Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

This content was posted on  3 Jun 20  by   Jim Rutt – The Road to Game B  on  Podcast
Jim Rutt – The Road to Game B

Jim Rutt is an influential thinker, writer and podcaster. He’s an American businessman and entrepreneur, the former CEO of Network Solutions, and the former chairman of the Santa Fe Institute.

We talk about the transition to a new way of existing, aka the road to Game B. He has amazing insights on how we can go from where we are to where we ought to be.

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“Jim Rutt is the host of the Jim Rutt Show podcast series. He is past Chairman of the Santa Fe Institute. He is one of the thinkers behind BigChainDB, the highly scalable blockchain architecture. He was CEO of Network Solutions, which operated the .com, .net, and .org domain namespaces on the Internet until its acquisition by Verisign in 2000. Jim was the first CTO of Thomson-Reuters. He was Chairman of the computer chip design software company Analog Design Automation until its acquisition by Synposis in 2004. Previously he either founded or played a key role in several significant information services and network companies: THE SOURCE, Business Research Corp., First Call, Pinpoint Information, Wall Street on Demand, and MarketSwitch. He was Researcher in Residence at the Santa Fe Institute from 2002 to 2004, studying the application of complexity science to financial markets, and evolutionary artificial intelligence. He was Executive Producer of the awarding winning film “Zombiewood.” He is a co-founder of the Staunton Makerspace, a membership maker shop and hacker space. Jim is currently an SFI Research Fellow working in the scientific study of consciousness and evolutionary artificial intelligence. Jim is also a member of the Board of Advisers of the Krasnow Institute and of the Virginia Tech Carilion Neuroscience Research Institute. Jim received his B.S. degree in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1975 and is a member of MIT’s Visiting Committee for the Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences.”

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