Scott”,”uuid”:”cc39167a4391759fdb5be1233afbdd55″,”cb_tag”:576814021,”position”:”VP, Partnerships”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/bret-scott”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/pub/bret-scott/0/12/a58″,”bio”:”

Shardul joined Index in 2008. He focuses on security, cloud infrastructure, and enterprise software investments. He is a director of Attack IQ, Brightback, Castle Intelligence, Datadog (NASDAQ:DDOG), Expel, Gatsby, and Wiz.io. Shardul was previously a director of Adallom (Microsoft), Sourceclear (CA Technologies), Koality (Docker), Lacoon (Check Point), Base (Zendesk) and an investor in Duo Security (Cisco). After graduating from the University of Chicago, Shardul worked with Summit Partners where he focused on healthcare and internet technologies.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Shardul-Shah.jpg”,”company”:”Index Ventures”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Shardul Shah”,”uuid”:”898208c2a0d9f64069ac1df5467a9512″,”cb_tag”:428347173,”position”:”Partner”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/shardul-shah”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/shardul_shah”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/shardul-shah-3589062/”,”bio”:”

Michael Sherwood is the Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Las Vegas u2013 the first city in North America to deploy an autonomous shuttle service on open roads in the downtown corridor. Sherwood has more than 20 years of management experience, specifically in the field of technology, process improvement and innovation with the majority of that experience being in municipal government operations. Previously he served as the deputy director of public safety, business services and city technology for the City of Irvine, CA. In that capacity he was responsible for budgets of both public safety at $70 million and technology at $8 million. He was responsible for more than 100 professional, technical employees and contractors. In that role he developed and implemented key technology strategies that reduced the annual technology operating costs by more than $1 million. He also provided key leadership in bringing Google Fiber to the city. Prior to that position, Sherwood served as the manager of business services for the City of Irvine, CA from 2012-2013, the Chief Information Officer for City of Oceanside, CA, from 2001-2012 and the information technologies manager for the City of Oceanside, CA from 1997-2000. Before 1997, he served in the private sector. Sherwood earned his Bachelor of Science in Management from Pepperdine University followed by a Master of Science in Executive Management from the University of Southern California.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Michael-Sherwood-Headshot.jpg”,”company”:”City of Las Vegas”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Michael Sherwood”,”uuid”:”e4eda4d75cbdbb5fef7b23012d63c6ea1622145624″,”cb_tag”:576886515,”position”:”Chief Innovation Officer”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/msherwood”,”bio”:”

Huan Sun is General Manager of Momenta Europe. Previously she served as head of marketing and business development. She has led the efforts in commercializing the autonomous driving technology with the mission of Momenta u2014 Better AI, Better Life. Her work experiences started as new media research roles at the New York Times and MIT Media Lab. Then she moved to business side looking at new technologies in a venture capital firm, ESO Fund, in Silicon Valley. Then she returned to China in 2016 to start entrepreneurial endeavors at Momenta. Huan has masteru2019s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and bacheloru2019s degree from Tsinghua University. She has unique insights into the impact of new technologies and her passion lies in empowering a better society through technology.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Huan-Sun-hi-res.jpg”,”company”:”Momenta”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Huan Sun”,”uuid”:”01197466254c55994945732d61009bd41620664974″,”cb_tag”:576881043,”position”:”General Manager of Momenta Europe”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/sunnyhuanny?lang=en”,”bio”:”

Scott founded EnerTech Capital to provide risk-adjusted returns and insights into emerging opportunities. He spun the unit out into an independent venture in 1996. As a board member and investor, Scott has provided strategic and operational guidance for early-to-mid-stage companies for almost two decades, and routinely offers strategic counsel to EnerTeach\’s board and senior executives. Prior to EnerTech, Scott spent 16 years in the power industry as an operating executive with Atlantic Energy culminating in his role as President & COO of the portfolio of the company\’s non-regulated enterprises.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Scott-Ungerer.png”,”company”:”EnerTech Capital”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Scott Ungerer”,”uuid”:”8256e5a148463d810d257486887b65641621546639″,”cb_tag”:576884431,”position”:”Founder and Managing Director”,”links”:”crunchbase”:””,”bio”:”

Chris Urmson is the co-founder and CEO of Aurora, the company delivering the benefits of self-driving technology safely, quickly, and broadly. Chris has been instrumental in instigating and advancing the development of self-driving vehicles and the industry for the last 15 years. Before founding Aurora, Chris helped start Googleu2019s self-driving car program and served as CTO. Prior, Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he worked with house-sized trucks, drove robots in the desert, and was the technical director of the DARPA Urban and Grand Challenge teams. Chris has authored more than 60 patents and 50 publications.He earned his Ph.D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and his BSc in computer engineering from the University of Manitoba in 1998.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Chris-Urmson.jpg”,”company”:”Aurora”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Chris Urmson”,”uuid”:”0578eefbac40b642a7099a73b1e7e61c”,”cb_tag”:576603869,”position”:”Co-founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/chris-urmson”,”twitter”:”https://twitter.com/chris_urmson”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-urmson-5392273/”,”bio”:”

Raquel Urtasun is Founder and CEO of Waabi, an AI company building the next generation of self-driving technology. Waabi is the culmination of Raquelu2019s 20 year career in AI and 10 years of experience building self driving solutions. Raquel is also a Full Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto, a co-founder of the Vector Institute for AI and the recipient of several high profile awards including an NSERC EWR Steacie Award, two NVIDIA Pioneers of AI Awards, three Google Faculty Research Awards, an Amazon Faculty Research Award, two Best Paper Runner up Prize awards at CVPR in 2013 and 2017 and more. In 2018, Raquel was named Chatelaine Woman of the year and one of Toronto\’s top influencers by Adweek magazine.”,”cbAvatar”:”https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Raquel-Urtasun.jpg”,”company”:”Waabi”,”featured”:0,”name”:”Raquel Urtasun”,”uuid”:”15ba28735ff324be19137f92ae0d9b86″,”cb_tag”:576603872,”position”:”Founder & CEO”,”links”:”crunchbase”:”https://www.crunchbase.com/person/raquel-urtasun”,”twitter”:”https://www.twitter.com/uoftcompsci”,”linkedin”:”https://www.linkedin.com/in/raquel-urtasun-4130605/”,”bio”:”

Alexandr Wang is the founder and CEO of Scale AI, the data platform committed to accelerating the progress of AI. Alex founded Scale while at MIT to help customers build long-term AI strategies by providing the highest quality AI data and tools. Prior to enrolling at MIT, Alex worked at Quora and Addepar where he noticed the inefficiencies of developing AI infrastructure. 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