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Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
 
With a new episode every Wednesday morning, the Climate 21 podcast is a weekly podcast that showcases best practices and thought leadership in greenhouse gas emissions reductions. Host Tom Raftery interviews climate change experts, executives from companies rolling out the best climate initiatives, and other stakeholders in the space to educate and inspire everyone to action.
 
flowful meets… is a podcast that gives a platform to all those wonderful people, projects, organisations and enterprises out there that contribute in whatever way to better world. This can be about veganism, energy, consumption, permaculture or even community living or a zero waste lifestyle. The podcast talks about how easy it is to contribute to a change but doesn’t sugarcoat the challenges you have to face. On flowful meets… people share how to learn from mistakes and how they keep motivated.
 
Welcome to the Gossip About Gossip Podcast! Join us to learn about the future of distributed ledger technology #DLT and how it will impact you or your industry. Paul Madsen and our rotating hosts will guide you through the business, technical and practical aspects of this exciting industry, sharing different perspectives and interviewing key leaders in the field. We'll focus on providing entrepreneurs, developers, crypto enthusiasts and those interested in learning more about the field with ...
 
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I came across a post by famed Dutch researcher Auke Hoekstra (@AukeHoekstra on Twitter) showing that a 100% renewable energy grid by 2050 or before is entirely feasible, according to the best available science. I've known intuitively that this has been possible for some time, but to have it shown in peer reviewed science is something else entirely.…
 
Today we’re joined by Vidyut Naware, the director of machine learning and artificial intelligence at Paypal. As the leader of the ML/AI organization at Paypal, Vidyut is responsible for all things applied, from R&D to MLOps infrastructure. In our conversation, we explore the work being done in four major categories, hardware/compute, data, applied …
 
The automotive industry has been responsible for its fair share of historical and ongoing emissions. Many of the manufacturers are now realising that this is not sustainable (in both senses of the term). Catena X was formed to help help address some of the challenges the automotive industry are facing - including those related to emissions, and sus…
 
Today we’re back with another installment of our Data-Centric AI series, joined by Wendy Foster, a director of engineering & data science at Shopify. In our conversation with Wendy, we explore the differences between data-centric and model-centric approaches and how they manifest at Shopify, including on her team, which is responsible for utilizing…
 
Nuclear power can potentially help reduce the emissions associated with power generation. However, there are well known issues with nuclear - primarily its cost, the time to develop a nuclear power plant, and the highly radioactive waste it generates. Curio is a hugely ambitious company working to tackle two of these three problems. I invited Ed Mc…
 
Today we’re joined by Bayan Bruss, a Sr. director of applied ML research at Capital One. In our conversation with Bayan, we dig into his work in applying various deep learning techniques to tabular data, including taking advancements made in other areas like graph CNNs and other traditional graph mining algorithms and applying them to financial ser…
 
The idea of using carbon offsets to reduce your climate emissions is one that is often controversial. Patch is a platform dedicated to making it easier for organisations to buy and sell carbon credits. I invited Brennan Spellacy (BSpellacy_ on Twitter) to come on the podcast to tell me more. We had a cool conversation. I pushed back on Brennan on s…
 
Today we’re joined by Orit Peleg, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Orit’s work focuses on understanding the behavior of disordered living systems, by merging tools from physics, biology, engineering, and computer science. In our conversation, we discuss how Orit found herself exploring problems of swarming behaviors an…
 
Systemic change is needed to fix the climate. Piecemeal regulations won't cut it. One woman who is working on fixing this is Maya van Rossum. She's the founder of For The Generations, an organisation working to get constitutions to pass a Green Amendment passed to guarantee a right to clean air, clean water, healthy environments, and a stable clima…
 
In this extra special episode of the TWIML AI Podcast, a friend of the show John Bohannon leads a jam-packed conversation with Hugging Face’s recently appointed head of research Douwe Kiela. In our conversation with Douwe, we explore his role at the company, how his perception of Hugging Face has changed since joining, and what research entails at …
 
The circular economy is growing in importance. Retail is particularly sensitive to this given how younger generations are being far more sensitive to sustainability issues in their purchase decisions. With this in mind, I invited circularity consultant Juli Lassow of JHL Solutions to come on the podcast. We had a scintillating conversation covering…
 
Today we’re joined by Bill Vass, a VP of engineering at Amazon Web Services. Bill spoke at the most recent AWS re:MARS conference, where he delivered an engineering Keynote focused on some recent updates to Amazon sagemaker, including its support for synthetic data generation. In our conversation, we discussed all things synthetic data, including t…
 
Today we’re joined by Jeff Gehlhaar, vice president of technology at Qualcomm Technologies. In our annual conversation with Jeff, we dig into the relationship between Jeff’s team on the product side and the research team, many of whom we’ve had on the podcast over the last few years. We discuss the challenges of real-world neural network deployment…
 
A finales de julio, concluimos nuestro programa de verano #WeServeFellows, pero no sin antes entrevistar a dos de nuestros fellows, Alana Rodríguez y Wilfrido Ramos, quienes conversaron con Felipe Grosso, V2Aer y egresado del programa en el 2020. En este episodio de #V2Apodcast, nos revelan sus experiencias, las lecciones aprendidas y por qué no de…
 
Today we close out our ICML 2022 coverage joined by Sharad Goel, a professor of public policy at Harvard University. In our conversation with Sharad, we discuss his Outstanding Paper award winner Causal Conceptions of Fairness and their Consequences, which seeks to understand what it means to apply causality to the idea of fairness in ML. We explor…
 
In this behind-the-scenes episode we caught up with TJ Martin of Abstrax Tech to discuss their research into Cannabis extracts and the chemistry that impacts the plant’s aromas and flavors. We talk about their discovery of a family of sulfur compounds in Cannabis that are largely responsible for the skunk smell of Cannabis. We also discussed their …
 
Today we continue our ICML coverage joined by Melika Payvand, a research scientist at the Institute of Neuroinformatics at the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich. Melika spoke at the Hardware Aware Efficient Training (HAET) Workshop, delivering a keynote on Brain-inspired hardware and algorithm co-design for low power online training on the edge. …
 
The aviation industry is one the hardest to decarbonise. One way to get its climate emissions down in the short term is to use sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). One company in this space has come up with a plant that can not only produce oil that can be used to create SAF, but it can do so in a way that is economically advantageous for the farmer, …
 
Today we’re joined by Arash Behboodi, a machine learning researcher at Qualcomm Technologies. In our conversation with Arash, we explore his paper Equivariant Priors for Compressed Sensing with Unknown Orientation, which proposes using equivariant generative models as a prior means to show that signals with unknown orientations can be recovered wit…
 
Is climate a driving force for Digital Transformation in companies? And what role does sourcing and procurement play? In early 2022, Economist Impact conducted a global survey of 430 C-level executives across various organisational functions to explore how their businesses and industries are transforming procurement to meet existing and emerging ch…
 
Today we continue our Data-Centric AI Series joined by Audrey Smith, the COO at MLtwist, and a recent participant in our panel on DCAI. In our conversation, we do a deep dive into data labeling for ML, exploring the typical journey for an organization to get started with labeling, her experience when making decisions around in-house vs outsourced l…
 
Machine Learning is great for helping us surface new series on Netflix, for helping us search through the thousands of photos on your phone to find that one of the cute cat you took a picture of all those months ago, or for things such as fraud detection by banks, but can it be used to impact the physical environment to help reduce climate emission…
 
Today we’re joined by Richard Socher, the CEO of You.com. In our conversation with Richard, we explore the inspiration and motivation behind the You.com search engine, and how it differs from the traditional google search engine experience. We discuss some of the various ways that machine learning is used across the platform including how they surf…
 
The climate news about China seems to be consistently contradictory. On the one hand, we hear how China is responsible for high levels of emissions, while on the other we hear how China is leaping ahead in its deployments of renewables. Where does the truth lie? I invited Daniel Berger of EAC who has been based in China for the last 20 years to com…
 
Today we wrap up our coverage of the 2022 CVPR conference joined by Aljosa Osep, a postdoc at the Technical University of Munich & Carnegie Mellon University. In our conversation with Aljosa, we explore his broader research interests in achieving robot vision, and his vision for what it will look like when that goal is achieved. The first paper we …
 
In this behind-the-scenes interview we speak with Elana Goldberg, CEO of The Cannigma, an educational website focused on bringing readers scientifically-backed and reliable information about Cannabis. In our discussion we talk Elana’s history as a content creator and journalist working for The Jerusalem Post, the early days of The Cannigma and how …
 
Creating a narrative is all-important in any sphere. All the more so in the climate space where the stakes are perilously high, and as we heard in last week's episode, climate anxiety is becoming a very real thing. To explore the topic of storytelling, particularly as it pertains to climate I invited multiple award-winning journalist, British Forei…
 
Today we continue our CVPR series joined by Kate Saenko, an associate professor at Boston University and a consulting professor for the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab. In our conversation with Kate, we explore her research in multimodal learning, which she spoke about at the Multimodal Learning and Applications Workshop, one of a whopping 6 workshops she sp…
 
So we're hearing more about Climate Anxiety these days - particularly among the younger generations who will have to live with the damage we have wrought on our climate far longer than the rest of us. To talk a little about this, I invited Grist Staff Writer Kate Yoder to come on the podcast to talk about it. We had a fascinating conversation discu…
 
Today we kick off our annual coverage of the CVPR conference joined by Fatih Porikli, Senior Director of Engineering at Qualcomm AI Research. In our conversation with Fatih, we explore a trio of CVPR-accepted papers, as well as a pair of upcoming workshops at the event. The first paper, Panoptic, Instance and Semantic Relations: A Relational Contex…
 
In this behind-the-scenes episode we join up with Alisia Ratliff once again, this time joined by her husband Chris as we catch up and learn about the work they are doing in their consulting agency, Victus Consulting Ventures. We dive into a number of topics including the science of surfactants for Cannabis products, lessons learned from years of Ca…
 
Gracias por acompañarnos en un nuevo podcast de V2A Consulting. En nuestra primera parte, estábamos conversando sobre los objetivos que persigue la Reforma del Servicio Público, la razón por la cual tanto la Junta como el Gobierno central la están apoyando y alguno de los retos que se encontraron durante la implementación del piloto en la Oficina d…
 
Gracias por acompañarnos en este nuevo podcast de V2A Consulting donde estaremos dialogando sobre la importancia de la Reforma del Servicio Público donde contamos Arnaldo Cruz, director de Investigación y Política Pública de la Junta de Supervisión y Administración Financiera para Puerto Rico. En esta primera intervención, nos enfocaremos en entend…
 
Creating lithium-ion batteries is a hugely energy-intensive process and consequently, battery-electric cars take approximately 17,000km to repay their carbon debt. Nanoramic Laboratories has come up with a way to reduce by over 30% the amount of energy required to manufacture lithium-ion batteries, while at the same time making them more energy-den…
 
Get in on the biggest Cannabis science education event of the year! Spend 15 weeks learning alongside over a dozen of the Cannabis industry’s leading scientists, clinicians and industry professionals as we dive deep into the science of Cannabis, cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system! Learn more at http://ultimate.cacpodcast.com/…
 
Today we’re joined by Adam Wood, Director of Data Governance and Data Quality at Mastercard. In our conversation with Adam, we explore the challenges that come along with data governance at a global scale, including dealing with regional regulations like GDPR and federating records at scale. We discuss the role of feature stores in keeping track of…
 
Following on from last week's episode of the podcast where I talked to Rebellious Foods about their plant-based chicken, in this week's episode I talk to Jacob von Manteuffel, co-founder of Bettaf!sh, a company making plant-based tuna (or Tu-Nah, as they call it!). We had a fascinating conversation talking about what plants Bettafish uses (seaweed)…
 
In the latest installment of our Data-Centric AI series, we’re joined by a friend of the show Mike Del Balso, Co-founder and CEO of Tecton. If you’ve heard any of our other conversations with Mike, you know we spend a lot of time discussing feature stores, or as he now refers to them, feature platforms. We explore the current complexity of data inf…
 
Chicken makes up an increasing part of the food we eat. Chicken production is polluting, cruel, and causes significant emissions. One company looking to address this issue is Rebellyous Foods. They have come up with a way to produce plant-based meat, which looks like chicken, tastes like chicken, and is similarly priced to chicken. To find out more…
 
Today we continue our Data-centric AI series joined by Shayan Mohanty, CEO at Watchful. In our conversation with Shayan, we focus on the data labeling aspect of the machine learning process, and ways that a data-centric approach could add value and reduce cost by multiple orders of magnitude. Shayan helps us define “data-centric”, while discussing …
 
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