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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:

Podcast #64 - The Y-Combinator Experience - Maximizing Your Success with Accelerators with Survata's CEO Chris Kelly

Podcast #64 – The Y-Combinator Experience – Maximizing Your Success with Accelerators with Survata’s CEO Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly founded Survata with an idea of changing the way that the survey marketplace works. With a drive to make his company exceptional, Chris applied to Y-Combinator, Silicon Valley's hottest startup accelerator.

Podcast #63 - Rand Fishkin, Founder of Moz - There's More to SEO Then There Used to Be

Podcast #63 – Rand Fishkin, Founder of Moz – There’s More to SEO Then There Used to Be

Rand Fishkin started SEOmoz.org in 2004, while working with his mother in a small marketing company she'd started in Seattle. After years of languishing in obscurity, Rand's little site turned out to be one of the most respected sources for quality "white hat" SEO advice, and creator of a variety of SEO-related tools for businesses.

Oxford's Prof Nick Bostrom On AI and Existential Risk in the 21st Century

Oxford’s Prof Nick Bostrom On AI and Existential Risk in the 21st Century

Prof Nick Bostrom is widely respected as the premier academic thinker on topics related to strong artificial intelligence, transhumanism, and existential risks. His talks, books, and articles cover all of these topics, and his vocation involves bringing attention and critical thought to these most pressing human issues.

Looking at the Present and Future of Brain-Machine Interfaces with BrainGate’s Dr. Janos Perge

Looking at the Present and Future of Brain-Machine Interfaces with BrainGate’s Dr. Janos Perge

BrainGate, based at Brown University, is a consortium of researchers from many diverse fields including: neuroscience, neurology, engineering, computer science, mathematics and neurosurgery. The team is dedicated to developing technologies which help to restore mobility, communication and independence to individuals who suffer from neurologic diseases, trauma or limb loss. BrainGate researchers develop and tests devices such as prosthetics that can be manipulated using a brain-machine interface (BMI) and BMIs that allow people with locked-in syndrome to communicate using their brain waves to manipulate a computer cursor.

Podcast #61 – How Virtual Reality Might Take Over 'White Collar' Work Forever – with Anton Þórólfsson, COO of MURE VR

Podcast #61 – How Virtual Reality Might Take Over ‘White Collar’ Work Forever – with Anton Þórólfsson, COO of MURE VR

Anton Þórólfsson is working on letting you work from "home" ... or from the Amazon jungle, or from the moon. Well ... not the actual moon, or your real home, but a virtual one. His company, MURE VR (he sits today as co-founder and COO) is working on allowing indiviuals to interact with all of their computer programs in a totally virtual world, thanks to the help of the Oculus Rift.

The Present and Future of Human Genomics: An Interview with Gholson Lyon

The Present and Future of Human Genomics: An Interview with Gholson Lyon

The human genome is the complete set of genetic data for human beings. The interpretation of the human genome sequence has been one of the major scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century. Since its initial release in 2001, our understanding of the sequence has deepened exponentially. By 2014, we had completely sequenced thousands of human genomes. The resulting information is used on a global scale, in fields as diverse as anthropology and forensics, and of course in biomedical science.