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53 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Episode 11 - Virtual Burning Man - Athena Demos
What happens when the 70,000 person Burning Man festival has to adapt to the realities of 2020? In this Episode, we are joined by Athena Demos, one of the creators of BRCvr to find out how the Burning Man multiverse became one of the largest virtual reality events in history, and what it all means for accessability, inclusivity, and cloud communications. To learn more, visit, and support BRCvr, join them at BRCvr.org
53 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Episode 10 - Cloud Robotics - Ian Bernstein
Ian Bernstein may not be a household name, yet, but ask anyone about Sphero, the robot ball he invented and you'll instantly get nods of recognition. Most recently, Ian founded Misty Robotics to deliver a true robotics platform that can be used by individuals and businesses to explore the possibilities of robotics. We discuss how Misty has been used by organizations tracking temperatures for COVID, air quality during the historic 2020 fire season, and even its use as a magician's assistant.
55 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
Episode 9 - The Dawn of Online Communities - Bruce Wyman
Long before Facebook, Twitter, or even the World Wide Web, groups of computer enthusiasts would congreate on computer bulletin board systems, BBSs, to share stories, make jokes, and build friendships. Bruce Wyman was the sysop of two legendary California BBSs; SoftWorks and The Grotto, and he joins us for this episode of the Clearly Cloud Podcast to contrast those early days with what we are seeing in online communities today.
46 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Episode 8 - Legislating Artificial Intelligence - Ed Britan
As Artificial Intelligence advances, it is imperative that regulations are put in place to assure people that they and their data are safe and secure, and to increase certainty to businesses that the risk of using the technology is limited. This week we are joined by Ed Britan, Microsoft's Senior Director and Policy Counsel for AI and Privacy who unravels the complexity we face in applying existing legislation around data privacy and the creation of new rules to AI.
55 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Episode 7 - Artificial Intelligence in Law Enforcement - Chris Piehota
In our most mindblowing episode yet, we rip open the black box and try to figure out the algorythm behind the global impacts of Artificial Intelligence. Chris Piehota, the former Executive Assistant Director For Science And Technology at the FBI, joins us to fulfil the promise of our theme song, and discuss Articifial Intelligence. In his role, Chris oversaw programs including the National Criminal Information Database, which informed National Law Enforcement, US Intelligence, the DOD, and many other gornernment functions. During our talk, he discusses the ethical and civil impacts of AI in the courtroom, the criminalization of AI in cyber attacks, and the weapoization of AI by nationstates.
68 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Episode 6 - A Personal Path to Security - Vishal Amin
Vishal Amin joins us for Episode 6 and tells us how he went from USMC Fighter Pilot to Cybersecurity Executive by way of an errant email and a cybersecurity event that landed him on an ISIS kill list.
63 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Episode 5 - Why Vinyl Matters - Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike
What does vinyl have to do with the cloud? Find out in this episode, as we are joined by Dr. Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, aka DJ Otterpop, author of the book Why Vinyl Matters. We discuss her career at Interscope during the rise of MP3s, the ephemeral disposable culture accelerated by streaming services and how the shift to virtual events in response to COVID 19 will change live music and in person events in the future. Get her book, "Why Vinyl Matters" on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Ge3Kge
0 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Episode 4 - Who are These Madmen
In this episode to makr one month of the PodCast, Conrad and Sean interview Conrad and Sean to explain why we are doing this, and to let you know a little bit about your hosts. We also go deep into the huge advances of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, the ongoing battle between Epic Games and Apple and have a bit of fun at the expense of Temi the offcie assistant robot who got hacked by McAffe last week.
46 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
Episode 3 - Futurism in the Construction Industry - James Benham
Episode 3 was full of surprises as we invited James Benham, founder of JB Knowledge and the Contech Crew Podcast to talk about how cloud computing has effected the contruction industry. The result was a discussion that spanned decades and disciplines, as we discussed everything from piloting foster dogs across the country to the greatest impacts of the last decade and the potential changes ahead of us. Check out James' projects at the sites below. https://jbknowledge.com/thecontechcrewhttps://jamesbenham.com/https://jbknowledge.com/ See what Conrad and Sean are up to at:https://www.agileit.com/
61 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
Episode 2 - Inside the Death of Privacy Shield - Carey Lening
In this episode, we are joined by Carey lening of Knowligence, a Ireland based privacy and security expert who's experience spans boths sides of the Atlantic, and who has worked for Facebook and Palantir. We go into a very deep dive on the history of Privacy Shield, Safe Harbor, GDPR, and what the recent death of Privacy Shield meand for a cloud without borders. Learn more about Carey and her privicy work at: knowligence.info Learn More about Conrad and Sean at AgileIT.com
46 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
Episode 1 - Passing the CLOUD Act - David Pryor
In this innagural episode, we interview David Pryor, Director of External Communications at Microsoft who discusses what it took to get the CLOUD act passed, the challenges of meeting global regulations, and the impact of legislation on technology. David also discusses his group Voice for Innovation and how we can get involved on the local, state, and federal level.
1 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
Episode Zero - Teaser
Just a short teaster to introduce the Clearly Cloud Podcast, officially launching on August 3rd
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