Greg Cross is an original tech nomad who has spent his career travelling to and living in every major tech market in the world.
He now lives in New Zealand, creating businesses that compete on the international stage. Recently PowerbyProxi, a wireless charging company he co-founded, was sold to Apple in 2017.
In 2016, Greg teamed up with Dr Mark Sagar and created Soul Machines to build a HumanOS for Artificial Intelligence and explore the future of human-machine cooperation.
Soul Machines is at the cutting edge of AI research and its unique Digital Brain, based on the latest neuroscience and developmental psychology research, is leading the way as we move towards Artificial General Intelligence. With global corporations like Procter and Gamble, AutoDesk, Mercedes Benz and Royal Bank of Scotland as customers, Soul Machines is re-imagining what is possible in the delivery and underlying economics of highly personalised customer experiences and specialised knowledge.
Greg is also chairman of the luxury fashion retailer Dadelszen, and the Sir John Logan Campbell Executive in Residence at the University of Auckland Business School. He was recently inducted into New Zealand’s Technology Hall of Fame as the recipient of the 2019 Flying Kiwi Award.