Inventing TV on the Internet a Tad Bit Too Early | Scott Klososky

Inventing TV on the Internet a Tad Bit Too Early | Scott Klososky

Scott Klososky is a technologist, entrepreneur and thought leader that specializes in helping leaders see the world in new ways. He has built and sold multiple companies, the largest being webcasts.com which was ultimately acquired by iBEAM for approximately $115 million in stock in April of 2000.

In our wide-ranging conversation, we cover many things, including:

  • The reason Scott went to the USSR during the Cold War and how he teamed up with chess champion Gary Kasparov
  • What Scott learned about capitalism, communism and building businesses
  • Why Scott “invented” TV on the internet, a tad bit too early
  • The reason AI and cybersecurity are the two most important/interesting technologies in Scott’s mind
  • How regulations can help save our cybersecurity problem
  • What Scott does to understand his place in the world
  • How working with Nixon’s Chief of Staff led to a transformation in the publishing industry
  • Why cyberwarfare is so freaking scary and hard to fight
  • The things to look for when creating disruptive innovation
  • Why things are looking up and Scott is an optimist
  • How we can reinvent education for the future

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