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Florian Neukart
Volkswagen Group of America, University of Leiden
San Francisco, California
 

Florian Neukart holds a PhD in Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence from the Transilvania University of Brasov, as well as a Master’s degree in Information Technology from the CAMPUS02 University of Applied Sciences in Graz, and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the Joanneum University of Applied Sciences in Kapfenberg.

He works as a principal scientist in the fields of artificial intelligence and quantum computing at Volkswagen Group of America, where he is conducting research in the fields of self-driving vehicles, quantum machine learning, self-optimizing robots, and artificial intelligence in general.

Neukart, born in Bruck an der Mur, Austria, is also a lecturer at Leiden University, where he works on quantum computing and artificial intelligence. He is the author of the book Reverse Engineering the Mind - Consciously Acting Machines and Accelerated Evolution. Here, he is concerned with establishing a symbiotic relationship between a biological brain, sensors, AI, and quantum hardware and software, resulting in solutions for the continuous consciousness-problem as well as other state-of-the-art problems.

He was one of the first researchers to propose and implement quantum neural networks, and among the first ones to solve real-world problems of society and environment by means of quantum computing/annealing. In 2014, Neukart was awarded for his work in biologically inspired artificial intelligence software by the Science Park Austria.


     

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