Michal Pěchouček is a full professor in Computer Science at Czech Technical University (CTU). He has studied and worked at several foreign universities. He has run several research contracts funded by the FAA and has collaborated on two additional research grants funded by NASA. He is the co-founder and investor of several successful start-ups in the field of artificial intelligence. He was director of the R&D center of artificial intelligence and computer security of CISCO in Prague and also a strategist for next technologies. He is also the Founding Director of Open Informatics, a research oriented computer science study program at CTU-FEL. He was named to New Europe 100, a list of outstanding challengers who are leading world-class innovation from Central and Eastern Europe, in 2015.

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