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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:
When it comes to complex tasks like building a house, many people with different skills work together to accomplish a single, larger goal. Instead of trying to create a perfect robot capable of building a house solo, could scientists replicate how humans function and make a “swarm” of imperfect robots capable of working together to accomplish complex tasks?
In this episode, I interview Managing Director of Silverwood Partners, Nicolas A. McCoy. With more than 15 years executing corporate finance transactions and leading Silverwood's valuation consulting practice, Nicolas has a wealth of knowledge particularily in the merger/acquisition field.
Dan Bacher is a Senior Research and Development Engineer at Brown University. He is also the Founder of the Speak Your Mind Foundation, which is a nonprofit organization that emerged out of the BrainGate lab at Brown University and Massachusetts General Hospital.
In this episode, I interview Graham Lawlor, Founder/CEO of Ultra Light Startups. In this interview - Graham Lawlor gives his thoughts on individual founders vs. startups founded by teams and shares what he believes to be the most important focus areas that any bootstrapped startup should have right out of the gate.
If the human brain is considered a computer, what does that mean for science and our lives? Could we repair damaged areas, replace damaged parts, or even upgrade our own minds? It might sound like little more than the stuff of science fiction, but with current advances in brain-machine interfaces, science fiction is fast becoming science fact.
There's a lot of flashy terms around startup marketing these days. From "growth hacking" to "scalable marketing," the name might change but the idea remains the same: To drum up more business. Arthur M. Hughes has been drumming up business for decades with some of the world's largest and most respected companies. From IBM to Nestle', Arthur's helped set up databases for companies with massive market share, and he's helped them market "at scale."