Kass has spent the past decade working on the design of user-centered products across fields as diverse as AI, pharma, mobility, finance and events. His journey has included working with startups, a brief stint at a corporate venture incubator, and several years building complex internal tooling at Google.
I like to think of quantum technology as our attempt to better understand and emulate the way the universe and nature itself operates, so in that sense I can’t think of anything more fundamental and important to be working on. As a designer, I’m also really excited by the possibility that quantum computation will eventually enable us to design the world around us: from new materials and medicines, through to more immersive digital experiences and a level of artificial intelligence that can have a really meaningful impact on every aspect of our lives.
Creating world models as complex as the real world for both humans and reinforcement learning agents to enjoy and learn from.
Past me, to dish out some advice on paying more attention in maths class (and to go all in on Bitcoin back in 2017)
You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take (probably spotted on an inspirational instagram quote, but it stuck with me)
I make a great margarita.