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Education

Writing and Business Career

Books and Chapters

AI Publications

Other Pubs

HBR

Talks

Service

Advisory Boards

Philosophy

Education

2014 Honorary Doctor of Letters from Simmons College

1979 Ph.D. (philosophy), University of Toronto

1972 BA (philosophy and religion), Bucknell University. Magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa

Writing and Business Career Highlights

2020- Co-founder, editor, and lead writer of a Google AI page at Medium for public-facing discussion of the human and social effects of AI  

2018 - 2020 Writer-in-residence, Google People + AI Research

2017 - Editor of the "Strong Ideas" book series  , MIT Press, and member of Press’ open access publishing advisory board

2004- Fellow, senior researcher, Fellows Advisory Board member, and affiliate at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society  

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2017- Harvard Business School Digital Initiative advisory board  

2015 Fellow, Harvard Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics, and Public

2010-14 Co-Director, Harvard Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School

2010-12 Franklin Fellow, United States Department of State  

2008 Visiting Lecturer at Harvard Law

2001-2002 Mancala, Inc. (Boulder, CO), Co-founder and Senior Vice President of Marketing (wordofmouth.com) – early social networking startup

1994-2009 Founder and sole employee of Evident Marketing, Inc., a marketing consulting company.

1995-1996 Open Text, Inc. (Waterloo, Canada), Vice President of Strategic Marketing – early Web search & "intranet" sw company  

1986-1994 Interleaf, Inc. (Cambridge, then Waltham, MA). Entered as Marketing Associate; left as Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Chief Philosophical Officer  

1980-1986 Stockton State College (NJ), Assistant Professor, Philosophy Dept.

1979-1980 Portland State University (OR), one-year appointment as Ass’t Prof. (I think), Philosophy Department.

1976-1984 Gag writer for Woody Allen’s comic strip, Inside Woody Allen. Contributed about half the material.

1978- Freelance journalist: features, humor

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Books

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Contributed chapters

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Publications on AI

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Selected other publications

Early Wired

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Writing awards and honors (selected)

2020 Best Business Commentary, Axiom Business Book Awards Everyday Chaos)

2019 Top 11 “Must Read” books for entrepreneurs, Inc. Magazine (Everyday Chaos)

2019 Top 5 “Big Ideas” Business Books, BookPal (Everyday Chaos)

2018 President’s Medal from the Chartered Institute for Public Relations awarded to the Cluetrain authors.

2012 World Technology Award in the field of Media & Journalism

2012 Too Big to Know chosen as International Book of the Year by getAbstract.com

2007 Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council “Mover and Shaker” of the year

Harvard Business Review articles and posts

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Talks and Addresses (selected)

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All Things Considered NPR commentaries

List of approximately 40 commentaries 1997-2008 available on request

Podcast series

Teaching

2020 “The Idea of Technology,” Harvard Extension School

2017 -19 "The Idea of the Internet," Harvard Extension School – received letter of commendation for excellence in teaching (4.8/5.0).

2015, Spring “The Internet Transformation,” Emerson College

2013 Intensive 2-day course on Web topics, University of Stuttgart, as a Fellow.

2010 Weekly seminar for Berkman Fellows on Web exceptionalism.

2009-2020 Fellows Advisory Board, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard.

2008 “The Web Difference,” Harvard Law School; co-taught with John Palfrey.

2005-9 Series of open discussions on topics within Internet Studies at the Berkman Center

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Various I have occasionally led seminars at business meetings on marketing, Web 2.0, etc. For example in 2019 I led five seminars in Copenhagen on machine learning ethics.

1981-1986 Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Stockton State College. Courses included: Logic (formal and informal), Philosophy of Science, History of Philosophy (ancient, modern, contemporary), Existentialism and Phenomenology, Peace and Conflict, Ethics, Introduction to Computing

1980-1986 Assistant Professor of Philosophy at University of Portland. (One-year replacement.)

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Service

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Advisory Boards

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Academic philosophy

I have lost track of some of my early academic publications.

 

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