DK Matai

Basic

Inhaber, Executive Chairman, mi2g Ltd

London, United Kingdom

Skills

Specialties: Helping to build a better world -
Public & NGO roles; New Paradigms - 21st Cent
Anywhere
Active Computing Security 21st Century. The St

Timeline

Professional experience for DK Matai

  • Current 17 years and 8 months, since Jan 2005

    Chairman

    The Philanthropia

  • Current 20 years and 11 months, since Oct 2001

    Chairman

    ATCA

  • Current

    Executive Chairman

    mi2g Ltd

  • 2 years and 6 months, Jan 1988 - Jun 1990

    Design Engineer

    IBM

    Parallel Processing Systems Design

Educational background for DK Matai

  • High Performance Computing

    Imperial College London

    Asymmetric Threats and Opportunities in a 21st Century Networked Environment.

  • Electronics Engineering

    Southampton

    High Performance Computing, Super Computing and Massive Parallel Processing

Languages

  • English

    Fluent

  • German

    Intermediate

  • French

    Intermediate

  • Italian

    Basic

Wants

DK Matai is an engineer turned entrepreneur and philanthropist with a keen interest in the well being of global society. DK founded mi2g in 1995
the global risk specialists
in London
UK
whilst developing simulations for his PhD at Imperial College. DK helped found ATCA - The Asymmetric Threats Contingency Alliance - in 2001
a philanthropic expert initiative to address complex global challenges through Socratic dialogue and joint executive action to build a wisdom based global economy. ATCA addresses opportunities and threats arising from climate chaos
radical poverty
organised crime
extremism
informatics
nanotechnology
robotics
genetics
artificial intelligence and financial systems. ATCA has 5
000+ distinguished members from over 100 countries: including several from the House of Lords
House of Commons
EU Parliament
US Congress & Senate
G10's Senior Government officials and over 1
500 CEOs from financial institutions
scientific corporates
NGOs and 750+ Profs from academic centres of excellence.

Interests

Philanthropy - DK co-founded The Philanthropia in 2005 - to include the Trinity Club
Syndicates and Ethical Investment Funds - with 1
000 leading philanthropists
family offices
foundations
private banks
NGOs and specialist advisors to resolve complex global challenges through collaborative & sustained efforts. DK's other voluntary interests are Sant Bani (Voice of Saints)
a culturally diverse fellowship dedicated to the unity of humankind; World Future Council's Board of Advisors and Donors; The Shirley Foundation; Oxford Internet Institute at University of Oxford; Tomorrow's Company and The Trinity Forum
where he advises on a pro bono basis.

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