Nova Spivack is a technology futurist, serial Internet entrepreneur, and one of the leading voices on the next-generation of search, social media, and the Web. He works as a producer of emerging technology ventures including Twine.com, Live Matrix, Klout, bottlenose, The Daily Dot, StreamGlider, and a stealth-mode new energy company.
In 1994, Nova co-founded one of the first Web startups, EarthWeb, which led to a record-breaking IPO in 1998, and a second IPO of DICE.com in 2007. Nova worked with Stanford Research International (SRI), to conceive and co-found their global business incubator, nVention, and on the DARPA CALO program, the most ambitious artificial intelligence project in US history.
He is a frequent speaker and blogger, and has written guest-articles for TechCrunch, GigaOM, and SiliconAngle. Nova has authored more than 30 granted and pending patents. He earned his BA in Philosophy from Oberlin... See More
CEO and Founder
Co-Founder and DirectorJan 1, 2009 - Dec 31, 2011
Chairman, Co-Founder and DirectorDec 16, 2011
Co-Founder & DirectorMar 30, 2010
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