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Hernani Costa Podcast
64 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Nick Reineman | I'm a subsidy advisor, I host nice events and I coach people
Today we have Nick Reineman in the podcast. Nick is currently working as a Partner at WBSO Software Specialist where he helps entrepreneurs to accelerate their companies' growth by helping them accessing subsidies and funding initiatives, like WBSO, MIT and SIDN fonds. Nick is also the creator of Start Boot, an initiative that aims at connecting founders, startup CEOs and entrepreneurs to share ideas, visions, problems and consequently learn from each other. Apart from that, Nick is the father of two amazing kids, and in this episode, he reveals how he met his fiancée at a festival and how important is for him to have a good work-life balance. If you would like to get more information about Nick please reach out via LinkedIn or visit Startup Boot and WBSO Software Specialist.
47 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Joël Meyer | I'm bridging the gap between students, lecturers and companies
Here's my talk with Joël Meyer, Artificial Intelligence Specialist, Entrepreneur and Founder of Ajar A.I. Consulting. During our conversation, we talked about his professional path, his studies and his passion for AI and how he become the AI specialist for the Master Challenge platform. Finally, Joël shared the importance of Systema (Russian martial art) and mediation has in his life.
6 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
Hernani Costa | The social revolution phenomenon
In this episode I talk about an interesting perspective on the social revolution phenomenon.
46 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira | I'm developing Portuguese NLP tools and resources since 2006
Here's my talk with a long time friend and mentor Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira. Currently, Hugo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Informatics Engineering, at the University of Coimbra, in Portugal. Our conversation covers his professional journey from his master's studies until today, where he teaches, supervises students, looks for funding and works on the development of cutting-edge Natural Language Processing (NLP) tools and resources for Portuguese. If you want to know more about Hugo and the tools we discussed during this episode, please visit his home page, Twitter, Co-PoeTryMe, PoeTryMe, Poeta Artificial and TeCO.
40 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Anna Zaretskaya | I don't think we're really limited to one kind of personality our whole life
Here's my conversation with a long time friend Anna Zaretskaya. She currently works for TansPerfect as Director of Machine Translation Strategy and Implementation where she creates machine translation solutions for businesses. During our conversation, we went back in time and talked about how she fell in love with Linguistics during her high-school education and her pursuit of academic knowledge in the field of Linguistics. On a professional level, we talked about the different types of translations (aka service levels), current limitations, the future of languages and possible future developments in Automated Translations. We also talked about how our personalities change, adapt and evolve as we set up goals for ourselves and how people from different settings have more in common than we have foreseen. Finally, she shared her desire to own and possibly retire in a winery in Spain. If you want to know more about Anna, please visit her LinkedIn profile.
56 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
George Azzopardi | I have been doing what I'm passionate about for more than 15 years
In this episode, you can listen to the conversation I had with George Azzopardi, a well-known researcher in the field of Image Processing, Computer Vision and Machine Learning. He has been working in the field for more than 10 years and has published more than 80 articles and has more than 1600 citations. Our conversation covers his professional journey from his under-graduated studies until nowadays, where he supervises several PhD students, which work on cutting-edge applied research, such as assisted-technologies, Computer Vision, AI, etc. Moreover, we also talked about his passion for science, the people that inspired him throughout his life journey and his plans for the future. If you want to know more about George, please visit his LinkedIn and his university page or follow @azzopardi_g on Twitter.
47 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Madan Raj Rajagopal | Achievements and struggles of an entrepreneur
In today's episode, I interviewed a long-time colleague Madan Raj Rajagopal. Madan is the Founder and CEO of Ludimos, the world’s first AI powered video analysis platform for cricketers. If you like to hear about inspirational stories, this episode is for you! Madan, shares with us his consultant’s and entrepreneurial's journey, his achievements, struggles and sacrifices. He also shared several tips for young consultants and founders, such as the importance of partnering with a good accountant, the importance of involving customers in an early stage of the MVP and the concept of Lean development. Apart from that, we talked about how Ludimos started, how COVID affected the initial plans and the company’s plans for the future. If you want to know more about Madan, have a look at his LinkedIn profile and at Ludimos’ website.
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