Bryndan D. Moore is an African-American engineer, futurist, filmmaker and the creator and host of The Black Futurist podcast.
The Black Futurist podcast explores the intersection of technology, and humanity through a culture lens, and features interviews with leaders in tech, entrepreneurs, academics, and artists. Speculative fiction, science fiction and fantasy, are often the subject on The Black Futurist as they push the limits of our imagination. The show asks the questions, what are our visions of the future, and how does the work we’re doing today impact that future? What are the implications of the innovations of our time?
In addition to hosting his podcast, Moore gravitates toward ventures that focus on community, both in person and through technology solutions. This varies from cafes in Brooklyn to television programming. Always investigating trends in innovation, Moore frequently serves as moderator, panelist and as executive guide at conferences in technology and media, including The Consumer Electronics Show (CES®), and NAB Show.
Ebony magazine recognized Moore as one of the 150 most influential Black people in America.