John R. Koza

John R. Koza

John R. Koza is a computer scientist and a consulting professor at Stanford University, most notable for his work in pioneering the use of genetic programming for the optimization of complex problems. He was a cofounder of Scientific Games Corporation, a company which built computer systems to run state lotteries in the United States. Wikipedia*

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John R. Koza has four videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2007 Forum. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2016 with an average of 1,441 views per program. Most appearances with John Samples (2). Most common tag: Electoral College.

Appearances by Title:c. August 16, 2007 - Present Co-Founder and Chair, National Popular Vote Videos: 4

Recent Appearances

  • Electoral College and U.S. Elections

    Electoral College and U.S. Elections

    John Koza and James Hulme talked about calls to end reliance on the Electoral College to determine the outcome of U.S.…

  • Electoral College Reform

    Electoral College Reform

    John Koza and John Samples debated possible changes to the electoral college system. They responded to questions from members of the…

  • Abolishing the Electoral College

    Abolishing the Electoral College

    A panel discussion was held on the National Popular Vote Plan. Under the plan states would join a binding agreement to…

  • Electoral College and the Popular Vote

    Electoral College and the Popular Vote

    Panelists talked about a movement to by-pass the Electoral College and award the presidency to the candidate winning the popular vote.…

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