TravelingWiki Leadership (AI Leadership from Princeton & MIT; AI Work As Profiled in The Economist)

 
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Jonathan Sutter - CEO & Founder, TravelingWiki.
-LinkedIn Profile at http://www.JonathanSutter.com
Jonathan is the Founder of TravelingWiki.com, the largest free online resource documenting Autism resources at US Airports. TravelingWiki is the largest resource of its kind and provides free resources to Special Olympics athletes/families (as profiled in the Special Olympics of Georgia December 2023 Newsletter) and via TSA Cares, among other organizations. Jonathan has worked more than twenty years in aviation and the travel industry more broadly, including work at three airlines and in travel technology; in an aviation law practice; and in travel data and strategy roles. Jonathan’s work in law included work as counsel in a variety of roles for various Star Alliance carriers and working with leading securities law and litigation legal experts, including as co-counsel on a matter where opposing counsel was led by a former US Presidential Candidate. Jonathan’s previous efforts have included leading a remote resume review for a US Army National Guard Platoon Stationed in the Horn of Africa (with efforts where led by Infantry Officer B. Duke - see https://bit.ly/3RV7PXb); successfully arguing a Social Security Disability Appeal in front of a judge for a client denied twice in the past for Social Security Benefits; and (…to support food insecurity…) volunteering and/or providing food donations across 13 US states, DC and Europe. Jonathan holds JD and MBA Degrees from Duke University and a BBA Degree from the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University. Jonathan lives with his wife and two children in Denver, Colorado.
Within Jonathan’s Leadership of TravelingWiki, TravelingWiki has been profiled within the Newsletter of The Special Olympics of Georgia and was the one organization (out of 187 organizations TSA met with in 2023) highlighted within the 2023 TSA Year In Review Innovation Press Release (with quote(s) by the TSA Administrator). Over the last 12 months, TravelingWiki has engaged to advocate for the Autism community and empower air travel…..with senior US White House Official(s); media from across the world; and CEOs and other leaders at for profit and non-profit businesses.
 
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Artur Filipowicz - Co-Leading Project to Integrate Generative AI into TravelingWiki’s Free Services provided for the traveling public with “hidden disabilities” referred to TravelingWiki’s services via the U.S. Transportation Security Administration TSA Cares Program
Artur is a world renowned Computer Scientist. Artur’s resume includes work in Product at Waymo; Founder & CEO at Sotera, Inc.; and a B.S.E. from Princeton University. Artur was profiled in 2017 within The Economist (”Why AI Researchers Like Video Games”) for his AI-related work leveraging synthetic (video game) data for real-world measurements of distances in autonomous driving. See https://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2017/05/13/why-ai-researchers-like-video-games. Image credit for below image via the above Economist link.
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Ben Frenkel - - Co-Leading Project to Integrate Generative AI into TravelingWiki’s Free Services provided for the traveling public with “hidden disabilities” referred to TravelingWiki’s services via the U.S. Transportation Security Administration TSA Cares Program
Ben is a leading visionary as to technology in the development, cloud and the enterprise space. Ben is currently a Group Product Manager in the Security AI Workbench area of Google. Ben was previously a Group Product Manager at Waymo. Ben has also served as a Senior Associate at McKinsey & Company & Head of Cloud Technology at Pegasystems. Ben holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BS from the University of Arizona. Ben has been a named inventor on multiple Patent Applications.