Dave Marvit

Fujitsu

Dave Marvit, co-chair of the OASIS LegalXML eContracts Technical Committee, spends most of his time developing new technologies for Fujitsu Laboratories of America. These developments range across a variety of fields including automated negotiation systems, interface design for hand-held devices, and business applications of statistical natural language processing.

Marvit has gone from studying neuroscience at Caltech and Stanford to helping in an Oscar winning cutting room on Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," to being selected by Time Magazine as one of the dozen most influential people in the digital world in 2001.

In addition to producing an award-winning series of documentaries for WGBH-TV's "Nova" science team, an award-winning educational CD-ROM for Knowledge Adventure, and executive producing a virtual world for hospital-bound children with Steven Spielberg, Dave has served on the faculty at Caltech and founded two startup companies.

Dave Marvit, co-chair of the OASIS LegalXML eContracts Technical Committee, spends most of his time developing new technologies for Fujitsu Laboratories of America. These developments range across a variety of fields including automated negotiation systems, interface design for hand-held devices, and business applications of statistical natural language processing.

Marvit has gone from studying neuroscience at Caltech and Stanford to helping in an Oscar winning cutting room on Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," to being selected by Time Magazine as one of the dozen most influential people in the digital world in 2001.

In addition to producing an award-winning series of documentaries for WGBH-TV's "Nova" science team, an award-winning educational CD-ROM for Knowledge Adventure, and executive producing a virtual world for hospital-bound children with Steven Spielberg, Dave has served on the faculty at Caltech and founded two startup companies.

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