Norman Sadeh is a Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on AI, ML, HCI and Language Technologies with applications to privacy, cybersecurity, mobile and the Internet of Things, including public policy issues.
His research has been credited for influencing the design of products at companies that include Apple, Google and Facebook. He is also well known for earlier research contributions in areas spanning scheduling, supply chain management, multi-agent systems, automated trading and semantic web technologies.
Norman is also a successful entrepreneur and served as founding CEO and, until its acquisition for $225 Million by Proofpoint, as chairman and chief scientist of Wombat Security Technologies. In the late nineties Norman served as Chief Scientist of the European Union's e-Commerce initiative, which included all pan-European research in cybersecurity and privacy as well as major related public policy initiatives