Dr. Bart Kosko is a best-selling author and professor of electrical and computer engineering, and law, at the University of Southern California. He is an award-winning pioneer and author in the machine-learning fields of artificial intelligence, neural networks, and fuzzy logic. He holds degrees in philosophy, economics, mathematics, electrical engineering, and law, and is a licensed attorney.
Dr. Kosko has organized several conferences on machine learning, and serves on the editorial board of several technical journals. He holds several patents on machine learning and has published over 150 scientific articles. He has also published several textbooks and is the international bestselling author of Fuzzy Thinking, Heaven in a Chip, Noise, the re-released cyber-thriller novel Nanotime, and the new global-warming-thriller novel Cool Earth about what can go wrong moving the Earth to cool it.
Dr. Bart Kosko discussed the latest developments in AI and neural learning, as well as the new edition of his classic work Fuzzy Thinking. In the first hour, paranormal investigator Greg Lawson talked about the Gilgo Beach murders, intuition in police work, and Jack the Ripper.More »
Dr. Bart Kosko delved into concepts of immortality and the implications if billionaires get access to anti-aging technology before everyone else. In the first hour, numerologist Glynis McCants explained the meaning of numbers, and provided her numerological insights into the...More »
Professor Bart Kosko discussed the latest developments in artificial intelligence and brain-computer interfaces. Followed by C2C's Cheryll Jones presenting her interview with paranormal activity specialist and shaman Ani Avedissian.More »
Prof. Bart Kosko delved into the latest developments in brain hacking. In the first hour, journalist Peter Lance provided an update on the brutal murder of Eduardo Tirella by billionaire Doris Duke.More »
Prof. Bart Kosko discussed various topics, including brain chips, geoengineering, and a new theory about dreaming. Followed by researcher Michael Tellinger on ancient stone circles and artifacts in Southern Africa.More »
Retired San Francisco school teacher Tom Berg discussed why he believes the public school system is highly problematic. Children (particularly C, D, and F students) are being dis-empowered, having their spirits squelched, and turned into slaves, he said. First hour guest,...More »
Broadcasting live from Manila, Art Bell welcomed professor of Electronic Engineering at USC, Bart Kosko for a discussion on artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, noise, and other cutting edge spheres of scientific research.More »
Expert on the American prophet Edgar Cayce, Greg Little discussed new discoveries in the search for Atlantis, mounds in ancient America, as well as findings in Egypt. First hour guest, Prof. Bart Kosko talked about efforts to create an artificial brain, which are said to be...More »
In this rebroadcast from 11/15/03, Art Bell welcomed Peter Davenport of the National UFO Center in the first hour, followed by USC Engineering Professor Bart Kosko discussing fuzzy logic and nanotechnology.More »
USC Engineering Professor Bart Kosko returned to the show to discuss technology and its future uses. Right now, he said, there is a "gold rush" for patents on nanotechnology devices. Carbon nanotubes are starting to be seen in such products as baseballs and clothes, and they may...More »
Professor of Electrical Engineering at USC, Bart Kosko, joined Art on Saturday to discuss the latest advances and dangers of nanotechnology, as well as the US war against terrorism. Kosko cited his recent Los Angeles Times article, Terror Threat May Be Mostly a Big Bluff, in...More »
Saturday's first hour guest, Peter Davenport of the National UFO Reporting Center gave an update on new cases. Main guest, Professor of electrical engineering, Bart Kosko, talked about the latest breakthroughs in Nanotechnology and Fuzzy Logic.More »
Bart Kosko, a professor at USC and expert in fuzzy logic, was the guest on Monday night. Defining fuzzy logic as a "branch of machine intelligence that tries to get computers to think like people think," Kosko estimated that between 2015-2020 computers' processing power will...More »
World-renowned as the leading proponent and popularizer of Fuzzy logic,Professor Bart Kosko is the author of several books and writes for Scientific American and other technical publications. Professor Kosko received bachelors degrees in Economics and Philosophy from the...More »