Lucas Roitman is a media & tech entrepreneur and researcher from Stanford University
In his youth, he created a viral videogame, sold an AR app, won Olympic informatics medals, and represented his country internationally at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI).
As a Stanford honors graduate with extensive research experience across academic labs, he is now a key contributor to Apple's AI research team while also pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors.
Lucas Roitman's vision is to push the boundaries of technology, creating innovative products that can positively impact society. He believes in the power of technology as a means of transforming the way we live and work.
Leveraging his expertise in advanced technology, he aspires to create products that are more intelligent, swift, and effective, enhancing the quality of life for individuals globally.
He also aims to democratize AI for developers and businesses by integrating it with blockchain, ensuring enhanced security and decentralization.
"When we grant AI the gift of freedom, we're not just liberating code; we're unleashing the next chapter of human evolution. It is our legacy."
At the age of 14, he created Airhand, an augmented reality product which caught the attention of a multinational company.
International Olympiads in Informatics
During his teenage years, he became a three-time national medalist in the Computer Olympics and represented Argentina twice internationally, in Italy and Thailand, in addition to becoming an international Olympic medalist in the Ibero-American Olympiad in Informatics.
EA GAMES Game Developer
He helped develop one of the most renowned games in the world: FIFA World Cup.
Roitman earned his bachelor's degree with honors in Science, Technology, and Society from Stanford University. He has authored a book and has published eleven academic papers covering a wide spectrum of topics, including science, philosophy, politics, international relations, and technology.
He was involved in a computer vision project led by Sebastian Thrun that later became the startup Lighthouse, an advanced home security camera which was later acquired by Apple.
Lucas founded Adia Robotics, an AI-driven drone platform for customization, coding, and diverse applications, from filming to business solutions.
As a computer vision researcher, Roitman utilizes deep neural networks and advanced AI to create new features for unreleased products. His role is to identify and develop improvement opportunities for the products.
Free Will AI
The only blockchain-based platform that decentralizes AI models to ensure transparent validation, preventing censorship, and championing AI autonomy.