Graham is a native from Boston, MA.  He moved to Spokane in 2019, where he bought a home, started teaching at Gonzaga, and made so many friends– a better support group of friends than he’s found anywhere else.
Graham currently teaches AI/ML at Gonzaga University. For over 25 years, he has been developing technologies across a wide array of disciplines, from speech recognition, to physics, AI, and national security. He holds several software and hardware patents.

In his free time, you can find him swimming in the Spokane River, biking, or writing.

Fun Fact: Graham loves a good Ribeye Steak with plenty of fat!

What you can look forward to in Graham’s Talk:

  • There is no fate but what we make it.
  • GPT and other AI isn’t like human thought. The difference comes from the mathematics of shape, “topology”.
  • There is something he knows, which has been very hard to learn over 20 years– something he’s burning to talk about.
  • He hopes to help people see what he sees.


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