Rob Argento is a senior technical writer and project leader with a background in aerospace engineering and some 18 years in Silicon Valley with Valley heavyweights like Oracle, Xerox, Microsoft, Sony, and VeriSign. He has worked primarily within software development and has participated in some major projects such as NASA's Voyager Spacecraft Program (General Dynamics Corp.), the US Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile Program (Sperry Rand Corp.), and the US DOE's Genomes to Life program (Genencor International, Inc.). As an adjunct he has taught philosophy at Barry University and information systems design at the University of San Francisco. Mr. Argento holds a B.S. in Physics and an M.A. in Theological Studies.
Impact of high technology on human civilization; surveillance technologies; globalization; general systems theory; artificial intelligence; cyborgs; biotechnology; nanotechnology; cloud computing, philosophy, history, and music.