Webinar banner
How Hive Mind Could Transform Associations with Dr. Louis Rosenberg

Webinar logo
* Required information


Dr. Louis Rosenberg
CEO and Chief Scientist @Unanimous AI
Dr. Louis Rosenberg is CEO and Chief Scientist of Unanimous AI, a California company focused on amplifying the intelligence of networked human groups using AI algorithms modeled after natural swarms. Rosenberg attended Stanford University where he earned his Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD degrees. His doctoral work focused on robotics, virtual reality, and human-computer interaction. While working as a researcher at the U.S. Air Force’s Armstrong Labs in the early 1990's, Rosenberg created the ‘Virtual Fixtures’ system, the first Augmented Reality platform ever built. Rosenberg then founded Immersion Corporation to pursue virtual reality technologies. As CEO of Immersion, he brought the company public in 1999 (NASDAQ: IMMR). Rosenberg also founded Microscribe, maker of the world’s first desktop 3D digitizer – the Microscribe 3D – which has been used in the production of many feature films, including Shrek, Ice Age, A Bugs Life, and Titanic.
KiKi L'Italien
CEO and Community Architect of Association Chat @Association Chat
Bridging the gap between the virtual and real world, KiKi is driven by bringing people together, speaking to audiences about developing community and trust so that more people can unite to make our world a better place. Her keynotes not only get people laughing and thinking but also doing. She helps Amplified Growth clients empower and inspire their members and customers by creating strategies for content, messaging, events, products, and community engagement. KiKi serves as community architect for Association Chat, an online community and podcast with special events, products, and services for the association industry. Association Chat's reason for existing is to bring the association community together and it has been doing that since May 2009. KiKi serves as a visiting lecturer for the capstone Masters Technology Management class at Georgetown University.