Bentley University, USA
Noah Giansiracusa (PhD in math from Brown University) is a tenured associate professor of mathematics and data science at Bentley University, a business school near Boston. His research interests range from algebraic geometry to machine learning to empirical legal studies. After publishing the book How Algorithms Create and Prevent Fake News in July 2021 (about which Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer said "It's a joy to read a book by a mathematician who knows how to write... There is no better guide to the strategies and stakes of this battle for the future"), Noah has gotten more involved in public writing/speaking and policy discussions concerning data-driven algorithms and their role in society. He's appeared on cable TV and BBC radio, written for Washington Post, Scientific American, TIME, Barron's, Boston Globe, Wired, Slate, Ms. Magazine, and Fast Company, and been quoted in a range of newspapers. Noah is currently working on a second book, a popular math book forthcoming with Riverhead Books (an imprint of Penguin).