Kurt Bollacker

Kurt Bollacker
Scientist, Applied Minds

Dr. Kurt Bollacker is a computer scientist with a research background in the areas of machine learning, digital libraries, semantic networks, and electro-cardiographic modeling. He was chief scientist of Metaweb Technologies, the creator of freebase.com, co-creator of the CiteSeer research tool, the technical director of the Internet Archive, and a biomedical research engineer at the Duke University Medical Center. He is currently pursuing research on long term digital archiving as the Digital Research Director at the Long Now Foundation and working on open source educational and collaborative tools.


Location: F151 Level: Novice
Kurt Bollacker (Applied Minds)
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Our current public education system was built using industrial age thinking, and is now struggling to adapt to modern educational needs. Open Source philosophies have given us an information age of prosperity. Recent developments mean we can finally use "open source thinking" to transform our educational system into a 21st century success- but it won't look much like it does today. Read more.


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