Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Daniel Faggella

This week we speak with founder and CEO of Aidoc, Elad Walach, about the challenges of adopting AI to become part of a workflow in healthcare. We speak to him about what it is that makes it so challenging to get these tools to become part of the process of treating patients.

Direct download: AI_in_Industry-Elad_Walach-Mixdown.mp3
Category:Artificial Intelligence -- posted at: 12:08pm PDT

This week, we speak with arguably one of the best-known folks in the domain of neural networks: Jurgen Schmidhuber. He's working on a lot of different applications now in heavy industry, self-driving cars, and other spaces.

We talk to him about the future of manufacturing and more broadly, how machines and robots learn. Schmidhuber uses the analogy of a baby learning about the world around it. He has a lot of interesting perspectives on how the general progression of making machines more intelligent will affect other industries outside of where AI is arguably best known today: consumer tech and advertising.

If you're in the manufacturing space, this will be an interesting interview to tune into. If you're just interested in what the next phase in AI might be like, I think Schmidhuber actually frames it pretty succinctly.

Direct download: AI_in_Industry-Jurgen_Schmidhuber-Mixdown_1.mp3
Category:Artificial Intelligence -- posted at: 11:12am PDT

The AI In Industry podcast is often conducted over Skype, and this week's guest happens to be one of its early developers. Jaan Tallinn is recognized as sort of one of the technical leads behind Skype as a platform. I met Jaan while we were both doing round table sessions at the World Government Summit, and in this episode, I talk to Tallinn about a topic that we often don't get to cover on the podcast: the consequences of artificial general intelligence. Where's this going to take humanity in the next hundred years?

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Category:Artificial Intelligence -- posted at: 3:22pm PDT

In this episode of the AI in Industry podcast, we speak with Marshall Choy, VP of Product at SambaNova, an AI hardware firm based in the Bay Area. SambaNova was founded by a number of Oracle and Sun Micro Systems alumni. We speak with Choy on two fundamental questions:

  • How will business models fundamentally change with respect to new AI hardware capabilities?
  • How can business leaders think about their AI hardware needs?

SambaNova is one of many firms that's going to be advertising at the Kisaco Research AI Hardware Summit in Beijing June 4th and 5th.

Direct download: AI_in_Industry-Marshall_Choy-Mixdown_1.mp3
Category:Artificial Intelligence -- posted at: 8:50am PDT

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