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A podcast about the exponential growth of software, technology and AI and the impact it has on humanity with Dave Anderson. Is technology good or bad? Is it helping us or making us worse? What do we need to do to make our society, our parenting, are children aware of it's opportunity and it's shortcomings? They’re the questions some of the smartest people on earth are asking. And the truth is, nobody really knows for sure. A journey of curiosity, discovery, and occasional terror, as we searc ...
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For those that feel that we should be putting more attention toward AI that helps humanity, look no further. Dr Zain Khalpey is one of the best cardiac surgeons on the planet, and yet is restlessly looking at innovative ways to improve patient care. We have split this into two episodes. The summary is across both episodes: Dr. Zain Khalpey discusse…
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This episode delves into the pivotal role of "Data as a Product in the Age of AI," the importance of cross functional silo-busting and invaluable food for thought with a power-packed panel including : Randy Bean, the Godfather of CDAOs, a global authority on data analytics and author of “Fail Fast, Learn Faster: Lessons in Data-Driven Leadership in…
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Anders and Dave explore the impact of AI on various industries and the future of work. We discusse the potential for AI to significantly increase productivity and questions the need for more humans in organizations. The conversation also delves into the disruption of mundane tasks and the role of AI in fields like accounting and law. It explores th…
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Summary In this episode, the hosts are joined by Nick King, the founder of Data Kinetic, to discuss the role of AI in healthcare. Nick shares his experience of observing open heart surgery and highlights the complexity of the surgical process. They explore the importance of data in healthcare and the challenges of managing medical records. The conv…
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We are increasingly addicted to Mobile Devices and the Data.AI State of Mobile 2024 shows some pretty interesting research into our addictions. Takeaways App downloads were up 1%, to 257 Billion. That’s 489,000 apps downloaded per minute. Consumer spending hit a new high at $171 billion (+3% YoY) following a 2% YoY dip in 2022. That’s $325,000 per …
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In this episode, Dave and Ellie discuss the use of AI in businesses, focusing on Twilio's growth report. They highlight the high adoption rate of AI, the potential for customization and personalization, and the importance of ROI and experimentation. They also touch on concerns about data privacy and the impact of AI on the creative industry. The ep…
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The 2024 Contentsquare Digital Benchmarks Report offers a comprehensive analysis of the evolving digital landscape, providing invaluable insights for businesses aiming to navigate the complexities of online engagement and consumer behavior. Thousands of websites across a wide array of industries, highlighting key trends, performance metrics, and be…
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In our first summary episode for the series, let's take a look at an awesome report from Accenture, the "Pulse of Change Report 2024". My tope 3 highlights: 1) 88% of execs feel that 2024 will have a higher rate of change 2) Technology and AI are the single biggest driver of change 3) 52% of execs fear their organisation is not ready to adapt To do…
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Brian Solis is a digital analyst, speaker and author, and has recently joined ServiceNow as head of Global Innovation. We've been virtual friends for a long time, speaking on various stages together about disruption, innovation, culture and digital experiences. I found Brian headed to Melbourne, and I took the chance to grab him for 30 mins and ove…
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The story of Dynatrace is a remarkable one. If you listen to this podcast in the entirety you will hear the evolution, from early days, to success, to reinvention, to new scale. But what if the board didn't agree to let the company pivot, right when it was in the midst of leading the market? To allow itself to basically disrupt themselves. What if …
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Christine Yen is not like other CEO's. She's an engineer, that co-founded a company that has gone onto become, not just a leader in an industry, but also a company that defined the industry category - Observability. I have watched and admired the rise of Honeycomb from a very close vantage point. Formerly in my role at Dynatrace, who is also a lead…
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I'm going to go out on a limb and say "Michelle makes Privacy cool, maybe even oddly attractive." "If you have customers, or want customers, you really need to be thinking about privacy up front. It can no longer be an afterthought." Michelle Finneran Dennedy I’ve been thinking about privacy a fair bit. And in talking to some entrepreneurs, that ha…
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Beena Ammanath is a global thought leader in AI ethics and an award-winning senior technology executive with extensive experience in AI and digital transformation. In this podcast we talk to Beena about the evolution of AI, and draw some interesting conclusions on it's maturity, the challenges of adopting AI in companies, and what the future could …
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Mental health is something we don't really talk that much about. And yet, with the increase in social media, a pandemic that caused the biggest disruption to our work and life, and of course the constant fears now of an impending recession, mental health is just something we all should be talking more about. We just don't seem to ever talk about me…
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Working from home, remote working, back to the city, back to the grind, hybrid, virtual, deep breaths people. The way we worked was defined in the industrial revolution, where it was deemed we should roll our sleeves up 40 hours a week, Monday to Friday. And whilst we humans have argued one way or another for 4 day weeks and working from home, it t…
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Fancy having a movie made about how you transformed the way sport was played. Ari Kaplan is the inspiration behind the movie Moneyball. Today Ari is an evangelist for a leading AI platform - DataRobot, and in this podcast he sits down to discuss; - The infamous story behind the analytics revolution he started in MBL. - How he became a critical deci…
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Libby Trickett is an Australian Swimming Champion. With 4 Olympic Gold Medals to her name, across 3 Olympic games, the last games in London in 2012, Libby is simply ‘elite’. But life after the pool wasn’t so easy on her. She has openly discussed her mental struggles in her transition from the pool to a working life, and again in this podcast, goes …
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Every company is a software company. Every company needs to transform, to continuously innovate, drive efficiency blah blah blah blah. That's what you think when you think digital transformation right? blah blah. But Rich Nanda brings a fresh perspective because he is a believer in continuous change. He is a principle at Deloitte Consulting and the…
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Why are we trying to fly to Mars, when outside our window there is an amazing ecosystem of everything that we know next to nothing about? What happens when you turn your most powerful machines and minds to understanding the genetic make up of everything? This conversation is, just like the study of our planet, will make you stare in amazement, laug…
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Sean Plankey is a cybersecurity consultant working for Boston based AI firm DataRobot. In his past, he has worked under the Trump Administration as a cybersecurity expert, helping shape US foreign policy on both defensive and offensive cyber initiatives. Some of his policies formed in his time in government, exist to this day. In this podcast we de…
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t’s David vs Goliath. They say take care to take on Goliath, but in the tech world that’s just what companies have been doing, differentiating their service offering through superior CX/UX, agile delivery and AI. This story is a cool one, where we are joined my Co-Managing Director Matt Heine. What did and didn’t surprise me, was that Matt naturall…
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Jana is the CEO of AI company Nara Logics. Having worked in software dev and AI for more years than she cares to admit, this is an extremely insightful conversation around the why behind AI, how to approach it, and the value that AI brings. Importantly the difference between explainability and understandability. Jana brings a simple methodology to …
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Gene Kim is the co-author of the Phoenix Project and the Unicorn Project. Anyone involved in software development has read his books, or have heard him speak. Those that haven't, probably haven't fully appreciated the effort it takes to ship quality software that we use everyday. In this podcast Gene talks about the evolution of DevOps, his favouri…
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Cade Metz is a New York Time Journalist and author of Genius Makers, which details the modern history of AI. This conversation covers a number of interesting topics; The ethical ideology of AI leaders including Google, Microsoft and Facebook. How they acquired AI, what they've done with it, what they might do with it. Why did everyone choose to sel…
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Ellen Broad joins the Tech Seeking Human Podcast to talk about elements of her book "Made by Humans, the AI Condition", including the future of AI, the limitations of AI, bias, explainability, and electric vehicles that are not yet ready for Kangaroos. She is an advisor on the Australian Governments Data Advisory Council, hails from Perth, Western …
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Your personal data is safe and sound. Protected by ethical companies with no real reason to sell it, manipulate it, and extract it. It's grouped into categories, for which ads are served, decisions are made, benefits are realized and options are offered. These companies are governed by ethical foundations, with principles around what should and sho…
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BBC Presenter, Podcaster, Author, Mathematician, and self confessed geek, Hannah Fry joins the podcast to talk about renovations, super computers, 5G connected cows and whether scientists (or farmers) can predict the sex of calves. Eventually we move onto serious topics topics like tracking cookies, facial recognition, and the future of AI. There j…
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The world knows Siri. It revolutionised how we interact with AI. Adam Cheyer is the co-founder of Siri. In this conversation, Adam shares his story on being approached by Steve Jobs, turning down and offer to join Apple, and eventually partnering to bring Siri to the world. He shares the origins of Siri, his vision for it, and more generally his th…
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The future of life - AI could be the best thing or the worst thing that can happen to humanity. We have less than 50% probability of society surviving the next 50 years. Max Tegmark, a leading scientist and authority on AI, is adamant that the future we want, is the future we need to design. This isn't science fiction. Max founded the 'Future of Li…
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“We’ve been told a lie.” Analysis of quantitive data will tell you what you already know. ‘Humanising data’, shifting from data collection to data understanding, and finding meaning, could make or break your company. Tricia Wang is a tech ethnographer, studying the behaviour of how people analyze data using technology, and in this podcast she share…
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