Bruce Horn

Computer Science Generalist

Bruce Horn is a computer science generalist, catalyst and “software psychologist.” He started his career as a teenager at Xerox PARC working on Smalltalk, then at Apple on the original Mac team. More recently he worked on natural language search at Powerset, which was acquired by Microsoft for Bing. Later as an Intel Fellow he worked in Smart Device Innovation, where his team created the Oakley Radar Pace conversational running and cycling coach. Horn received a BS in Mathematical Sciences from Stanford, and an MS and PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. 


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