American technologist and product experience leader. Currently VP of design and artificial intelligence at Microsoft. Author of five books including a gentle intro to AI/ML "How to Speak Machine (Penguin)" and the "Laws of Simplicity (MIT Press)." Represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC and the Cartier Foundation, Paris.

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