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Ricardo Barretto

Ricardo Barretto is a writer, entrepreneur, humanitarian, and lives in Los Angeles. He is a partner with Alltec tecnologia for finding solutions for Public Health Care Management, Transportation and Energy in Brazil. He is also a screenwriter, having helped greenlight and improve dozens of projects in his native Brazil - the last of which won Best Film in Brazil 2012. He was also part of the team that developed the first sitcom format there and produced, directed and adapted works for the stage with known TV stars. He is currently doing business development for Qless. His main area of interest is researching and developing narrative projects for film and TV dealing with the future of emergent technologies, a video game project based on a series he developed for a major studio, while pursuing his degree in Evolutionary Biology and MA in Mythology and Depth Psychology.



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"The Problem of Other Motives – The Greatest Existential Risk to Humankind"   Ethical Technology  Jan 29, 2013

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