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More Intelligent Tomorrow: a DataRobot Podcast
53 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Shiny AI Toys on Real-World Problems - Cindi Howson
We sit down with Cindi Howson, Chief Data Strategy Officer at ThoughtSpot and Host of The Data Chief Podcast, to explore why AI projects fail and the potential risk of amplifying bias as we look to a future of hyperscaling AI applications.
59 minutes | Aug 25, 2021
Tracking Space Hammers with AI - Kayhan Space
With over 3,000 satellites orbiting and 10,000+ more on the horizon, the issue of space junk has become increasingly important. Humans could face a future where we become trapped by our own space junk debri. Thankfully, Araz and Siamak are working to track and avoid these flying hammers.
71 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
What Will Influence the Influencers? - Ricky Ray Butler
Nobody knows more about influencer marketing than Ricky Ray Butler, the CEO of Branded Entertainment Networking. In this conversation, we explore the reality of ad exhaustion and discuss AI’s role in helping to navigate the influencer marketing space.
35 minutes | Aug 18, 2021
Applying the Lessons of the Pandemic to Public Health - Michael Mina, MD, PhD
In this episode of More Intelligent Tomorrow podcast, Michael Mina, MD, PhD, and guest host, Sally Embrey, discuss the applications of the lessons of the pandemic to public health. How do we build the infrastructure to scale up rapid testing for future pandemics? What the world needs to mitigate the spread of a virus is not expensive medical diagnostic testing; it’s public health testing, and there are multiple types of public health testing
87 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Luminary of Modern Human Genetics - Dr. Lee Hood
Dr. Lee Hood shares his vision on how human and artificial intelligence collaborate to unravel the human genome and impact the future of wellness and disease through the power of AI.
81 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
The Space Generation - Alyssa Carson
In this episode, we meet with Alyssa Carson, the @NasaBlueberry, whose goal is to become the youngest astronaut. Her background in astrobiology and her obsession about space is infectious. Space travel isn’t just necessary to prevent our existential risk, it can help heal international conflict.
88 minutes | Aug 7, 2021
When AI Gets Under Your Skin - Ben Hwang
Ben Hwang discusses how injectable biosensors will flip the healthcare equation on its head and his journey from Dodger bat boy to CEO.
57 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Building Your Own AI Army - Ashley Russell
Ashley Russell, Strategic Performance Management Coordinator at the U.S. Army, talks about her personal experiences of continuous upskilling and scaling teams and the future of AI.
86 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
Cracking Our Genetic Code with AI - Broad Institute
The Broad Institute is leading the way with The Human Genome Project by acquiring and doing analysis on some of the largest datasets of full gene sequences. Can we cure single mutation diseases? We discuss AI, ML, Data Security, Cloud Compute, Biobanks, Genomics, Designer Babies, and more.
65 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
None of us are free until all of us are free from bias - Stephanie Lampkin
Stephanie Lampkin, Founder & CEO of Blendoor, talks about human biases, how we can mitigate them with technology, as well as her experience being a business leader.
80 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
Our Augmented Future - Steve Nouri
In this episode, we discuss augmented reality and the AI that is needed to support it, as well as Steve’s journey as an AI influencer on LinkedIn.
55 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Escaping the Box to Invent the Future - Mike Wimmer
Mike Wimmer is a 12-year-old prodigy with a fascination for Robotics. Mike has taught himself programming and deep learning and regularly blows away the professionals he collaborates with.
46 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Obsessed with Data - Kate Strachnyi - DATAcated
Kate Strachnyi discusses dos and don’ts of data visualization and her path to becoming a 2x LinkedIn Top Voice recipient for data science and analytics. She also discusses concerns around fame, social media, and how they will impact the next generation.
38 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Seeing Value with AI in Eyecare - Robby Dally - Alcon Vision
How can human and artificial intelligence collaborate in eyecare? Robby Dally shares his experiences on trusting AI to dramatically cut repetitive problem-solving time and radically reduce labor costs.
77 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
AI, Antigens & Action: No More Lost Years - Sally Embrey - ContagionNET
In this episode, Sally Embrey discusses a powerful new tool that could put Covid on it’s heels and end the pandemic. The idea of rapid at-home antigen kits at scale could be a game-changer for our current pandemic and future ones. Sally also discusses the importance of data and how with more granular knowledge we can have more informed decisions. Widespread data capture doesn’t have to mean sacrificing our privacy, even with anonymization we can still end the pandemic faster together.
38 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
The Weight of 10,000 Payrolls - Brock Blake - Lendio
Many CEOs can relate to the pressure and weight of payroll. Brock Blake, the CEO of Lendio, discusses the pressure that comes from fulfilling business loans to thousands of small businesses. In this episode, we talk about the economic impact of COVID-19 and the future of lending.
57 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
Improving Quality of Life With AI - Dr. Ashwani Dev - Halliburton
From a field trip to the Himalayas to now being the Chief Digital and Data Science Officer at Halliburton, Ashwani has had a fascinating career. On this episode, we discuss that journey, in addition to his views on much-needed innovation with healthcare, and disease diagnosis.
4 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
More Intelligent Tomorrow Trailer
44 minutes | Jan 30, 2021
Saving the World From Unethical AI - Fiona McEvoy
Fiona is an AI lifeguard, staying up to date on the latest changes in the AI community and how that might impact our society for the worse. In this episode, she discusses the ethics around AI consciousness, surveillance, and AI's role in preventing crime. She brings a strong perspective where the laws we want around these systems need to be in place for future governments, not just our current administration. As long as Fiona is writing, we have a chance to save us from ourselves.
36 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
Math is Everywhere - Dr. Hannah Fry
Dr. Hannah Fry is a brilliant advocate for math as she discusses the mathematics around us. Ranging from the mathematics of love, to pandemics, to a future of skill-sharing through modeling. Hanna's passion for mathematics is contagious as she celebrates the math fabric around us.
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