Jon Bruner

Jon Bruner oversees O'Reilly's publications on hardware, the Internet of Things, manufacturing, and electronics, and has been program chair along with Joi Ito of the O'Reilly Solid conference, focused on the intersection between software and the physical world.

Before coming to O'Reilly, he was data editor at Forbes Magazine, where he combined writing and programming to approach a broad variety of subjects, from the operation of the Columbia River's dams to migration within the United States. He studied mathematics and economics at the University of Chicago and lives in San Francisco, where he can occasionally be found at the console of a pipe organ.


Posts by Jon Bruner

Capillary waves.

Making AI transparent

The O'Reilly Podcast: Andy Hickl on sources of bias in artificial intelligence—and how to address them.

New Year's fireworks.

2016 Bots year in review

The O’Reilly Bots Podcast: Recapping a revolutionary year in AI and bots, and looking ahead to 2017.

Fractal image generated by the Electric Sheep project.

Real AI products arrive

The O’Reilly Bots Podcast: Hilary Mason, Jimi Smoot, and Roger Chen on what AI means now.

Secret Agent.

Bot thots

The world of conversational interfaces is very young. Here are some early questions that it’s working out.

Turbine

What is the Internet of Things?

How the IoT is revolutionizing not just consumer goods and gadgets, but manufacturing, design, engineering, medicine, government, business models, and the way we live our lives.

Tweets loud and quiet

Twitter’s long, long, long tail suggests the service is less democratic than it seems.