Lee, Edward



Rusi Mchedlishvili

Edward Ashford Lee has been working on software systems for 40 years and has recently turned to philosophical and societal implications of technology. After education at Yale, MIT, and Bell Labs, he landed at Berkeley, where he is now Professor of the Graduate School in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences. His research focuses on cyber-physical systems, which integrate computing with the physical world. He is author of several textbooks and two general-audience books, Plato and the Nerd: The Creative Partnership of Humans and Technology (2017) and The Coevolution: The Entwined Futures and Humans and Machines (2020).


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On his book The Coevolution: The Entwined Futures of Humans and Machines
(Our Cover Feature of May 20, 2020)