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Massamiliano Versace

Dr. Massimiliano Versace is the co-founder and CEO of Neurala, and the company visionary. After his pioneering research in brain-inspired computing and deep networks, he continues to inspire and lead the world of autonomous robotics. He has spoken at dozens of events and venues, including TedX, NASA, the Pentagon, GTC, InterDrone, National Labs, Air Force Research Labs, HP, iRobot, Samsung, LG, Qualcomm, Ericsson, BAE Systems, AI World, Mitsubishi, ABB and Accenture, among many others. His work has been featured in TIME, IEEE Spectrum, CNN, MSNBC, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, Fortune, TechCrunch, Venture Beat, Nasdaq and many other media. Max is a Fulbright scholar, has authored dozens of academic publications, holds several patents and two Ph.Ds: Experimental Psychology, University of Trieste, Italy; Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University, USA.

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If You're Worried About AI Taking Your Job, Consider This

This post originally appeared on Forbes.

4 ways AI will prevent – not cause – an apocalypse

This post originally appeared on VentureBeat The coming advent of super-intelligent AI has some of the greatest minds of our time crying ...

Does Artificial Intelligence Require Specialized Processors?

This post originally appeared on NewStack

Neurala Named Most Innovative Company of 2016 By Draper Venture Network

Silicon Valley -- The award for the Most Innovative Company in the Draper Venture Network was given to Neurala here today at the Draper CEO ...

New Era In Intelligent Consumer Drones Starts Today

For several years now, we at Neurala have eagerly awaited the release of a consumer drone that is capable of true autonomous flight without ...

GPU brains for Drones and Cars

The U.S. Patent Office issued to Neurala, Inc. a new patent (US 9,189,828) that extends the US patent 8,648,867 (Graphic Processor Based ...

Deep Learning, GPUs, and cheap bodies: three ingredients for ubiquitous intelligent robotics

There are three main ingredients needed for intelligent robots to be ubiquitous, smart, and useful. I like to call these three ingredients ...

When less is more: passive sensors and robotics

When designing robotic platforms, the choice of which sensors to employ is a key area that often determines the Go/No-Go for a robotic ...

A 10 year anniversary: pioneering GPU computing

Anniversaries are nice, especially in December! So here is one to share with you all: it has been 10 years since Anatoli, Heather, and Max ...

On edge about AI? No.

A few years ago, Heather’s, Anatoli, and myself started Neurala with one goal: bring the results and insights of our Ph.D. work on ...