Brad Templeton founded the world's first internet-based business ("dot-com":) and today is a developer of and commentator on self-driving cars, software architect, Chairman Emeritus of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and writes and speaks on computing, automated transportation, and civil rights issues. Templeton has been a consultant on Google's self-driving car team and is founding faculty at Singularity University.
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ABOUT Brad

  • Director of the futurist Foresight Nanotech Institute, a think tank and public interest organization focused on transformative future technologies

  • Founder, publisher and software architect at ClariNet Communications Corp., which in the 1990s became the first internet-based business, creating an electronic newspaper

  • Participated in the building and growth of USENET from its earliest days, and has been involved in the development of important pieces of software including VisiCalc and Stuffit

PRAISE FOR Brad

  • "Brad's combination of charisma, wit and intelligence made him the stand-out speaker at the Think with Google events across Europe. He inspired C-level audiences from London to Rome to Amsterdam and was consistently rated the best speaker."

    Matt Brocklehurst

    Google