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Our podcast interviews feature the best and brightest executives and researchers in artificial intelligence today, and each episode highlights current and near-term AI use-cases of value for business leaders. Explore our full list of AI podcast episodes below:

Episode #72 - Enhancing Mental Performance via Brain Stimulation - with Thync CEO Isy Goldwasser

Episode #72 – Enhancing Mental Performance via Brain Stimulation – with Thync CEO Isy Goldwasser

Current brain-machine interface technologies like MUSE or Mellon detect your mental activity with a headband, and represent it in unique apps. Thync is aiming to actively stimulate your mental activity, creating a more excited or tranquil mental state at your discretion.

Episode #71 - Beyond Ice Buckets: ALS Assistive Tech Tends - with Alisa Brownlee

Episode #71 – Beyond Ice Buckets: ALS Assistive Tech Tends – with Alisa Brownlee

Our podcast frequently covers the business and research sides of emerging technology, but in this episode we talk about some of it’s direct applications.

Episode #70 - Where Augmented Reality Will Change the World FIRST - with the Atheer Labs Team

Episode #70 – Where Augmented Reality Will Change the World FIRST – with the Atheer Labs Team

Ketan Joshi and Vishal Shah of Atheer Labs share their ideas about the immediate future of augmented reality, and how interactive computing can be facilitated though an augmented experience. We explore use-cases of the near future, as well as applications underway now.

Episode #69 - What the World Loses and Gains in a “Virtual” World - with Altitude’s CEO, Dan Ostrower

Episode #69 – What the World Loses and Gains in a “Virtual” World – with Altitude’s CEO, Dan Ostrower

Dan Ostrower gets to work with some amazing and innovative companies at Altitude (a creative consultancy), and has a keen eye for for the future.

Episode #68 - Walk, Run, Jump in Virtual Reality - with Virtuix’s Colton Jacobs

Episode #68 – Walk, Run, Jump in Virtual Reality – with Virtuix’s Colton Jacobs

Ever wanted to run, jump, crawl, or otherwise really MOVE in virtual reality? Virtuix has created a harnesses 3-D treadmill to help people do just that, the Omni.

Episode #67 - What is an “Immersive” Virtual Reality Experience? - with Birdly’s Max Rheiner

Episode #67 – What is an “Immersive” Virtual Reality Experience? – with Birdly’s Max Rheiner

Max is project head at Birdly, one of virtual reality’s most curious projects. Birdly is a full-body kind of “table” that one lays upon while wearing an Oculus VR headset - and through a combination of arm control (to replicate wings) and fan (to replicate the speed of air in one’s face) - reproduces the experience of flying like a giant hawk.