As a researcher, I am interested in the phenomenological experience of technological innovation as it expresses itself in film, interactive design, and poetry, as well as technological and digital objects as a cultural artifacts themslves. I build tools to carry out research, and situate my findings within the larger body of philosophical literature. In particular, this means the metaphysics and aesthetics of machine learning and AI, the economic and ethical implications of robotics, blockchain, and IoT, and the ontology of complexity theory. I also have a dream of building a programming language for quantum computing.
As a technologist and entrepreneur, I have worked at the intersection of economics, technology, and culture for over a decade. I currently advise and consult on a number of blockchain and IOT initiatives in the arts, food supply chain, and finance. I love talking tech and teaching workshops around NYC and hanging out at hacker spaces.