Regina Joseph is the founder of Sibylink, an international consultancy based in The Hague, and co-founder of ython, a Usbased decision-science consultancy. Both organizations provide strategic foresight through quantitative forecasting, training programs and digital solutions development. Joseph is an IARPA ACE program Superforecaster and was a Senior Consultant on the IARPA-funded Good Judgment Project research team. She also serves as a member of the faculty at New York University. An analyst, futurist, information systems designer and technical creative director with a record of award-winning product development over 25 years, Joseph is also a political scientist whose work and research assists public and private sector organizations. Her corporate work spans the world, from Sony to Hearst to Liberty Global. Her public sector work has aided such clients as the OSCE, NATO and the UN, among others. Her most recent endeavors include launching the world's first cross-agency forecasting tournament for the government of The Netherlands as part of Sibylink's proprietary strategic foresight training program; the invention of digital tools like neuertm, a quantified structural analytic technique (patent pending) and InfoRank, an information reliability index; the development of a cyber-threat forecasting platform; and further IARPA-funded research into the development of hybrid humanmachine forecasting systems. In her career, Joseph has been recognized as a pioneer and thought leader in both the analog and digital worlds: she was the founder and editor-in-chief of Blender, the world's first digital magazine and she has been responsible for several technical firsts in the fields of media technologies and telecommunications. Her writing has appeared in a variety of outlets including Reuters, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Forbes, AdWeek, the International Relations & Security Network at ETH-Zurich, Foreign Policy and many others. Joseph is a Thomas J. Watson Fellow and holds a B.A. from Hamilton College (magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa) and an M. Sci from New York University

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