Professor Sebastian Thrun is a
robotics, and AI researcher. He
founded Google's self driving car
team, and won the DARPA Grand
Challenge. He and Peter Norvig
developed the first global MOOC.
Google Scholar ranks Thrun #14
worldwide in computer science.
He founded Google X, and was
elected into the National Academy
of Engineering. Thrun also founded
Udacity (valued at over $1B).
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