Amos Miller is a product Strategist for accessibility at Microsoft AI and Research where he drives a research program that seek to understand and invent accessibility in the world where artificial intelligent agents and mixed reality are primary forms of interaction.
Amos is driven by big challenges and leading real innovation with technology and passionate people. He has a B.Sc. in Computer Science and an MBA from London Business School and enjoys a rich and rewarding career seeking to harness the power of technology to change the world for the better.
Previously Amos was the director for Microsoft’s digital Advisory service in the UK and later in Asia pacific and Japan. The Digital advisory program helps Microsoft enterprise customers to accelerate towards their business goals by helping them innovate and drive business value from advancements in technology.
In addition Amos served as the president of Guidedogs Singapore in 2015/2016 helping shape the strategy of a small organization in a country that is new to the Guidedog, and prior to that as the chairman of the board for Guidedogs for the blind in the UK where he led a leadership turnaround and a structural reorganization to align Guidedogs to become a multi-service, user centric charity.