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Zinnov Podcast - Hyper Intelligent Automation Series Hyper Intelligent Automation – a technology born from the confluence of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA). What does it encompass? Who are the key players of the automation world? And what does the future of automation look like? Tune in to the Zinnov Podcast Hyper Intelligent Automation series to know how HIA has evolved from a conventional automation tool to a strategic enterprise game changer.
Conversations on Applied AI Welcome to the Conversations on Applied AI Podcast where Justin Grammens and the team at Emerging Technologies North talk with experts in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning. In each episode, we cut through the hype and dive into how these technologies are being applied to real-world problems today. We hope that you find this episode educational and applicable to your industry and connect with us to learn more about our organization at AppliedAI.MN. Enjoy!
AI For You Welcome to AI For You, a podcast hosted by A.I. For Anyone, a non-profit dedicated to helping anyone learn about artificial intelligence. How can we play a part in shaping our future with AI? AI For You will dive into its impact in our communities, where AI stands today, and most importantly, we’ll equip you with the tools and understanding to think about your relationship with AI. Listen to conversations with experts, news updates, and more as we get to know AI as a friend that’s here to stay. Subscribe and connect with the A.I. For Anyone community at aiforanyone.org/
AI in Education Podcast Lee Hickin and Dan Bowen, who both work in the Microsoft Australia Education team, talk about Artificial Intelligence in Education - what it is, how it works, and the different ways it is being used. It's not too serious, or too technical, and is intended to be a good conversation of background information.
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Psychology Of: Money If you're looking to learn more about money but don't know where to start, this is just the place for you. Take an in-depth look at the psychology of money to discover the behavioral aspects of money, how the stress of money can affect your health, turning your passions into profit, and more. Vurbl World of Finance: Earnings, Education, Opinion
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Deep Dive: Elon Musk Enjoy interviews, reports, and biographical retellings of the story of Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX. As an entrepreneur and business magnate, Musk has quite a lot to say about the future of technology. Learn about the story of Elon Musk and then listen to interviews about his business aspirations and where he thinks humanity should be heading. Vurbl Business & Technology Audio: Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Industry Trends & More
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#200 The Constant Evolution And Future Opportunity Of Data – with Gina Papush, former Global Chief Data & Analytics Officer at Cigna For our milestone 200th Data Futurology podcast, we have the immense fortune of being able to host Gina Papush, the Global Chief Data & Analytics Officer of wellness and insurance company, Cigna.
Papush has a long history in data science, having been involved in modelling and coding from before the time where “data scientist” was a defined role. In the years since, she has observed that enterprises have become siloed across computer science, data science, and other roles, and that the next stage of data science evolution now is to now break those silos down and find ways to bring cohesion across the organisation.
She has also seen the role of the CDO and their remit evolve, from one that focused on governance and controls, to being a value creator within the organisation. Being an effective agent for change has been important to that evolution, she says on the podcast, and data executives need to look to the “blind spots” that they might have. Many have the technical skills to excel in analytics, but building skills in influence and thought leadership, and being a partner to the other stakeholders of the organisation, is the next critical step for the CDO.
Finally, Papush also shares her insights on how value is extracted from data. A “one size fits all” approach cannot work, she says, and organisations need to build their strategies based on the maturity of their own data practice, rather than the hype in the market.
Once the maturity is there, she says, data scientists can start looking at real life-changing innovations. “It’s (data) a huge part of how we move healthcare to be more preventive and more interactive,” she said. “Health is currently very event-driven. But analytics and AI could make it much more seamless and unlock real-time care.”
Tune in to the full podcast for more of Papush’s thoughts on the history and future of data science.
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#309 – John Carmack: Doom, Quake, VR, AGI, Programming, Video Games, and Rockets John Carmack is a legendary programmer, co-founder of id Software, and lead programmer of many revolutionary video games including Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, and the Commander Keen series. He is also the founder of Armadillo Aerospace, and for many years the CTO of Oculus VR. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(09:49) – Programming languages
(40:53) – Modern programming
(50:55) – Day in the life
(58:45) – Hard work
(1:01:58) – Pizza and Diet Coke
(1:04:43) – Setup
(1:30:01) – id Software
(2:02:50) – Commander Keen
(2:09:36) – Hacker ethic
(2:17:16) – Wolfenstein 3D
(2:37:14) – Doom
(2:51:34) – Quake
(3:15:55) – John Romero
(3:23:42) – Metaverse
(3:52:04) – Elon Musk
(3:57:59) – Mars
(4:07:01) – Nuclear energy
(4:10:39) – AGI
(4:57:51) – Andrej Karpathy
(5:00:50) – Martial arts
(5:09:49) – Advice for young people
(5:18:49) – Meaning of life
#308 – Ryan Graves: UFOs, Fighter Jets, and Aliens Lt. Ryan Graves is a former Navy fighter pilot, who has worked on advanced research and development programs for DARPA, Office of Naval Research, and Air Force Research Labs on topics of multi-agent collaborative autonomy, AI-assisted air-to-air combat, and manned-unmanned teaming technologies. Ryan and people in his squadron detected and engaged with UFOs on multiple occasions, and he has been one of the few people willing to speak publicly about these experiences. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(06:28) – Top Gun analysis
(19:33) – Fighter jets
(1:07:00) – UFO sightings
(1:33:28) – Congressional hearing
(1:41:29) – Tic Tac UFO & Gimbal UFO
(1:55:55) – Alien life
(2:09:17) – Autonomous weapon systems
(2:26:24) – Advice for young people
(2:34:40) – Meaning of life
Trusting Robots Day to Day (Projects episode) This 'Projects Episode' discusses a few TAShub projects grouped around the theme 'trusting robots day-to-day'Project: Trustworthy human-robot teams Dr Marise Galvez Trigo – Assistant ProfessorProject:  OPEN-TAS Professor Tony Prescott, Lead Contact Project: Trustworthy human-swarm partnerships in extreme environments Dr Mohammad Divband Soorati – Project Lead, Assistant Professor, University of Southampton Industry Partner:  Daniel Camilleri – Cyberselves ltd OPEN-TASPodcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
Can AI Be Ethical? Projects episode This 'Projects Episode' discusses a few TAShub projects grouped around the theme 'Ethics'Project: Consent Verification in Autonomous Systems   Inah Omoronyia - Project Lead, Senior Lecturer in Privacy, University of Bristol Project: Trust me (I'm an Autonomous Machine?)  Joseph Lindley -  Project Lead, Research Fellow, University of Lancaster Project: ARGOS  Enrico Gerding, Project Lead, Associate Professor, Director of the Centre for Machine Intelligence (CMI), University of Southampton  Industry Partner: Ian Forrester, Senior Firestarter, BBC Podcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
#307 – Brian Armstrong: Coinbase, Cryptocurrency, and Government Regulation Brian Armstrong is the CEO of Coinbase. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(08:19) – Programming
(14:17) – Coinbase
(45:05) – Startup advice
(1:02:56) – Economic freedom
(1:12:06) – Coinbase technology
(1:23:33) – Listing on Coinbase
(1:32:47) – Regulations
(1:47:25) – Crypto dominance
(1:51:42) – Employee activism
(2:08:00) – Leadership
(2:10:39) – ResearchHub
(2:20:17) – NewLimit
(2:24:44) – Advice for young people
(2:28:55) – Meaning of life
Trusting AI With Defence - It's Not About Killer Robots This episode is all about AI & Defence. We've spoken to Ministry of Defence's scientist Steven MeersPanel Guests:Professor Jack Stilgoe - Professor of Science and Technology Policy, UCL  Nik Bhutani  - Science and Technology Lead - Northrop Grumman UK and EuropeHector Figueiredo - Head of Technology, UAS Business, QinetiQProfessor Meers is speaking in a personal capacity. His views do not necessarily represent the views of the Ministry of Defence. Podcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
AI Today Podcast: Adopting AI Best Practices – Interview with Krystene Jennings, Centene Companies of all sizes in just about every single industry are looking to see how Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and cognitive technology projects can provide a competitive edge, provide efficiencies, and improve ROI in today’s competitive landscape. As a result, this creates tremendous opportunity for people looking to manage these types of projects and there is a significant and growing demand for skilled AI project managers across the whole range of AI capabilities. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer interview Krystene Jennings who is Project Lead Business Systems Analyst at Centene, and she is also CPMAI certified. She discusses how the CPMAI methodology is helping her better communicate with various teams and more successfully run AI and data projects. She also shares how CPMAI certification is helping grow key skills for herself and is directly impacting her ability to better manage AI projects.



If you’re interested in learning more about the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology and engaging with us directly, you can sign up for our next CPMAI Webinar. During this webinar we will provide an overview of the methodology and CPMAI Certification. We will also discuss why managing AI projects needs a data-centric approach and how an AI project management certification can enhance your career and have a direct and immediate impact for both you and the projects you help manage.



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CPMAI MethodologyWhat is the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology?CPMAI Webinar
#199 Leaders Exchange: Productionalising ML across the Enterprise: What it Takes to Get this Right! For the most innovative and forward-thinking organisations, the next frontier forward for data is focused on machine learning, and specifically the role that MLOps plays in driving outcomes.
Questions that data leaders need to be asking themselves now include: What steps do organisations need to take to deliver ML maturity, how can they take the leap from experimentation to production, and how ML teams be effectively organised and motivated around this goal?
To dive deeply into this critical discussion, Data Futurology recently brought together a panel of some of the leaders in ML strategy and execution. Each of these companies have been successful in productionalising ML across their enterprises, and discuss their strategies and successes in an open and free-flowing discussion:

Agustinus Nalwan, Head of AI and Machine Learning, carsales.com.au
Farhan Baluch, Principal Data Scientist, Apple (USA)
Kendra Vant, Executive GM Data, ML & AI, Xero
Ram Radhakrishnan, General Manager Customer Analytics, AI & Data Science at Woolworths Group

These four experts also highlight just how important it is to motivate teams around an ongoing process of learning and discuss how to deliver a dynamic understanding of the changing role of data across the organisation. Whether the data team is inwardly-looking, or focused on customer outcomes, emerging concepts such as “software 2.0” – as mentioned in the webinar – will continue to throw curveballs that MLOps teams will need to have the agility to adapt to and capitalise on.
Ahead of the Scaling AI with MLOps event to be held in Melbourne on October 25, this webinar is a unique opportunity to gain insight from those at the very bleeding edge of data innovation.
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#306 – Oriol Vinyals: Deep Learning and Artificial General Intelligence Oriol Vinyals is the Research Director and Deep Learning Lead at DeepMind. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(05:18) – AI
(20:14) – Weights
(26:33) – Gato
(1:01:22) – Meta learning
(1:15:21) – Neural networks
(1:37:46) – Emergence
(1:44:30) – AI sentience
(2:08:27) – AGI
110 - Special: AI Interpreted via Monty Python This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

Nobody expects... an AI podcast to veer into comedy parody. Possibly with good reason. In a show almost completely free of spam and Queen Victoria, we interpret some of today's news and themes about AI through the lens of Monty Python sketches.
If you don't know what Monty Python is, this will confuse you more than a cat and make your brain hurt. If you've seen some of today's news about AI and know the airspeed of an unladen swallow, you're in the right place.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
#305 – Martin Rees: Black Holes, Alien Life, Dark Matter, and the Big Bang Lord Martin Rees is a cosmologist and astrophysicist at Cambridge University and co-founder of the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(06:39) – Understanding the universe
(15:09) – Human limitations and AI
(24:05) – Dark matter
(31:25) – Vast universe
(39:07) – Alien life
(52:59) – Space exploration
(1:17:22) – Future technology
(1:28:44) – Newton and Einstein
(1:32:46) – Black holes
(1:46:27) – Cosmological threats
(2:13:31) – Advice for young people
(2:16:02) – Mortality
Can AI Be Ethical? This 'Projects Episode' discusses a few TAShub projects grouped around the theme 'Ethics'Project: Consent Verification in Autonomous Systems   Inah Omoronyia - Project Lead, Senior Lecturer in Privacy, University of Bristol Project: Trust me (I'm an Autonomous Machine?)  Joseph Lindley -  Project Lead, Research Fellow, University of Lancaster Project: ARGOS  Enrico Gerding, Project Lead, Associate Professor, Director of the Centre for Machine Intelligence (CMI), University of Southampton  Industry Partner: Ian Forrester, Senior Firestarter, BBC Podcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
#198 Building Sophistication Into ML Ops Starts With The Strategic Vision, with Mia O’Dell, the GM of Data Science at Sportsbet Online wagering is one of the most sophisticated and complex fields for data and analytics. This week on the Data Futurology podcast, Mia O’Dell, the GM of Data Science at Sportsbet, kicks thing off by explaining how the company brings together three separate data teams, across three lines of business, to achieve meaningful and collaborative data outcomes.
Sportsbet is also growing its data practice and looking to nearly double its team sizes by the end of the year. O’Dell – who was also responsible for scaling the data practice in a previous organisation – also shares some insights about how to approach data scaling. There’s no “one size fits all” approach, she says. Success depends on being able to work with the teams to come up with a strong and compelling vision.
Finally, O’Dell also shares her concept of “machine learning offense” and “machine learning defence” as a way to help articulate the value of ML Ops at a time where non-data executives within enterprises are still struggling to understand the breakdown and operation of ML Ops teams.
It’s also important to understand where and when ML Ops becomes important to a business, O’Dell adds, saying that a lot of organisations make the mistake of going all-out when they’re just at the start of the journey, where the value of ML Ops will be marginal and difficult to articulate.
“If your first machine learning model is something that’s extremely critical to the success of the business, of course you want to over invest in its reliance,” she says. “But for something that isn’t necessarily core to the business, ML Ops can result in putting far too much effort on the defensive side, and not enough yet on the offensive side.”
Tune in for in-depth insights into this, and more, with Mia O’Dell.
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#304 – Bishop Robert Barron: Christianity and the Catholic Church Robert Barron is a bishop and founder of Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(25:18) – Sin
(42:48) – The Trinity
(44:32) – Catholicism
(54:29) – Sexual abuse scandal
(1:01:16) – Evil
(1:12:59) – Atheism
(1:24:21) – Jordan Peterson
(1:26:56) – Jesus
(1:29:42) – The Bible
(1:32:17) – America
(1:35:08) – Nietzsche
(1:39:12) – Word on Fire
(1:42:31) – Gay marriage
(1:44:48) – Abortion
(1:51:38) – Advice for young people
(1:54:12) – Mortality
(1:58:30) – Meaning of life
#OPENBOX - OPEN ISSUES IN APPLYING DEEP REINFORCEMENT LEARNING IN COMMUNICATION NETWORKS - 2/2 OPENBOX aims at bringing an easier understanding of open problems that helps in finding solutions for such problems. For the said purpose, I interview researchers and practitioners who have published works on open problems in various areas of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to collect a simplified understanding of these open problems.
Today, we have with us paul. Paul is a PhD Student at Barcelona Neural Networking Center Technical University of Catalunya working on the use of ML to solve problems in communication networks. We are going to cover a paper titled “Towards Real-Time Routing Optimization with Deep Reinforcement Learning: Open Challenges ” published recently which he co-authored. In this podcast, he is covering aspects of (a) Training time and cost associated with Deep Reinforcement Learning and (b) lack of performance bounds. This is part 2 of the podcast
This project is in collaboration with ForHumanity. ForHumanity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to minimize the downside risks of AI and autonomous systems. ForHumanity develops criteria for an independent audit of AI systems. To know more, visit https://forhumanity.center/.

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109 - Guest: Robert J. Sawyer, Science Fiction Writer, part 2 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

What is consciousness, how might it emerge from or into AI, and how can it be transferred? Fascinating questions tackled by the oeuvre of a fascinating author, Robert J. Sawyer, the "Dean of Canadian Science Fiction," and one of only eight writers ever to win all three of the science-fiction field’s top honors for best novel of the year: the Hugo Award, which he won for his novel Hominids; the Nebula Award, which he won for his novel The Terminal Experiment, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, which he won with his novel Mindscan.
In the second half of our interview, we talk about the simulation hypothesis, consciousness capture and transfer, and what today’s AI technologists should be learning from science fiction. 
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
AI Today Podcast: Applying CPMAI in the Real World – Interview with Karen McCann, Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions It’s one thing for us to talk about the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology and the benefits it can bring to managers running AI and advanced data projects, but hearing directly how individuals are applying the CPMAI Methodology can be incredibly valuable. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer interview Karen McCann who is a Product Manager at Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions and is also CPMAI certified. She discusses how the CPMAI methodology is helping her to better communicate with various teams and more successfully run AI and data projects. She also shares how CPMAI certification is very complimentary to additional certifications she has as well as how it helps grow key skills for career success.



If you’re interested in learning more about the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology and engaging with us directly, you can sign up for our next CPMAI Webinar. During this webinar we will provide an overview of the methodology and CPMAI Certification. We will also discuss why managing AI projects needs a data-centric approach and how an AI project management certification can enhance your career and have a direct and immediate impact for both you and the projects you help manage.



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CPMAI MethodologyWhat is the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology?CPMAI Webinar
#OPENBOX - OPEN ISSUES IN APPLYING DEEP REINFORCEMENT LEARNING IN COMMUNICATION NETWORKS - 1/2 OPENBOX aims at bringing an easier understanding of open problems that helps in finding solutions for such problems. For the said purpose, I interview researchers and practitioners who have published works on open problems in various areas of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to collect a simplified understanding of these open problems.
Today, we have with us paul. Paul is a PhD Student at Barcelona Neural Networking Center Technical University of Catalunya working on the use of ML to solve problems in communication networks. We are going to cover a paper titled “Towards Real-Time Routing Optimization with Deep Reinforcement Learning: Open Challenges ” published recently which he co-authored. In this podcast, he is covering aspects of (a) Generalization in Deep Reinforcement Learning and (b) Defining an appropriate action space. This is part 1 of the podcast
This project is in collaboration with ForHumanity. ForHumanity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to minimize the downside risks of AI and autonomous systems. ForHumanity develops criteria for an independent audit of AI systems. To know more, visit https://forhumanity.center/.




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#303 – Steve Keen: Marxism, Capitalism, and Economics Steve Keen is a heterodox economist and author. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(57:00) – Labor theory of value
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(1:31:48) – Soviet Union
(1:45:08) – China
(2:05:00) – Climate change
(2:27:03) – Economics vs Politics
(2:35:06) – Minsky’s model
(2:49:50) – Financial crisis
(2:55:07) – Inflation
(3:08:21) – Marxism
(3:15:42) – Space and AI
(3:21:47) – Advice for young people
(3:25:38) – Depression
(3:30:10) – Love
(3:34:11) – Mortality
AI Today Podcast: AI Failures Series: Falling into the Uncanny Valley In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer revisit the discussion around common reasons why AI projects fail. Sometimes AI systems can be too creepy and go into the uncanny valley. The uncanny valley is a relationship between the degree of an object's resemblance to a human being and the emotional response to the object. In this episode we go into greater detail on what the uncanny valley is, what happens once organizations cross this line, and provide real world examples of where AI technology has crossed into the uncanny valley.



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CPMAI MethodologyIntro to CPMAI WebinarThe Uncanny Valley (Wikipedia)Henn-na Hotel: A strange hotel staffed by robots (The Robot Report)The Henn na Hotel in Japan is firing most of its robotic workforce and hiring humans instead — highlighting the limits of automation (Business Insider)AI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Believing Vendor & Industry HypeAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Data Quantity & Data Understanding IssuesAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – ROI MisalignmentAI Today podcast: AI Failure Series- AI projects are NOT like traditional software development projectsAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – The Real World MismatchAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Iteration Time & Proof of Concept vs. PilotsAI Today Podcast #48: Pseudo AI – Faking it Till You Make it in AI
#197 The Evolving Role Of Human Expertise In Data-Driven Fields, with Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, the Director of the Curtin Institution For Computation On today’s podcast we have special guest, Melanie Johnston-Hollitt, the Director of the Curtin Institution For Computation, to discuss with us some of the bleeding edge ways that data is being leveraged in the academic space.
For example, a new radio telescope being built in Australia and South Africa will give us new insights into the cosmos. It will also generate 160 terabytes of data per second; an eye-watering amount of data that poses unique challenges about how it’s utilised and managed. As Johnston-Hollitt mentions, where most wisdom says to store all the data collected, in this case, the research teams are better off developing ways to process the data as quickly as possible, and then removing it to make a fresh set of observations.
This understanding of how to best manage and interpret data highlights the ongoing role that data specialists play at a time where automation is taking ever-more amounts of mundane work off the hands of people, Johnston-Hollitt adds. Data automation will achieve three things in workplaces, she says:
1) It will take the drudgery away from roles, allowing professionals to focus on higher-level and more engaging & rewarding work.
2) It will supplement and complement, but not erase, the expertise of humans. Johnston-Hollitt points to how data can be used to support medical diagnosis for less common conditions that a doctor might not see frequently, but ultimately, it’s up to the doctor to make the diagnosis.
3) Data and AI will also result in the creation of new jobs, as people develop more sophisticated algorithms and need people to validate the applications and results.
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#196 There is more to data science than just the data! with Edward Chenard, the Senior Director of Data Science and Analytics at Shipwell “Data engineers are like plumbers,” Edward Chenard, the Senior Director of Data Science and Analytics at Shipwell, said in this latest episode of the Data Futurology Podcast.
By that, Chenard means that data scientists are excellent at analysing what’s coming through the proverbial pipes, but if the “pipes” break for even a couple of hours the costs can be in the millions of dollars, and so you want specialised data engineers operating in the background, maintaining the stack and being the unsung heroes of the data practice.
This is just one insight on building effective data teams that Chenard shares on the podcast. In this in-depth discussion, he also:

Highlights the changing dynamics within teams post COVID-19 and how interactions have changed with working from home.
Discusses the disconnect between leadership and data scientists/engineers, and how many data scientists come to realise that their interests lie outside of leadership.
Talks about finding ways to develop confidence into younger data professionals.
The increasing value of humanities expertise in data.

Finally, Chenard shares his three key personality qualities that allow someone to succeed in data-based roles:
1) Creativity. If you don’t look at the space as a creative endeavour, you’re not going to be happy.
2) Curiosity. If you’re not naturally going out there and looking up stuff, going down different rabbit holes you’re not in the right mindset.
3) Openness. You need to be open to other perspectives – including those you don’t agree with – to be able to see the opportunities that come from data.
Tune in for these insights, and many more, around the dynamic roles and exciting opportunities facing data scientists ahead.
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#302 – Richard Haier: IQ Tests, Human Intelligence, and Group Differences Richard Haier is a psychologist specializing in the science of human intelligence. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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108 - Guest: Robert J. Sawyer, Science Fiction Writer, part 1 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

What if there are zombies among us? In another dive into the nature of consciousness, the "philosophical zombie" is a fascinating topic explored by a fascinating author, Robert J. Sawyer, the "Dean of Canadian Science Fiction," and one of only eight writers ever to win all three of the science-fiction field’s top honors for best novel of the year: the Hugo Award, which he won for his novel Hominids; the Nebula Award, which he won for his novel The Terminal Experiment, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award, which he won with his novel Mindscan.
We talk about zombies because of the question of how to know whether an AI is conscious, and yes, we discuss Blake Lemoine's assertion that Google's LaMDA AI has become sentient. Rob's stories explore how humans and superintelligent AI can both win. Find out more in part 1.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
107 - Guest: Ben Goertzel, AGI researcher, SingularityNET Founder, part 2 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

We've talked a lot about artificial general intelligence (AGI) on the show, but never as much as in this interview, when we talk with Mr. AGI himself, Ben Goertzel. Ben wrote a book, Artificial General Intelligence, founded the AGI Society and SingularityNET, and wrote Ten Years to the Singularity if We Really, Really, Try. He was Chief Scientist of Hanson Robotics and was one of the first people to popularize the term AGI.
In the second half of the interview, we talk about the Google engineer who declared the LAMDA AI to be sentient, how and when to declare an AI sentient or AGI, a "digital baby brain," and the SingularityNET metaverse as a training ground for AGIs. We cover an incredible amount of ground!
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
Trusting Autonomous Ships Featuring Manuel & Pedro from Ocean Infinity, we're discussing the role of autonomous water craft - how can you regulate them? What problems do they solve? How can we trust them to be safe?Featured Interview: Manuel Parente: Software Technology Development at Ocean InfinityPedro Costa: AI Lead at Ocean Infinity Panel Guests: Katrina Kemp - Maritime & Coastguard AgencyJon Downes - Associate Professor in Maritime & Autonomous Systems, University of SouthamptonPodcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
#300 – Joe Rogan: Comedy, Controversy, Aliens, UFOs, Putin, CIA, and Freedom Joe Rogan is a comedian, UFC commentator, and host of the Joe Rogan Experience. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(1:09:28) – Open sourcing AlphaFold & MuJoCo
(1:19:34) – Nuclear fusion
(1:23:38) – Quantum simulation
(1:26:46) – Physics
(1:30:13) – Origin of life
(1:34:52) – Aliens
(1:42:59) – Intelligent life
(1:46:08) – Conscious AI
(1:59:23) – Power
(2:03:53) – Advice for young people
(2:11:59) – Meaning of life
#301 – Jack Barsky: KGB Spy Jack Barsky is a former KGB spy and author of “Deep Undercover: My Secret Life and Tangled Allegiances as a KGB Spy in America”. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(06:52) – KGB
(19:43) – Communism
(38:45) – Childhood
(45:32) – Becoming a KGB agent
(1:24:04) – Training
(1:37:53) – Language
(1:43:45) – Moscow
(1:58:45) – Spying
(2:15:43) – Putin
(2:18:35) – War in Ukraine
(2:30:02) – Putin in the KGB
(2:36:56) – Yuri Bezmenov
(2:47:33) – FSB and CIA
(2:55:24) – Putin and Zelenskyy
(3:04:13) – Quitting the KGB
(3:30:32) – Love and regrets
(3:38:44) – Mortality
#OPENBOX - OPEN ISSUES IN OFFLINE REINFORCEMENT LEARNING - 1/2 OPENBOX aims at bringing an easier understanding of open problems that helps in finding solutions for such problems. For the said purpose, I interview researchers and practitioners who have published works on open problems in various areas of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to collect a simplified understanding of these open problems.
In this episode, Rafael Figueiredo Prudencio discusses open issues in Offline Reinforcement Learning. He covers aspects relating to (a) Off Policy evaluation methods and (b) the lack of adequate real-world benchmarks. Conversation with Rafael is 2 part podcast series, and this podcast is part 1. Listen to the podcast to understand specific ethical issues arising from the open issues.
This project is in collaboration with ForHumanity. ForHumanity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to minimize the downside risks of AI and autonomous systems. ForHumanity develops criteria for an independent audit of AI systems. To know more, visit https://forhumanity.center/.

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#OPENBOX - OPEN ISSUES IN OFFLINE REINFORCEMENT LEARNING - 2/2 OPENBOX aims at bringing an easier understanding of open problems that helps in finding solutions for such problems. For the said purpose, I interview researchers and practitioners who have published works on open problems in various areas of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to collect a simplified understanding of these open problems.
In this episode, Rafael Figueiredo Prudencio discusses open issues in Offline Reinforcement Learning. He covers aspects relating to (a) Approximation function and generalization and (b) leveraging unlabelled data. Conversation with Rafael is 2 part podcast series, and this podcast is part 2. Listen to the podcast to understand specific ethical issues arising from the open issues.
This project is in collaboration with ForHumanity. ForHumanity is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to minimize the downside risks of AI and autonomous systems. ForHumanity develops criteria for an independent audit of AI systems. To know more, visit https://forhumanity.center/.

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Am I Safe in an Autonomous Vehicle? (Projects Episode) In this 'Projects' Episode we've chosen a few projects that tie in to the umbrella of safety in AVs (Autonomous Vehicles)Inclusive Autonomous Vehicles Project: Mohammad Naiseh, Post-Doc Research Fellow, University of SouthamptonSA2VE Project: Associate Professor Helge WurdemannRoAD: Dr Jo-Ann PattinsonInclusive Autonomous Vehicles: Tom Webster, Connected Places Catapult Podcast Host: Sean RileyThe UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub Website
Acquisition Entrepreneurship: A Thorough Review with Dr. Rollan Roberts Includes a special emphasis on how to acquire businesses without any of your own money down or even no money down.
Can machine-learning models overcome biased datasets Researchers have applied the tools of neuroscience to study when and how an artificial neural network can overcome bias in a dataset. They found that data diversity, not dataset size, is key and that the emergence of certain types of neurons during training plays a major role in how well a neural network is able to overcome dataset bias.

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Google no longer accepts deepfake projects on Colab Google has added “creating deepfakes” to its list of projects that are banned from its Colab service.

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Zoom receives backlash for emotion-detecting AI Zoom has caused a stir following reports that it’s developing an AI system for detecting emotions.

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AI learns how to play Minecraft by watching videos Open AI has trained a neural network to play Minecraft by Video PreTraining (VPT) on a massive unlabeled video dataset of human Minecraft play, while using just a small amount of labeled contractor data.

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IRS expands voice bot options for faster service The US Internal Revenue Service has unveiled expanded voice bot options to help eligible taxpayers easily verify their identity to set up or modify a payment plan while avoiding long wait times.

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Axon’s AI ethics board resign after TASER drone announcement The majority of Axon’s AI ethics board have resigned after the company announced that it’s developing taser-equipped drones.

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#298 – Susan Cain: The Power of Introverts and Loneliness Susan Cain is the author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, and Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(06:42) – Introverts
(24:42) – Small talk
(29:37) – Artistic expression
(42:03) – Sad music
(49:42) – Leonard Cohen
(1:00:34) – Public speaking
(1:07:50) – Podcasts
(1:15:25) – Famous Blue Raincoat by Leonard Cohen
(1:30:47) – Creativity and sadness
(1:39:03) – Dark moments
(1:47:06) – Parenting
(1:55:59) – Advice for young people
(1:59:10) – Meaning of life
AI Today Podcast: Why can’t we use Agile for AI? If you have ever tried to apply Agile methodologies to your AI projects you've probably noticed that Agile is challenged by the requirements of AI systems. We need to evolve Agile Methodologies from a Data-First Perspective. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer revisit the Agile Manifesto and Agile Methodologies and share why AI and data-centric methodologies, and specifically CPMAI Methodology, are needed for running AI projects successfully.



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CPMAI MethodologyWhat is the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology?CPMAI Webinar
AI Today Podcast: Lessons learned from AI Project Management – Interview with Charles Mendoza, Maximus It's one thing for us to talk about the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology and the benefits it can bring to managers running AI and advanced data projects, but hearing directly how companies are applying the CPMAI Methodology can be incredibly valuable. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer interview Charles Mendoza, who is Sr. Director, Operational Analytics & Data Science at Maximus and he is also CPMAI certified. He discusses how the CPMAI methodology is helping him and his team better manage and run AI and data projects and get better at AI Project Management. He also shares how CPMAI certification is helping grow key skills for himself and his team of data science, analytics, and BI professionals, as well as insights and lessons learned for others looking to run AI projects.



If you're interested in learning more about the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology and engaging with us directly, you can sign up for our next CPMAI Webinar. During this webinar we will provide an overview of the methodology and CPMAI Certification. We will also discuss why managing AI projects needs a data-centric approach and how an AI project management certification can enhance your career and have a direct and immediate impact for both you and the projects you help manage.



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CPMAI MethodologyWhat is the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) Methodology?CPMAI Webinar
#195 The best practices for building and retaining excellent data teams, revealed. With Talent Insights Group Director, Ben Le Gassick, and Associate Director, Patrick Choy From skills shortages to remote working, keeping data professionals happy and comfortable in their roles is a rapidly evolving challenge. This week on the podcast, Talent Insights Group Director, Ben Le Gassick, and Associate Director, Patrick Choy, are our special guests as we delve into the problems organisations face in attracting and retaining the best people.
The talent shortage means that many employees feel overworked and overwhelmed. Meanwhile, while remote work has become standard and expected, making sure that people continue to feel engaged and connected within their teams and organisation is important to avoid attrition within teams.
On the podcast, Patrick and Ben discuss solutions to these pressing problems. It could be as simple as understanding the strengths and interests of each individual data scientist, and ensuring that the work meets their personal and professional goals. Another best practice is to leverage contractors intelligently to supplement the permanent staff. It’s also important to consider how to keep the data scientist engaged once the application that they were working on has been deployed and the workload shifts to maintenance. Many data scientists leave a role after a year simply because maintenance work isn’t as engaging, so what is the solution there?
And, finally, Patrick and Ben also share their thoughts about what employees like to see in a leader. People are attracted to great leaders and even willing to follow them from one company to the next. So, what can an organisation do to make sure that they are the ones with the great leadership team?
Tune in for these insights, and many more, about the opportunities and challenges in recruitment for data roles in 2022 and beyond.
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106 - Guest: Ben Goertzel, AGI researcher, SingularityNET Founder This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

We've talked a lot about artificial general intelligence (AGI) on the show, but never as much as in this interview, when we talk with Mr. AGI himself, Ben Goertzel. Ben wrote a book, Artificial General Intelligence, founded the AGI Society and SingularityNET, and wrote Ten Years to the Singularity if We Really, Really, Try. He was Chief Scientist of Hanson Robotics and was one of the first people to popularize the term AGI.
In part 1, we talk about how he got into AGI, his new AGI hardware platform, human-AGI distinctions, and what it would be like for a robot to go to MIT. Really, this episode is packed!
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
#297 – Jonathan Reisman: The Human Body – From Sex & Sperm to Hands & Heart Jonathan Reisman is a physician and author of The Unseen Body who has practiced medicine in some of the most remote places in the world. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(07:01) – Hands
(16:15) – Sex
(25:56) – Future of medicine
(35:03) – Throat
(45:26) – Heart and blood
(53:28) – Genitals
(1:05:57) – Poop
(1:10:12) – Emergency room
(1:18:03) – Sperm
(1:23:09) – Liver
(1:28:38) – Living in the Far North
(1:47:21) – War and medicine
(1:52:07) – Antarctica
(2:05:03) – Artificial organs
(2:13:39) – History of medicine
(2:22:40) – Paul Farmer
(2:27:05) – Advice for young people
(2:34:03) – Struggle
(2:40:07) – Mortality
(2:45:44) – Meaning of life
#194 Establishing Best-in-Class Multi-Cloud Strategy with Kieran Clulow, Director of Data Platforms at IAG and Stijn De Lathouwers, Head of Data Platforms and Engineering at Suncorp This special episode is a recording from a live webinar we ran back in February as part of our Future proofing your data platforms online event covering how to establish a best in class multi-cloud strategy.
Felipe explored all aspects of a multi-cloud strategy, including simplifying your data architecture, regardless of whether your systems are running on-prem, in the cloud, or a combination of both and optimising your agility and efficiency across your cloud infrastructure.
Stijn explains that there are three main drivers that organisations should consider in a multi-cloud strategy: cost, optimisation and capability. Each cloud provider to a certain extent has the same capability, but they have their niches in certain products that they offer.
Kieran tells us that when you're on a multi-cloud journey, you need to go into it with your eyes open. People underestimate the process of how much it can cost and how long it can take in a big organisation.
So, what does it take to jump into a world of multi-cloud and is it right for your organisation? Tune in to this podcast to hear from Kieran and Stan on the best approach for a Multi-Cloud Strategy.
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#296 – Douglas Murray: Racism, Marxism, and the War on the West Douglas Murray is an author and political commentator. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:49) – Western civilization
(16:29) – Slavery
(20:06) – Reparations
(25:11) – Institutional racism
(32:24) – Lived experience
(41:49) – Resentment
(53:55) – Critical race theory
(1:08:27) – Racism
(1:27:26) – Stalin
(1:31:59) – Churchill
(1:38:03) – Marxism
(1:54:41) – Madness of Crowds
(2:03:14) – Ego
(2:10:22) – Donald Trump
(2:17:06) – America’s future
(2:24:33) – Advice for young people
(2:33:16) – Love
105 - Archive Interview: Michael Bowling, AI poker researcher This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

Are you good at bluffing? Do you think you could beat a computer? What if I told you that it was mathematically proven that the computer would beat you? That's what Michael Bowling did for his program that plays heads-up, limit Texas Hold'Em: he proved that it was impossible to do better than draw against it.
Michael is a professor at the University of Alberta, a research scientist at DeepMind, and has been on Scientific American Frontiers, National Geographic Today, and featured in exhibits at the Smithsonian.
This is an interview from an unreleased archive interview from 2016, recorded at the Canadian Artificial Intelligence Association annual conference. I was pretty green at this then, but Michael's answers are illuminating and just as useful today despite advancements in computer poker since then. He also talked about work being done on video games, and the conversation about artificial general intelligence that was just starting to become intense around the AI community then.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
#294 – Tony Fadell: iPhone, iPod, and Nest Tony Fadell is an engineer and designer, co-creator of the iPod, iPhone, Nest Thermostat, and author of the new book Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:16) – Memories
(14:13) – Apple II
(22:51) – First business
(26:55) – iPod
(50:56) – Ideas
(55:09) – Marketing
(1:05:26) – PR and Comms
(1:15:06) – Design
(1:20:03) – Experts
(1:26:04) – Steve Jobs
(2:09:43) – Jony Ive
(2:16:55) – Nest
(2:27:13) – Advice for young people
(2:31:30) – Startup
(2:36:25) – Money
(2:41:33) – Work-Life Balance
(2:44:11) – Darkest moment
(2:49:48) – Meaning of life
#295 – Richard Wolff: Marxism and Communism Richard Wolff is a Marxist philosopher and economist. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:12) – Marxism
(15:41) – Communism
(50:47) – Human nature
(1:03:03) – Economics
(1:09:54) – Capitalism
(1:42:18) – Governments and corporations
(1:53:13) – Stalinism
(2:07:12) – Nazis
(2:14:08) – Socialism vs Marxism
(2:21:48) – Bernie Sanders and AOC
(2:38:49) – Cultural Marxism
(2:45:49) – Darkest moments
(2:51:18) – Advice for young people
(2:53:37) – Mortality
(2:57:28) – Meaning of life
AI Today Podcast: AI in the Cloud In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss what AI in the cloud really means. They break down what is the cloud with a technical definition and then an economic definition to level set the topic and then dig into the question: What does AI have to do with the Cloud?



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CPMAI MethodologyUpcoming Intro to CPMAI Methodology webinar
The Psychology of Trust We chat with Professor Thusha Rajendran, Professor of Psychology & Director of the Centre for Applied Behavioural Sciences, Department of Psychology at Heriot-Watt University.Panel:Angelo Cangelosi Professor of Machine Learning & Robotics, The University of Manchester, Trust Node Co-I  Dr Pepita Barnard Research Fellow, Horizon Digital Economy, Nottingham  Podcast Host: Sean RileyAccents and Trust research
#293 – Donald Hoffman: Reality is an Illusion – How Evolution Hid the Truth Donald Hoffman is a cognitive scientist at UC Irvine and author of The Case Against Reality. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(08:04) – Case against reality
(19:33) – Spacetime
(43:57) – Reductionism
(1:04:23) – Evolutionary game theory
(1:32:46) – Consciousness
(2:28:06) – Visualizing reality
(2:43:23) – Ephemerality of life
(2:51:48) – Simulation theory
(2:57:30) – Difficult ideas
(3:12:32) – Love
(3:16:07) – Advice for young people
(3:18:26) – Meaning of life
#193 Helping businesses leverage the opportunity for AI adoption with Stela Solar, Director of the CSIRO’s National Artificial Intelligence Centre Australia’s CSIRO has always been a hotbed of innovation and technology creativity, which is why it is a special privilege to speak to Stela Solar, the Director of the CSIRO’s National Artificial Intelligence Centre on this week’s podcast.
Solar, who spent over a decade working in global roles at Microsoft in the US prior to joining CSIRO in January, said that one of her key observations on coming to Australia is that we are enthusiastic adopters of technology – we’re a leading nation on cloud adoption – we currently run a little behind on AI adoption.
There are three areas where Australia can invest to start to narrow the game and realise the opportunity of AI adoption, Solar said: Addressing the skills shortage, broadening the investment scene beyond the US, and the development of “tech cities” where the population of the area is galvanised around technology.
Another big opportunity for AI in Australia, Solar added, was for the small and medium-sized business. Just 2% of Australian businesses are currently leveraging AI solutions. This is a low base, but it also means an enormous opportunity for businesses looking forward. In the podcast, Solar shares what that might look like.
Tune in for these insights and more from one of the foremost data thought leaders working in Australia.
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104 - ANI, AGI, ASI - What are we talking about? This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

For our second anniversary show, we're going to explain some of the terms that are often used on the show and not always spelled out, like ANI (artificial narrow intelligence), AGI (artificial general intelligence), and ASI (artificial super intelligence). What do they mean, why do so many people talk about them, what do you need to know to follow along?
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
Gianluca Mauro: How To Educate Future Managers To The AI Era [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSSGianluca Mauro is the CEO of AI Academy, which he founded with the mission of helping people understand what artificial intelligence is and its place in their organizations and their career. Gianluca is the author of the book "Zero to AI - A nontechnical, hype-free guide to prospering in AI era" Over the years, Gianluca and his team have done both technical consulting and training workshops, working with companies like P&G, Merck, Brunello Cucinelli, Daikin, Fater, Bayer, and EIT Innoenergy Gianluca teaches Artificial Intelligence to people without a tech background, without any code or math. Why? Because he believes, the future of artificial intelligence is in the hands of people who can find use cases in their organizations, and then define and run AI projects. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:Episode Links:  Gianluca Mauro LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gianlucamauro/ Gianluca Mauro Twitter: https://twitter.com/gianlucahmd Gianluca Mauro Website: https://ai-academy.com Podcast Details: Podcast website: https://www.humainpodcast.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/humain-podcast-artificial-intelligence-data-science/id1452117009 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6tXysq5TzHXvttWtJhmRpS RSS: https://feeds.redcircle.com/99113f24-2bd1-4332-8cd0-32e0556c8bc9 YouTube Full Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag YouTube Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag/videos Support and Social Media:  – Check out the sponsors above, it’s the best way to support this podcast– Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/humain/creators – Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyakobovitch – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/humainpodcast/ – LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidyakobovitch/ – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HumainPodcast/ – HumAIn Website Articles: https://www.humainpodcast.com/blog/ Outline: Here’s the timestamps for the episode: (04:15)-Sometimes it's not a concept that people are familiar with. It sounds weird to anybody who works in tech. But, a lot of companies, in these industries, are still struggling with the cloud. So, when you go to these companies and start talking about this technology, they are excited. They're like, this sounds amazing, but you have to keep into account the reality of where they are, they're not in a place where they can invest in hiring a full-blown data science team, because then nobody knows how to interact with them. (09:29)- So, having the right governance for how to use the data, how to keep it in the right shape, and making sure that the quality is what we need, and then actually bring into the laptops of the data scientists that they can make tests and run experiments and make graphs. So, I always like to say it doesn't really matter how goo
Steven Shwartz: How AI Will Impact Society Over the Next Ten Years [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSSSteve received his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in Cognitive Science where he began his AI research and also taught Statistics at Towson State University. After receiving his PhD in 1979, AI pioneer Roger Schank invited Steve to join the Yale University faculty as a postdoctoral researcher in Computer Science. In 1981, Roger asked Steve to help him start one of the first AI companies, Cognitive Systems, which progressed to a public offering in 1986.  Steve then started Esperant, which produced one of the leading Business Intelligence products of the 1990s. During the 1980s, Steve published 35 articles and a book on AI, spoke at many AI conferences, and received two commercial patents on AI. As the AI Winter of the 1990s set in, Steve transitioned into a career as a successful serial software entrepreneur and investor and created several companies that were either acquired or had a public offering.  He tries to use his unique perspective as an early AI researcher and statistician to both explain how AI works in simple terms, to explain why people should not worry about intelligent robots taking over the world, and to explain the steps we need to take as a society to minimize the negative impacts of AI and maximize the positive impacts. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:Episode Links:  Steven Shwartz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steveshwartz/ Steven Shwartz Twitter: https://twitter.com/sshwartz Steven Shwartz Website: https://www.device42.com Podcast Details: Podcast website: https://www.humainpodcast.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/humain-podcast-artificial-intelligence-data-science/id1452117009 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6tXysq5TzHXvttWtJhmRpS RSS: https://feeds.redcircle.com/99113f24-2bd1-4332-8cd0-32e0556c8bc9 YouTube Full Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag YouTube Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag/videos Support and Social Media:  – Check out the sponsors above, it’s the best way to support this podcast– Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/humain/creators – Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyakobovitch – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/humainpodcast/ – LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidyakobovitch/ – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HumainPodcast/ – HumAIn Website Articles: https://www.humainpodcast.com/blog/ Outline: Here’s the timestamps for the episode: (00:00) – Introduction(09:42) – So most of the things that are taking jobs for example, is conventional software, not AI software.(10:57)- Exactly. And that's automated but it's conventional software. It's not AI. And most of the examples of where computers are replacing people, it's conventional software. It's not AI software.(14:49)- How you get data quality into your AI models and
AI Today Podcast: Revisiting AI Failures – Vendor Driven Causes of Failure Our AI Failures Series podcast was so popular we wanted to revisit some of the main reasons why we see AI projects fail. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer revisit the discussion around common reasons why AI projects fail. Not every vendor solution solves your problem, regardless of what they may tell you. In this episode we dig into common issues around vendors who are misleading, vendors who are in a state of change (not in a good way), vendors in a market category that might not really exist, vendors that are really consulting companies, and vendor lock in.



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CPMAI MethodologyIntro to CPMAI WebinarAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Believing Vendor & Industry HypeAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Data Quantity & Data Understanding IssuesAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – ROI MisalignmentAI Today podcast: AI Failure Series- AI projects are NOT like traditional software development projectsAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – The Real World MismatchAI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Iteration Time & Proof of Concept vs. PilotsAI Today Podcast #48: Pseudo AI – Faking it Till You Make it in AI
#292 – Robin Hanson: Alien Civilizations, UFOs, and the Future of Humanity Robin Hanson is a professor at George Mason University and researcher at Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(06:49) – Grabby aliens
(44:33) – War and competition
(50:07) – Global government
(1:02:58) – Humanity’s future
(1:13:00) – Hello aliens
(1:40:03) – UFO sightings
(2:04:40) – Conspiracy theories
(2:12:58) – Elephant in the brain
(2:26:29) – Medicine
(2:38:58) – Institutions
(3:05:52) – Physics
(3:10:43) – Artificial intelligence
(3:28:32) – Economics
(3:31:53) – Political science
(3:37:42) – Advice for young people
(3:46:33) – Darkest moments
(3:49:34) – Love and loss
(3:58:57) – Immortality
(4:02:53) – Simulation hypothesis
(4:13:10) – Meaning of life
#192 How diversity is more than an agenda and can build a better business with Michelle-Joy Low, Ph.D, the Head of Data & AI at Reece Group On this episode of the podcast, we have the privilege to speak to Michelle-Joy Low, Ph.D, the Head of Data & AI at Reece Group. Low talks us through how data is the foundation of the ongoing transformation of one of Australia’s most venerable retail brands, having celebrated 100 years in 2020.
Low explains the importance of diversity in the workforce, and how it leads to better outcomes for the business and better outcomes for the customer. The tech space has been particularly good at recognising the importance of diversity, Low said, and Australia is a great place to work in that regard, but at the same time it’s now important to look beyond participating in the movements, and genuinely build diverse teams that are empowered to speak out about and drive further change.
Low also shares some of the challenges that come from AI, and how she and her team are grappling with them. For example, data is complex to implement and expensive… and the decision makers behind the data projects are distant from the team that builds the applications. The Chief Customer Officer, for example, doesn’t build apps themselves. So how do you tackle that challenge within the data team and deliver outcomes for the organisation?
Tune in for this deep-dive and fascinating conversation about how a business is leveraging data to drive toward better outcomes for all.
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#191 Part 2: Product design and development with Sarah Dods, formerly Head of Advanced Analytics at AGL In this second podcast with the visionary data scientist, entrepreneur and business leader, Sarah Dods, we dive into the details around product development and the role of data science.
Across her career, from NICTA and CSIRO, through to AGL, Telstra Health, RMIT University and Gerson Lehrman, Sarah has had a long history in bringing innovation to market.
One thing she says is that business leaders should not lose sight of how data science needs to work. It’s a team sport, in the same way that building a car requires more than someone to design and build the engine.
“So, what do you need to make a solution supportable, sustainable and safe?” Sarah asks, before going on to note that another challenge that data science teams need to be cognizant of is that data science models fail silently. The application could be bringing garbage in, and pushing garbage out, and it will happily keep working, producing outputs that will no longer mean what you want them to. So teams need to think about your feedback loop.
This is where agile comes from, in encouraging an iterative process in which the MVP is produced as quickly as possible, and then iterated on indefinitely as opportunities for ongoing development arise.
Stay tuned for some deep insights from Sarah about the opportunities for data science to drive next-level product innovation.
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#188 Leveraging cloud computing, AI and Machine Learning for meaningful impact with real life business problems with Dr Aleksandar Lazarevic We’re thrilled to have Dr Aleksandar Lazarevic, Former VP of Advanced Analytics & Data Engineering at Stanley Black & Decker, joining us from the U.S.! He holds a wealth of experience and shares many of his hard-earned lessons in today’s episode.
Data is Alex’s passion and his journey in the data science field started 20 years ago with his PhD in Machine Learning. Throughout his career, he’s been able to evolve from someone with a solid technical background into a full-on data executive who’s able to drive real value across the company.
Alex’s proficiency with data, AI and ML, expands across industries. He has worked in healthcare, property and casualty insurance, banking and manufacturing. No matter the industry, building a data-driven culture within the organisation is always one of the things he strives for. His diverse background has granted him a unique perspective when it comes to approaching business problems using analytics.
Stay tuned as he shares his tips on identifying the areas within your organisation where applying data science can contribute huge value, and much more!
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#189 Tech Wars Centralised vs Decentralised Architecture With Naveen Siddareddy, Data Solutions Architect at PlayStation and Rohan Dhupelia, Data Platform Senior Manager with Atlassian The end goal is to provide business users with trusted data, faster at lower cost. How do you build to achieve that? What approach should you take, which tools and what resources and skill-mix are required to support that?
Our Data Engineering Summit coming up on 31st August will look at exactly those demands. As we explore these challenges, we revisit a special recording from our Future Proofing Data Platforms event where our brilliant guests took a broader view and debated the pros and cons of centralised vs decentralised architecture.
In an interesting session Naveen Siddareddy, Data Solutions Architect at PlayStation advocated for decentralised platforms. Taking the opposing view was Rohan Dhupelia, Data Platform Senior Manager with Atlassian who championed for centralised platforms. Take a listen and see what you think of their reasoning and share your thoughts on which ecosystems are best suited to centralised vs decentralised structures.
Rohan will be joining us again at the Data Engineering Summit in person to offer up a retrospective on ensuring productive, adaptive, and resilient environments that are verifiable, less resource heavy and that critically produce greater outcomes. It’s going to be a fantastic event sharing lessons learned on building trust in the data that you provide and your role in enabling the business to succeed through data.
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#190 Part 1: The value of data science, and bringing new innovation to market, with Sarah Dods, formerly Head of Advanced Analytics at AGL On this episode of the podcast, we are excited to speak to Sarah Dods, one of Australia’s top tech entrepreneurs, innovators, and company leaders.
In a career that has spanned from public organisations like NICTA and CSIRO, to private companies as wide ranging as AGL, Telstra Health, RMIT University and Gerson Lehrman, Sarah has been at the forefront of bringing technology and ideas to market.
As Sarah says, one of the big challenges with data science is articulating its value. Data science costs money to develop, and data science costs money to run. So, why would somebody pay money for what you’re doing? In this episode, she shares some of her proven strategies for justifying to those outside of the data science team how the investments will create and add value.
The other great challenge that the data science team needs to grapple with, Sarah adds, is change management – how do you explain an application or product to people that have not used before?
Stay tuned as Sarah talks about how the data science teams can turn these challenges into opportunities.
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098 - Guest: Calum Chace, AI Author and Speaker, part 1 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

Calum Chace is a keynote speaker and the author of Surviving AI: The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence, and The Economic Singularity: Artificial Intelligence and the Death of Capitalism. We talked in this first part about his concept of the Economic Singularity, a transformation of the socioeconomic space he says will arrive much sooner than Ray Kurzweil's famed singularity.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
099 - Guest: Calum Chace, AI Author and Speaker, part 2 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

Calum Chace is a keynote speaker and the author of Surviving AI: The Promise and Peril of Artificial Intelligence, and The Economic Singularity: Artificial Intelligence and the Death of Capitalism. In part 2, we talk about the metaverse, how AI could be leveraged in the metaverse, and the agricultural and longevity singularities.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
Transcript and URLs referenced at HumanCusp Blog.
100 - What We’ve Learned from our Guests This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

100 episodes! And 60 guests: What have we learned from them? We've had everyone from science fiction authors to CEOs, from philosophers to government ministers, and from professors to neuroscientists. All of them helping us wrap our heads around the enormous impact of this thing called AI. I realized two things: (1) I learned a tremendous amount from all these experts giving us their time and brains, and (2) That learning is as valuable today as when they came on the show. So this episode is a guide to those past shows to help you decide what you might want to visit or return to.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
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101 - Guest: Bryant Cruse, Cognitive AI CEO This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

Bryant Cruse, former naval aviator (we'll talk about that) and Space Telescope mission operations team member (we'll talk about that too), is the founder and CEO of New Sapience, working on bold new advances in artificial general intelligence. We talk about what real understanding by AI means. 
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
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102 - Guest: Richard Ahlfeld, AI for Engineering Optimization This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

When serious engineering with safety of life is at stake - think rockets, engine turbines, aircraft - Richard Ahlfeld brings artificial intelligence to the job. He modeled the Space Launch System as part of his PhD at Imperial College London and now is CEO of Monolith AI, commercializing AI in the role of engineering design and testing. We talk about just how that gets done and what sort of difference it makes over traditional methods.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
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097 - Guest: Alison Gopnik, Child Psychology Professor, part 2 This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

What is that baby thinking? Alison Gopnik knows. She is the American professor of psychology and affiliate professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley, writes for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New Scientist, and Scientific American, and has appeared on The Colbert Show and given a TED talk. She has much to tell us about how studying children can inform the development of artificial general intelligence, and in part 2, we discuss topics like epigenetics and the AI alignment problem.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
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103 - Guest: Tom White, Machine Perception Artist This and all episodes at: https://aiandyou.net/ .
 

How does AI see the world? it's easy to take for granted that an AI that is trained on labeled data to recognize certain images very well is seeing them the same way we do, but that's not so. The AI is quite alien, and helping us to see the world through its eyes is Tom White, a New Zealand-based artist. He creates physical artworks that highlight how machines “see” and thus how they think, suggesting that these systems are capable of abstraction and conceptual thinking. He has exhibited computer-based artwork internationally over the past 25 years with themes of artificial intelligence, interactivity, and computational creativity. He is currently a lecturer and researcher at University of Wellington School of Design where he teaches students the creative potential of computer programming and artificial intelligence.
All this plus our usual look at today's AI headlines.
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Is Data Scientist still the sexiest job of the 21st Century? Back in 2012 an article was published in HBR stating that Data Scientist was the sexiest job of the 21st Century. However, about a decade later, does this still hold true? In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss how Data Project Manager is becoming the new sexy job title of the next decade, why certifications for PMs matter, and how certifications like CPMAI are quickly gaining traction in the PM community.



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CPMAI MethodologyAI Today Podcast #35: Interview with Tom DavenportData Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century (HBR)June 2022 Enterprise Data and AI with Srinivasan Sankar, Enterprise Data & Analytics Leader at The Hanover Insurance GroupMay 2021 Enterprise Data and AI with Vicente Ruben Del Pino Ruiz, Director, Data Engineering at UnitedHealth Group
AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Advancing to Level 1 Intelligent Automation Adding intelligence to automation enables greater degrees of variability and unpredictability. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss what it means to have Level 1 automation to handle variability and unpredictability, how to incorporate NLP and computer vision to help handle tasks with unstructured data, some of the challenges Level 1 automation can present, and what the key ingredient to Level 1 automation is.



If you’re looking for additional information on this topic, as well as an interactive Q&A, join us for our upcoming webinar on Lessons Learned from Automation Success.



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Register for free for the upcoming Webinar for Automation to IntelligenceAI Today Podcast: Roadmap Series: Getting Started on the Automation to Intelligence JourneyAI Today Podcast Roadmap Series: From Automation to Intelligence – What should we automate and whyAI Today Podcast: Automation to Intelligence Roadmap Series – What is a Business Process?AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Starting with Level 0 AutomationCognilytica courses
AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Level 2 Intelligent Automation Level 2 Intelligent Automation allows you to address greater challenges of unpredictability and variability. But how do you know if Level 2 Intelligent Automation is even right for your team? In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss what Level 2 Intelligent Automation is, how to go beyond NLP & computer vision to use cognitive technology to help spot patterns & anomalies, as well as some of the challenges Level 2 Intelligent Automation presents.



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Register for free for the upcoming Webinar for Automation to IntelligenceAI Today Podcast: Roadmap Series: Getting Started on the Automation to Intelligence JourneyAI Today Podcast Roadmap Series: From Automation to Intelligence – What should we automate and whyAI Today Podcast: Automation to Intelligence Roadmap Series – What is a Business Process?AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Starting with Level 0 AutomationCognilytica courses
AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Level 3 Intelligent Automation Level 3 Intelligent Automation allows you to address the greatest challenges of unpredictability and variability and be able to achieve autonomous process discovery, autonomous process analytics, and autonomous process optimization. But is Level 3 Intelligent Automation right for your team or process? In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss what Level 3 Intelligent Automation is, what questions you need to ask to identify opportunities for Level 3 automation, and some of the challenges with Level 3 automation.



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Register for free for the upcoming Webinar for Automation to IntelligenceAI Today Podcast: Roadmap Series: Getting Started on the Automation to Intelligence JourneyAI Today Podcast Roadmap Series: From Automation to Intelligence – What should we automate and whyAI Today Podcast: Automation to Intelligence Roadmap Series – What is a Business Process?AI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Starting with Level 0 AutomationAI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Advancing to Level 1 Intelligent AutomationAI Today Podcast: Automation Roadmap Series: Level 2 Intelligent AutomationCognilytica courses
AI Today Podcast: Is the next AI Winter approaching? Like all technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not immune to the waves of obscurity, hyped promotion, plateauing of interest, and decline. In fact, the AI industry has been through two such major waves of interest, hype, plateau, and decline, commonly referred to as the “AI Winters”. Is the next AI Winter approaching? In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss the 3 main reasons for a winter: decline in investment, interest, and research. We explore what we're currently seeing and where things are potentially heading.



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AI Today Podcast #005: The AI WintersExplainer Video: What are the AI Winters?AI Today Podcast: AI Failure Series – Overpromising and UnderdeliveringCPMAI Methodology and Certification
AI Today Podcast: An Intro to CPMAI Methodology Far too often, agencies, organizations, and consulting firms are running data and AI projects without taking the right steps to ensure their success. Agile and iterative approaches have become adopted best practices for application development projects, but why don’t we have something similar when it comes to advanced analytics, big data, and AI projects? Without using best-practices approaches that standardize steps for data preparation, data identification, and data protection, it’s hard to achieve the success you’re expecting, wasting money and resources, leading to failure.



In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer walk through the Cognitive Project Management for AI (CPMAI) methodology to provide listeners with the foundation needed for project success, especially as you incorporate advanced analytics and AI projects. The CPMAI methodology is the established best practice for AI & ML projects, and increasingly will be demanded by organizations and agencies that plan to develop, procure, and deliver AI and advanced analytics projects. If you're an individual looking to advance your knowledge and skill set for running and managing AI projects this podcast provides real world examples of how CPMAI methodology allows team leaders and individuals at organizations to get up to speed on terminology and make sure all are all in alignment to be more successful and competitive in their AI and big data project efforts.



To dig deeper into the CPMAI Methodology and learn more about the certification, make sure to also register for our upcoming webinar at aitoday.live/cpmai



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#291 – Jonathan Haidt: The Case Against Social Media Jonathan Haidt is a social psychologist at NYU and author of The Coddling of the American Mind, The Righteous Mind, and The Happiness Hypothesis. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:57) – Social media and mental health
(21:45) – Mark Zuckerberg
(31:23) – Children’s use of social media
(42:08) – Social media and democracy
(58:14) – Elon Musk and Twitter
(1:14:45) – Anonymity on social media
(1:20:44) – Misinformation
(1:27:38) – Social media benefits
(1:30:22) – Political division on social media
(1:36:54) – Future of social media
(1:42:46) – Advice for young people
#280 – Cristiano Amon: Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon is the CEO of Qualcomm, world-leader in 5G wireless communication and computation systems inside premium Android phones and other robots. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – Scale: https://scale.com/lex – Truebill: https://truebill.com/lex – BiOptimizers: http://www.magbreakthrough.com/lex to get 10% off – Four Sigmatic: https://foursigmatic.com/lex and use code LexPod to get up to 60% off – Fundrise: https://fundrise.com/lex EPISODE LINKS: Cristiano’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/cristianoamon Qualcomm’s Website: https://qualcomm.com PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://lexfridman.com/podcast Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2lwqZIr Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2nEwCF8 RSS: https://lexfridman.com/feed/podcast/ YouTube Full Episodes: https://youtube.com/lexfridman YouTube Clips: https://youtube.com/lexclips SUPPORT & CONNECT: – Check out the sponsors above, it’s the best
#281 – Grimes: Music, AI, and the Future of Humanity Grimes is a musician, artist, singer, songwriter, producer, and director. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(08:24) – Identity
(12:22) – Music production
(25:13) – Spotify
(29:55) – Experimental music
(32:30) – Vision of future
(45:04) – Motherhood
(1:01:11) – Consciousness
(1:16:01) – Love
(1:21:52) – Metaverse
(1:34:34) – Technology and bureaucracy
(1:38:32) – Mortality
(1:46:57) – Understanding evil
(1:50:55) – Last person on Earth
(1:53:33) – Dan Carlin
(1:56:03) – Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
(2:02:28) – Coolest human invention
(2:03:49) – Advice for young people
(2:07:01) – Meaning of life
#282 – David Buss: Sex, Dating, Relationships, and Sex Differences David Buss is an evolutionary psychologist at UT Austin. He is one of the founders of the field of evolutionary psychology. His current research is on sex differences in mate selection, mate attraction, infidelity, and the emotions of jealousy, lust, and love. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(08:04) – Sex vs Violence
(14:48) – Mating strategies
(26:44) – Social construct of beauty
(30:38) – Evolution of mating evaluation
(34:40) – Mating selection desires
(39:52) – Difficulties of monogamy
(46:16) – Importance of male appearance
(48:52) – Importance of wealth
(52:08) – Penis and breasts
(55:59) – Fashion
(58:58) – Body objectification
(1:06:33) – Wear sunscreen
(1:13:29) – Gender
(1:30:39) – What motivates humans
(1:32:29) – Dominance and submissiveness
(1:40:33) – Johnny Depp defamation trial
(1:50:24) – Jealousy
(1:58:45) – Mate poaching
(2:02:58) – Polyamory
(2:14:13) – Female vs Male sexuality
(2:23:11) – Pornography
(2:29:46) – Sex and Violence continued
(2:38:55) – Cancel culture
(2:50:38) – Elon Musk and Twitter
(2:59:02) – Serial killers
(3:04:55) – Advice for young people
(3:16:57) – Love
(3:22:57) – Mortality
(3:27:40) – Meaning of life
#283 – Chris Mason: Space Travel, Colonization, and Long-Term Survival in Space Chris Mason is a professor of genomics, physiology, and biophysics at Cornell, doing research on the long-term effects of space on the human body. He is the author of The Next 500 Years: Engineering Life to Reach New Worlds. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(0:00) – Introduction
(7:43) – Human extinction awareness
(16:29) – Heat death of the universe
(22:05) – Alone in the universe
(25:41) – Aliens
(33:50) – Entropy goggles
(48:04) – Genetics
(56:14) – Scott Kelly
(1:02:12) – Adapting to space
(1:12:13) – Sex in space
(1:14:46) – Colonizing planets
(1:21:25) – Culture on Mars
(1:25:51) – Commercial space flights
(1:33:09) – Podcast in space
(1:40:43) – Axiom Space
(1:42:59) – Designing space experiments
(1:49:49) – Robots in space
(1:52:30) – Space exploration
(1:56:28) – War in space
(2:00:05) – Launch toward the Second Sun
(2:06:14) – Chlorohumans
(2:11:50) – Extreme microbiome project
(2:18:17) – Space travel breakthroughs
(2:30:15) – Clones
(2:36:08) – AI age prediction
(2:41:38) – Advice for young people
(2:47:56) – Dark times
(2:52:19) – Mortality
(2:56:37) – Visiting ISS and deep space
(2:57:46) – Meaning of life
#284 – Saifedean Ammous: Bitcoin, Anarchy, and Austrian Economics Saifedean Ammous is an Austrian economist and author of The Bitcoin Standard and The Fiat Standard. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:53) – Money
(20:58) – Gold standard
(34:09) – Collective hallucination
(39:59) – Austrian vs Keynesian economics
(1:12:20) – Free market
(1:28:49) – Monarchy
(1:34:23) – Fiat money
(2:21:13) – SWIFT system
(2:34:03) – Bitcoin
(2:40:20) – Satoshi Nakamoto
(2:48:04) – Criticisms of Bitcoin
(3:03:16) – Football/soccer
(3:06:58) – Criticisms of Bitcoin continued
(3:17:17) – Bitcoin Maximalism
(3:29:40) – Proof of stake
(3:46:46) – Central bank digital currency
(3:57:59) – Michael Malice
(4:00:12) – Advice for young people
(4:06:21) – Palestine
(4:18:00) – Mortality
#285 – Glenn Loury: Race, Racism, Identity Politics, and Cancel Culture Glenn Loury is a professor of economics and social sciences at Brown University, and a prominent podcaster and social critic who speaks and writes about race, inequality, and social policy. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:12) – Martin Luther King Jr.
(16:00) – History of slavery
(30:39) – Equality of outcome
(47:02) – Math and economics
(1:03:17) – Racial groups
(1:16:33) – Black patriotism
(1:26:26) – MLK and Malcolm X
(1:40:07) – Joe Rogan controversy
(1:59:23) – Accusation of racism
(2:07:08) – Elon Musk and Twitter
(2:12:41) – Universities
(2:21:19) – Cognitive inequality
(2:33:45) – Politics
(2:53:10) – Ketanji Brown Jackson
(2:59:14) – Thomas Sowell
(3:04:28) – Barack Obama
(3:23:06) – Mortality
(3:35:20) – Meaning of life
#286 – Oliver Stone: Vladimir Putin and War in Ukraine Oliver Stone is a filmmaker with 3 Oscar wins and 11 Oscar nominations. His films include Platoon, Wall Street, Born on the Fourth of July, Scarface, JFK, Nixon, Alexander, W, Snowden, and documentaries where he has interviewed Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, and Vladimir Putin. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(09:35) – Nuclear power
(22:33) – Russia and US relations
(27:48) – JFK and the Cold War
(33:05) – Interviewing Putin
(56:44) – Invasion of Ukraine
(1:06:01) – Why Putin invaded Ukraine
(1:20:25) – Propaganda
(1:27:43) – Interviewing Putin in 2022
(1:34:59) – Nuclear war
(1:41:09) – Advice on interviewing
(1:44:50) – Interviewing Hitler
(1:48:11) – Putin interview language barrier
(1:49:22) – Love
(1:51:17) – Advice to young people
(1:54:23) – Mortality
(1:55:25) – Regrets
(1:57:22) – Meaning of life
#287 – Bobby Lee: Comedy, Skyrim, Sex Robots, Love, Fame, and Power Bobby Lee is a comedian and co-host of TigerBelly and Bad Friends podcasts. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:20) – Wedding
(13:20) – Video games
(18:58) – Grappling
(24:03) – Sex robots
(27:01) – Khalyla
(33:46) – Parenting
(44:26) – Darkest moment
(52:43) – Fame
(1:02:57) – Carlos Mencia
(1:09:47) – TigerBelly
(1:23:24) – George and Gilbert
(1:30:35) – Power
(1:43:38) – Meaning of life
#288 – Sarma Melngailis: Bad Vegan Sarma Melngailis is a chef and restauranteur who was the subject of the Netflix documentary Bad Vegan: Fame, Fraud, Fugitives. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:44) – Childhood
(12:46) – Films
(23:17) – Gifts
(32:20) – Favorite food creations
(38:31) – Leon: The Pitbull
(50:39) – Bad Vegan
(1:02:41) – Abusive relationship
(1:07:24) – Remorse for employees
(1:13:19) – Sociopathy
(1:23:44) – How Sarma met Anthony Strangis
(1:45:43) – Retrospection
(1:58:24) – Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
(2:06:17) – Is Anthony Strangis a sociopath?
(2:10:24) – What Bad Vegan got wrong
(2:27:40) – Darkest personal discovery
(2:38:22) – Road trip from hell
(2:45:36) – Wild stories
(2:54:33) – Prison
(3:04:13) – Ghislaine Maxwell
(3:19:44) – Running restaurants
(3:33:26) – Last meal
(3:37:50) – Relationships
(3:47:02) – Advice for young people
(3:52:16) – Regrets
(3:56:01) – Mortality
(4:12:04) – Love
#289 – Stephen Kotkin: Putin, Zelenskyy, and War in Ukraine Stephen Kotkin is a historian specializing in Stalin and Soviet history. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(10:17) – Putin and Stalin
(21:07) – Putin vs the West
(43:59) – Response to Oliver Stone
(55:05) – Russian invasion of Ukraine
(1:34:33) – Putin’s plan for the war
(1:42:32) – Henry Kissinger
(1:48:26) – Nuclear war
(1:59:00) – Parallels to World War II
(2:21:45) – China
(2:29:54) – World War III
(2:37:23) – Navalny
(2:41:40) – Meaning of life
#290 – Dan Reynolds: Imagine Dragons Dan Reynolds is the lead singer of Imagine Dragons, one of the most popular bands in the world. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(08:29) – Programming
(27:30) – Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
(32:23) – Las Vegas
(37:25) – Spirituality
(40:38) – Ayahuasca
(50:56) – Depression and fame
(54:40) – Introvert
(1:07:19) – Advice from Charlie Sheen
(1:19:58) – Making music
(1:32:33) – Lesson from Rick Rubin
(1:38:34) – Believer
(1:46:05) – Father son relationship
(1:47:22) – Dan’s first song
(1:51:34) – Cat Stevens and Harry Chapin
(1:56:17) – Advice for young people
(2:04:49) – LGBTQ
(2:09:11) – Religion
(2:13:53) – Meaning of life
(2:17:02) – Dan sings
#279 – Alien Debate: Sara Walker and Lee Cronin Sara Walker is an astrobiologist and theoretical physicist. Lee Cronin is a chemist. This is a conversation and debate about alien life and alien civilizations. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:
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(00:00) – Introduction
(07:47) – Aliens
(21:53) – What is life?
(29:35) – Assembly theory
(52:03) – Math
(1:03:45) – Communication with aliens
(1:28:38) – Evolution of the universe
(1:37:56) – Creating alien life
(1:45:29) – Origin of life
(1:52:29) – Before the Big Bang
(1:59:22) – God
(2:09:39) – Goal-directed behavior
(2:27:37) – Time
(2:35:54) – Free will and imagination
(2:51:06) – UFO sightings
(2:56:06) – Alien life forms debate
(3:11:14) – Robots
(3:20:29) – Love and emotion
(3:38:55) – Beauty in science
(3:49:06) – Random questions
(3:58:30) – Advice for young people
(4:01:48) – Life on Earth
(4:06:12) – Memory
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