Regina Joseph is the founder of Sibylink, an international consultancy specializing in decision science and strategic foresight. A recognized Superforecaster known for her 25-year track record of award-winning technical developments (like the 1994 creation of the first digital magazine, Blender, and the first forms of digital advertising), Joseph’s quantitative forecasting products, training programs and digital solutions have been adopted by such clients as the Netherlands’ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the OSCE. In addition to her private sector work developing cutting-edge products and concepts for Sony, Liberty Global and others, Joseph’s scientific research in hybrid predictive human-machine interaction is currently supported by such organizations as the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Netherlands’ Ministry of Security and Justice. Her published work has appeared in such outlets as The New York Times, Reuters, Forbes and various peer-reviewed academic journals. She is a Thomas J. Watson Fellow and completed her undergraduate work at Hamilton College (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and graduate work at New York University.