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IEET > Advisory Board > Stefan Pernar

Stefan Pernar

Stefan Pernar has worked in corporate IT his entire life and is currently the CIO for the not for commercial profit retail group FrontLine Stores Australia Ltd. In 2005 he got inspired by Kurzweil’s The Singularity is Near to write his own philosophical novel on friendly AI called Jame5 - A Tale of Good and Evil which set him on a path of exciting discovery ever since. In 2010 he and his wife migrated to Australia to put his ideas on an academic foundation by taking a Graduate Diploma in Anthropology and Social Theory at the University of Melbourne which he finished in 2011. His plan is to someday turn his ideas into a PhD. Stefan currently lives with his wife Grace as well as several ducks, chickens, rabbits, quail and a miniature dachshund named Sophie on a 10 acre property south of Ballarat.



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