DR. ERIC HASELTINE
Futurist · Author · Neuroscientist · Intelligence Officer
ABOUT ERIC HASELTINE
Dr. Eric Haseltine is an author, futurist, and neuroscientist. He has held several senior executive positions in private industry and the public sector. He was the associate director and CTO for national intelligence at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the director of research at the National Security Agency, an executive vice president at Walt Disney Imagineering, and a director of engineering at Hughes Aircraft Company. For the past few years, he has been developing completely new forms of digital media, entertainment, and advertising, in addition to cutting-edge cyber and industrial security solutions.
Eric has authored or co-authored 15 patents in optics, special effects, and electronic media. In addition, he has published more than 100 articles in Discover magazine, on Discover.com, and in journals such as Brain Research and Society for Neuroscience Proceedings. He maintains a blog on Psychology Today. Eric’s book, Long Fuse, Big Bang, shows how to prevent the tyranny of the urgent from trumping the pursuit of the important. He is co-author of The Listening Cure, with Dr. Chris Gilbert.
Russian Influence in Democratic Elections
TED Talks Live
What Will Be the Next Big Scientific Breakthrough?
The Nose in Front of You: How to See Missed Opportunities Staring You in the Face
Dr. Eric Haseltine and Dr. Chris Gilbert have launched a co-venture:
The Doctors Impossible.
Follow their adventures around the globe discovering the next “impossibilities” in both the world and inside of each of us, and exploring how they might shape our future.
Psychology Today Column
You don’t have to be a savant to have savant-like abilities. In her post Tap Into the Inner Genius You Didn’t Know You Had, Dr. Chris Gilbert described Acquired Savant Syndrome, a rare condition that sometimes occurs after trauma to the Left...read more
Exceedingly strange but true factoids about our nervous system. Werner Heisenberg, a giant of 20th century physics said, "Not only is the universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than we can think."Werner, whose name adorns the famous Heisenberg...read more
Gender differences in cognition and perception are real John Gray, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, argues that the two sexes have fundamentally different ways of thinking and communicating. Since a growing body of research...read more