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Applied Innovation Podcast
19 minutes | Jan 28, 2020
Hybrid Intelligence for the Data-driven Enterprise
The data-driven enterprise is regarded as one of the most disruptive trends of the next 10 years. The phenomenon is fueled by new technological developments in the field of machine learning and AI which equip companies with new capabilities to automate and augment their decision-making processes. In this episode, Gunnar Menzel and Nikolaus Lipusch talk with Dominik Dellermann, CEO of Vencortex, a start-up which provides a novel enterprise solution that helps to leverage the untapped potential of a company’s heterogenous data sources.
27 minutes | Jan 9, 2020
Closing the loop on the circular fashion economy
Peter Maloof, from the Applied Innovation Exchange in New York talks to Natasha Franck, CEO of EON Group about closing the loop on the circular fashion economy.
24 minutes | Nov 13, 2019
Emotional Intelligence in the Age of AI
The ability to recognize, understand, and regulate emotions and feelings– commonly known as emotional intelligence – is a full-spectrum wave that helps us humans engage with others, and communicate non-verbally. This is also one aspect that AI and machines find difficult to emulate. In the age of the smart machine, an employee’s relevance will depend on various dimensions of emotional intelligence. Lanny Cohen, Capgemini Chief Innovation Officer and Ron Tolido, CTO, Capgemini Insights & Data discuss the significance of Emotional Intelligence in the era of the smart machines.
22 minutes | Sep 30, 2019
AI Trends in Retail Operations
Global annual spending on artificial intelligence by retailers will top $7.3 billion by 2022. Paradoxically, recent research by Capgemini found that only 1% of AI initiatives reach full-scale deployment. In this episode, Nisheeth Srivastava, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for Capgemini India discusses how emerging trends in AI are reshaping the retail value chain. Speakers for this podcast include: Ganesh Subramanian, Founder and CEO of Stylumia; Partha Kes, subject expert from Capgemini's RetailHub.
58 minutes | Sep 11, 2019
Trends in Mobility
"Younger people these days do not have the same nostalgia for cars, as the older generation for whom the car keys symbolized freedom." Sean Behr, the CEO of Stratim speaks to Joe Boggio, Lead - Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange San Francisco, on the new trends in mobility, changing buyer patterns, and the need to create space for new proficiencies.
28 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
Making the move to clean, affordable energy
Warnings of climate change are multiplying every day. With a growing population comes ever growing demand for food, water, energy and other natural resources. Many governments and organizations have shown their willingness to transition to renewable sources of energy. On 29 May 2019, a $111-million clean energy innovation fund was launched with the goal of getting capital intensive startups off the ground. This is just one instance that reflects an ongoing shift towards renewable power as the driver of global energy transformation. And that’s our topic of discussion for today: Energy Transition, and making the move to Clean, Affordable Energy. Speakers: Frank Wammes, Jan Grimbrandt - Founder and CEO of Boson Energy, Philippe Vie -Global Head of Energy, Utility and Chemicals at Capgemini
32 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
The future of urban mobility
In this episode, Peter Maloof and Samantha Burden from the Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange in New York discuss the challenges of urban mobility, and how one startup is trying to solve some of them. With Manuel Saez, CEO and Co-Founder of Brooklyness (twitter.com/brooklyness), a micro-mobility startup based in Brooklyn, New York City.
31 minutes | Jun 24, 2019
Digital Supply Chain: Unlocking value hidden in complexity - Part 2
For large corporations, supply chains define the word ‘complex’. Huge functional teams, immense spans of control, ever-increasing volumes of data, not to mention a massive reliance on partners, macroeconomic conditions, and ever-evolving consumer expectations. Despite this complexity, modern supply chains are incredibly adept at delivering results and providing a critical link between corporate strategy and the end consumer. We continue the conversation with Kevin Syslo, and Joe Boggio from Capgemini's Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, and Frederic Laluyaux, CEO of Aera Technologies on how this complexity can actually be a business advantage in part 2.
18 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
[Capgemini Research] 5G in Industrial Operations
5G is one of the most hyped technologies of the last 12 months, with the promise of faster connectivity, greater reliability and security, lower latency and network slicing but many are questioning if it will live up to expectations and truly disrupt the telecoms ecosystem. New research from Capgemini reveals that manufacturers across the globe are ready to embrace 5G, but telco players are not quite so ready. Today, we’ll examine the current state of play – and will discuss what’s needed in order for it to reach its full potential. Panelists for this podcast: Sally Eaves, CTO, Author, Speaker Günther May, Head of Technology and Innovation, Bosch Rexroth Pierre Fortier,Principal Consultant, Capgemini Invent Frank Wammes, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Capgemini Europe
26 minutes | May 27, 2019
Digital Supply Chain: Unlocking value hidden in complexity - Part 1
For large corporations, supply chains define the word ‘complex’. Huge functional teams, immense spans of control, ever-increasing volumes of data, not to mention a massive reliance on partners, macroeconomic conditions, and ever-evolving consumer expectations. Despite this complexity, modern supply chains are incredibly adept at delivering results and providing a critical link between corporate strategy and the end consumer. Kevin Syslo, and Joe Boggio from Capgemini's Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco, and Frederic Laluyaux, CEO of Aera Technologies discuss how this complexity can actually be a business advantage in part 1.
24 minutes | May 13, 2019
Special Edition: Elevating customer experience through AI
Can artificial intelligence transform the way we shop for clothes? In our new episode, the team from Capgemini's Applied Innovation Exchange in New York sits down with Michelle Bacharach, Founder and CEO of Findmine to talk about Findmine, and finding the perfect fit for AI in fasshion retail. With Peter Maloof, Samantha Burden, and Michelle Bacharach.
26 minutes | Apr 26, 2019
Special Edition: The Power of Data and Social Media in the Fashion Industry
This special edition from our New York Applied Innovation Exchange features Karen Moon, CEO and Co-Founder of Trendalytics, a product intelligence platform that allows retailers to understand and predict trends by aggregating billions of consumer demand signals. We were first introduced to Trendalytics during a Retail Pitch event hosted at the AIE and continued to collaborate during the National Retail Federation Big Show event in Jan 2019 and now for more specific client engagements. In the conversation with Karen, Peter Maloof, Director of the New York AIE, dives into Trendalytics, the power of data, and how social media platforms are altering marketing, advertising and merchandising in retail.
33 minutes | Apr 12, 2019
Innovation in Insurance
How is the commercial insurance industry reacting to the seismic shifts caused by advances in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data? More on this, and some use-cases of artificial intelligence in the insurance industry. Speakers: Ron Glozman, Founder and CEO, Chisel.AI Gunjan Aggarwal, AI and Analytics Director, Capgemini North America Frank Wammes, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Capgemini Europe
24 minutes | Mar 26, 2019
[Capgemini Research] Accelerating automotive’s AI transformation
In our third episode, we are focusing on the automotive sector and the role artificial intelligence is playing in accelerating the automotive industry’s transformation: from product design and testing, to production lines and fleet management, to attracting new customers who have more choice than ever before, or customers who aren’t interested in buying a vehicle, but are scanning the market for an alternative mobility solution. Participating in this discussion we have Bernard Marr, best-selling author, keynote speaker and futurist; Demetrio Aiello, who leads the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Labs at Continental, and Ingo Finck, Capgemini Invent Vice President of Insights Driven Enterprise. You can download the report here: https://www.capgemini.com/research/accelerating-automotives-ai-transformation/
31 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
Blockchain: Beyond Bitcoin
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word 'blockchain'? In this episode, Frank Wammes, Chief Innovation and Technology Officer, Europe discusses some use-cases of blockchain and how it can be used to deliver value for organizations. Featured speakers: John-Paul Thorbjornsen, Co-Founder and CEO, CanYa Duncan Cameron, blockchain expert from AIE Melbourne
28 minutes | Nov 30, 2018
Applied innovation as a discipline
What does 'applied innovation' really mean? What are the challenges businesses face, and how can they overcome these? In the introductory episode of the Applied Innovation podcast, Frank Wammes (www.twitter.com/fwammes), Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Capgemini Europe discusses these and other questions with Lanny Cohen (www.twitter.com/lannyscohen), Chief Innovation Officer, Capgemini. To learn more, visit www.capgemini.com/innovation.
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