Peter Baeck

HEAD OF THE CENTRE FOR COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE DESIGN, NESTA

Peter is head of Nesta's Centre for Collective Intelligence Design where he is responsible for a number of large scale research projects and experiments that explore how human and machine intelligence can be combined to solve social challenges.

Steven Gray, PHD

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AT MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

Steven Gray is an associate professor at Michigan State University in the Department of Community Sustainability. His research focuses on socio-environmental modeling and understanding how individuals and groups make decisions about complex social-ecological systems. He is the lead editor of the book, Environmental Modeling with Stakeholders: Methods, Theory, and Applications and is conducting both basic and applied studies on harnessing collective Intelligence from diverse environmental stakeholders in order to improve decision-making for sustainability.

Oded Koren, PHD

SENIOR LECTURER AT THE SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT OF SHENKAR COLLEGE FOR ENGINEERING, DESIGN AND ART

Oded Koren (Ph.D) is a Senior Lecturer & full faculty member at the School of Industrial Engineering & Management of Shenkar College for Engineering, Design and Art. Oded has extensive high-tech experience as a senior engineer and software architect. His main research interests are in the domains of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.

Adam D.M. Svendsen, PHD

INTERNATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND DEFENCE STRATEGIST, EDUCATOR, RESEARCHER AND ANALYST

Adam D.M. Svendsen, PhD (Warwick, UK) is an international intelligence and defence strategist, educator, researcher and analyst. Together with work cited in testimony to the Foreign Affairs Committee of the UK Parliament (amongst others) and participating in the RUSI Strategic Hub on Organised Crime Research, he has multi-sector award-winning media and communication experience, including authoring several peer-reviewed publications.

Sigbjørn Landazuri, PHD

PROFESSOR IN ECONOMICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF STAVANGER, NORWAY

Sigbjørn is a Professor in Economics in the Department of Risk, Economics, and Planning at the University of Stavanger, Norway. His main research field is applied microeconometrics. He has published many research articles on markets, prices and productivity, but now his main focus is on collective intelligence.