Mr. Conrad Wolfram
For more than 20 years, Wolfram's business and technical leadership has been central to the rise, spread and democratization of high-level computation particularly through the use of automation and interactivity. He is also the world's leading advocate for a fundamental shift of math education to be computer-based, laying out the rationale and roadmap in his widely acknowledged 2010 TED and founding computerbasedmath.org to drive implementation of the change. Wolfram regularly appears in the media and as a keynote speaker on a diverse range of subjects, ranging from the future of knowledge to web3.0 and to 21st-century education. He was educated at Eton College and the University of Cambridge, UK, from which he holds degrees in natural sciences and math.