PhD student Gaurav Kamath was invited to this year’s St. Gallen Symposium, a symposium connecting current and future leaders from around the world in business, politics, science and civil society. As runner-up in the symposium’s annual essay competition, he spoke on the main stage in St. Gallen, Switzerland, on the topic of his essay: the legacy of open-sourced research in AI. In the process, he got to meet with people such as Sal Khan, of Khan Academy, and Keith Enright, Google’s Chief Privacy Officer. The video of the event can be viewed here (he begins at around the 57:00 mark).