Less than a decade ago, neuroscientist Amir Khosrowshahi was drilling holes and sticking needles into skulls to learn about the human brain.

He turned his knowledge of neuroscience into entrepreneurial success, cofounding Nervana, a startup that helped large companies run neural networks, the technology now driving explosive results in AI. Intel, the world’s largest maker of computer chips,  just two years later, in 2016.

Since then, Harvard and UC Berkeley-trained Khosrowshahi has emerged as a key

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