Jack Weast

Fellow, Intel/ VP of Automated Vehicle Standards, Mobileye


Jack Weast is an Intel Fellow and a Vice President for Automated Vehicle Standards at Mobileye. In this role, Jack leads a global team working on AV safety technology and the related standards that will be needed to understand what it means for an AV to drive safely.   In his over 20-year career at Intel, Jack has built a reputation as a change agent in new industries with significant technical contributions to a wide range of industry-first products and standards in industries that are embracing complex high performance heterogeneous computing for the first time. With an End to End Systems perspective, Jack combines a unique blend of embedded product experience with a knack for elegant System and Software design that will accelerate the adoption of Autonomous Driving.   Jack is the co-author of “UPnP: Design By Example”, and is the holder of over 40 issued patents with dozens pending. Jack is an Adjunct Professor at Portland State University where he was recently inducted into the Portland State Maseeh College Academy of Distinguished Alumni in recognition of Jack’s achievements, leadership and service to the Engineering and Computer Science Profession, as well as to Society. Outside of work he is a classical pianist and never turns down an opportunity to take the karaoke stage.