James Kotecki is the Manager of Media & Public Relations at Automated Insights, which makes robots that write like humans.

His work has earned multiple awards, national media coverage, and millions of YouTube views.

The Economist called him "probably the world's foremost expert on YouTube videos posted by presidential candidates." 

video prodigy
— The Telegraph
a respected campaign commentator
— Los Angeles Times
kind of a nerd dreamboat
— The Daily Beast

In early 2007, James started a political video blog in his Georgetown University dorm room. Within months, The Economist said he was "probably the world's foremost expert on YouTube videos posted by presidential candidates."

After graduation, James joined Politico to cover the 2008 presidential campaign with an award-winning daily video show. In 2012, he wrote and hosted videos for The Daily, a first-of-its-kind newspaper for tablets and smartphones.

Now, he is the manager of Media & Public Relations at Automated Insights, makers of robots that write like humans. He tells the world how automation, innovation, and imagination are shaping the future.

James has been interviewed by CNN, FOX News, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, NPR, the BBC, and many others. He's spoken at events sponsored by Google, the International Finance Corporation, and Harvard University.

James took second place in the 2008 Funniest Celebrity in Washington Competition, losing out to Governor Mike Huckabee.

He lives with his family in Raleigh, North Carolina. His wife is a terrific cook and food blogger. You can contact James here.