Julian Arndts is a mathematician, economist, philosopher and entrepreneur. He is founder of Kairós, an institute doing research on the economics and philosophy of artificial intelligence and prediction markets.
He teaches mathematical economics for graduate students at University of Applied Sciences Europe (UE), as part of the Master's program in Entrepreneurial Economics.
He worked as an academic supervisor at Cambridge University, teaching a wide variety of subjects, including combinatorics, number theory, analysis, and game theory.
Furthermore, he has co-founded various summer universities, such as Nexus Academy, which builds bridges between disciplines as diverse as philosophy, economics, history, psychology, physics and mathematics.
He is a frequent speaker, giving talks on artificial intelligence, the philosophy of time, monetary theory, and the history of economic thought.