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Ryan Evans received his MBA from the Haas School of Business after retiring from a long career as an officer in the US Navy. In our interview we discussed core lessons he's taken from his time in the SEAL teams and applied in the world of business. We also talk briefly about his experience training under current podcaster and former SEAL team officer, Jocko Willink. Ryan Evans was part of BUD/S class 242.
Professor Goldberg is the chair of UC Berkeley's Industrial Engineering and Operations Research department. During a 20 minute interview on Bear Minds, he gives his professional take on the hurdles of us reaching a technological 'Singularity' in our lifetimes. He has decades of experience in the field of robotics and artificial intelligence.
UC Berkeley Emeritus Professor Richard Muller is an American physicist best known for his Breakthrough prize winning Supernova Cosmology project.
He was named a MacArthur Foundation Fellow in 1982. He also received the Alan T. Waterman Award in 1978 from the National Science Foundation "for highly original and innovative research which has led to important discoveries and inventions in diverse areas of physics, including astrophysics, radioisotope dating, and optics".
Luz is a graduate from UC Berkeley's Boalt School of Law turned entrepreneur. Her startup, Konviv, is working on bringing financial empowerment to the millions of underbanked individuals around the world. Konviv has been incubated at one of UC Berkeley's prestigious accelerators, Skydeck.