With AI, a computer can find its own moves and people can become experts on day one, believes the innovator
Mumbai: Sebastian Thrun is a man of many parts. The president and co-founder of e-learning company Udacity, is not only an innovator and computer scientist but also CEO of Kitty Hawk Corporation that makes flying cars and chairman of Cresta.ai—a company that automates repetitive tasks likes sales chats. Germany-born Thrun was earlier a Google VP and Fellow. At Google, he founded Google X and Google’s self-driving car team. He is currently also an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University and at Georgia Tech.