Scholar and entrepreneur
San Diego, CA
Goldberg received his BSc and MSc from the Technion, Haifa; in Electrical Engineering and Communication Theory. Along with co-founding two US venture-funded technology companies and publishing more than 25 US patents, he was a member of the team that developed Pillcam, the swallowable gastrointestinal capsule that transmits images of the digestive track. In 1995, Goldberg published Digital Techniques in Digital Synthesis with McGraw-Hill Company.
Goldberg’s areas of lifelong interests are in history, music, and architecture, and he has written a book on the rise of cognition and complexity and the evolution of our perception of the world and the social order. He resides in San Diego, CA.