To be motivated and successful in the development of artificial intelligence, you must first be aware of the limitations of your natural intelligence.

Orlin Kouzov is the head of the Education Laboratory at the GATE Institute.

He graduated from the Technical University of Sofia with a master’s degree in Computer Science. He has a second master’s degree in Information Systems Management from the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey and a doctoral dissertation on “ICT toolkit for innovative methods and applications in the educational process” at the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

He has worked in the Open Society Foundation (CIO), the National Research and Education Network Development Unit at the Ministry of Education and Science (CEO), the ICT Development Agency at the Ministry of Transport and Communications, (CEO), the Ministry of Education and Science (CIO), the Executive Agency “Operational Program “Science and Education for Smart Growth” (DPO).

In his professional career he has participated in or led over 100 national and international projects funded by the Soros Foundations, the USAID, the UNDP, the World Bank, the NATO Science Program, the KOREA Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion, the European Commission, and others.