Dr. Usmani is a Fulbright Scholar and Eisenhower Fellow. He holds a Ph.D. and MS in Computer Science from the Florida Institute of Technology. His Ph.D. work focuses on big data for counter-terrorism. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, CNN, AOL News, Wired Magazine, NPR, MIT’s Technology Review, Florida Today, and The Economist. He has authored dozens of research papers, articles, and several books. His research strengths include Data Sciences, Artificial intelligence, blockchain, predictive analytics, and modeling human emergent behaviors. He loves to talk about KungFu panda, census, trees, sponge bob, disadvantages of learning and appreciation, swarm, and avian intelligence. He has worked in the USA, Pakistan, Lithuania. Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, Denmark, and the Middle East. Currently, he is focusing on blockchain applications, self-aware smart contracts, self-organized crypto assets and consequential impact of AI on society and job markets.