Dr. Maor Farid is an Artificial Intelligence researcher, and a Fulbright and ISEF postdoctoral fellow at MIT. His research focuses on precursors and real-time prediction for earthquake effects of complex systems and facilities with highly hazardous potential and major national interest. His studies were published in various leading journals, presented in international conferences, and won numerous awards. He obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. at the Technion (2013, 2015). His Ph.D. research focused on modeling and prediction of earthquake effects on highly sensitive nuclear facilities, which was initiated by the Israeli Prime-Minister’s Office. Maor completed his Ph.D. in the age of 24 and was acknowledged as the youngest Ph.D. graduate at the Technion for 2017. At the same year, Dr. Farid served as an external lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering in Ben-Gurion University, Israel, in an original course he developed. Maor carried his Ph.D. in parallel to his duty military service in the IDF, there he served as a captain in the 'Brakim' excellence program, R&D engineer in the Israeli Prime Minister's Office, and an AI researcher and commander in the leading Data Science team of Unit 8200. During his service, he received numerous honors and awards for his contribution, such as 'Excellent Scientist' (top three academics in duty service), a distinguished commander in Unit 8200, and more. Maor is the Founder and CEO of 'Lilmod Lehatsliach' (Hebrew: Learn to Succeed) association, a non-profit organization, aiming to promote youth at risk and undergraduate students from the Israeli periphery, a volunteer on the American Technion Society, and a Regional Manager of ScienceAbroad organization at MIT, aiming to strengthen the connections between Israeli researchers and the state Israel. For his academic achievements and social activism, Maor won numerous awards, elected on the Forbes list of 30 under 30 for 2019, won the Moskowitz Prize and the Spirit of Zion award for Zionist leadership, and more. Farid lives in Boston, Massachusetts, and married to Michal.