Andrew Moore, Dean of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University
Published October 30, 2017
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    Among other topics, Andrew discusses the following issues with Metis Strategy:

    * The genesis of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science
    * The history of artificial intelligence
    * Aspects of human intelligence that have been automated to date
    * The impact of automation on jobs
    * Automated personal assistants as the predictor for the future eminent AI company
    * CMU’s strategies for retaining faculty talent
    * The two distinct safety concerns of AI
    * The supportive relationship between Pittsburgh’s government, universities, and tech and manufacturing companies

    Andrew W. Moore has served as the Dean of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science since 2014. He was a professor of computer science and robotics at CMU before taking a leave of absence, in 2006, to become founding director of Google’s Pittsburgh engineering office.
    Andrew received an undergraduate degree in Mathematics and Computer Science and a PhD in Computer Science from Cambridge University.
    Andrew is a fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence.
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