Niki Kittur is an Associate Professor and holds the Cooper-Siegel Chair in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. His research on crowd-augmented cognition looks at how we can augment the human intellect using crowds and computation. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 peer-reviewed papers, 13 of which have received best paper awards or honorable mentions. Dr. Kittur is a Kavli fellow, has received an NSF CAREER award, the Allen Newell Award for Research Excellence, major research grants from NSF, NIH, Google, and Microsoft, and his work has been reported in venues including Nature News, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, Slashdot, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. He received a BA in Psychology and Computer Science at Princeton, and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from UCLA.
Martin Gomberg has spent over thirty years in technical operations, as Vice President of Technical Strategies for a major bank, seventeen years as CIO for a major cable television and media brand, several as a business protection, information security, data governance and privacy executive, founding member of the CIO Executive Council, and recently as vice chair of the . State Department Overseas Security Advisory Council for the Media and Entertainment Industry. He has been an active speaker, author, workshop leader and blogger on operational security, crisis management, business continuity and the protection of company consequential data, domestic and global. He is the recipient of the 2013 Member Appreciation Award from the CIO Executive Council for Outstanding Contribution to the Profession. In addition, in 2016 Marty completed CIPP/E certification with Institute of Applied Privacy Professionals covering European privacy. In Marty’s free time, he spends it in the European caves looking at prehistoric paintings. He has made 3 trips to date through northern Spain and Southern France and in the Pyrenees and have visited about 24 caves. In between trips throughout Europe, Marty is also an avid wine collector.
Black unemployment * Black illegitimacy * Black promiscuity * Black paranoia * Black victimhood * Blacktivist agitation by anti-White media