Best Virtualreality podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Learn what's possible - and what's working - with artificial intelligence in the enterprise. Each week, Emerj founder Dan Faggella interviews top AI and machine learning-focused executives and researchers in sectors like Pharma, Banking, Retail, Defense, and more. Discover trends, learn about what's working now, and learn how to adapt and thrive in an era of AI disruption. Be sure to subscribe to "AI in Industry."
 
Everything VR & AR is a weekly podcast covering technologists, enthusiasts, and companies with real world deployments of virtual reality and augmented reality experiences. Learn from interviews with the leaders in gaming, entertainment, productivity, enterprise, social, education, medicine, software, hardware, psychology and more. This podcast covers everything that is VR and AR including the hottest topics and news in virtual reality and augmented reality. Nathan Pettyjohn, Founder of the V ...
 
Into The Deep is a podcast from HandsomePhantom.com all about PlayStation VR! We love virtual reality as a whole, and we know that Sony is pushing the boundaries forward with PSVR! Join us as we explore PSVR news, games, experiences and more!
 
Conversations with people who are making a difference in the Internet of Things. These are the leading thinkers involved in driving and dealing with a connected world of billions of smart devices. Voices include executives at brands and ad agencies and business leaders across multiple industries. Subjects discussed include The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, autonomous vehicles, wearable devices and smart home appliances, among others.
 
Start your Sunday off right: visit cultural highlights from across London, get to know the weekend’s must-read and note down some culinary tips from those in the know. Plus: in-depth analysis of the weekend papers and discussions between the art world’s leading figures.
 
Can I use blockhain technology? Will artificial intelligence take over my career? What exactly is "Machine Learning"? These are some of the questions „SHIFT – Living in the Digital Age“ tries to answer. The program focuses on a single topic – in depth and in detail. We talk to experts, present the key facts and explain complicated subjects in a simple manner. SHIFT – substantial, never superficial.
 
This Week: The Musical - Topical comedy tech news podcast featuring songs, sketches, silliness and special guests. Brought to you by LJ Rich and Leila Johnston.
 
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We walk the route that allied forces took when liberating Europe during the Second World War. Plus: long-forgotten writers, organ-donor recipients and the weekend papers.
 
Printing your own spare parts instead of throwing things away - 3D printing is sustainable. However, weapons can also easily be made at home - a dangerous aspect of 3D printing. Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
 
3D printers can use two very different techniques. However, they have one thing in common: The material used in the printer must be liquifiable. Nozzles then apply the liquid one tiny layer at a time.
 
If one wants to start a general search engine, they're going to have to compete with Google. If one wants to start a general eCommerce platform, they'll have to compete with Amazon. But the same dynamics play out on a smaller scale. There are going to be some established players, some big tech giant, be it IBM or someone else, who already has a ...…
 
A conversation with Robert Policano, Product Manager at the Dragon Drive Innovation Showcase at Nuance Communications. Robert has held several positions at Mercedes Benz USA, including Marketing Director, Product Manager of Service Contracts, and Product Manager of Telematics, as well as Global Strategy and Planning at Daimler. At Nuance, Rober ...…
 
As the Theatres At Risk Register is released, we discuss the importance of these venues. Plus: one of the UK’s most famous ships, political cartoons and where best to drink wine.
 
A lot of AI in the press is CMOs or marketing people talking about what a company can do in a way that really is aspirational. They're speaking about what they can do, but in reality, the things that they're talking about, the capabilities won't be unlocked for maybe a year or more. These are just things on the technology road map, but people s ...…
 
We discuss how superyacht owners can save the world. Plus: we celebrate black and brown cultural innovators and try food from Asturias.
 
This week we interview a leader at Facebook. Jason Sundram is the lead of World.ai at Facebook, which is one of their efforts to work with public data around roads and population and other projects of that kind. But Sundram is also highly involved in the Boston office here, where Facebook will soon have around 650 employees. Many of them focus ...…
 
We discuss how artists keep from going stale and try to identify the secrets behind perfect choreography. Plus: the story of Madame Tussaud, the weekend papers and how to kick the January blues.
 
One of the promises of artificial intelligence is aiding humans in making smarter decisions. Whether it's in pharma, retail, or eCommerce companies, the idea of being able to pool together streams of data and coax out the insights that would help make the best call for the organization to reach its goals is the promise of artificial intelligenc ...…
 
As Brexit, in one form or other, edges ever closer, we examine the plight of refugees in the UK through a play. Plus: Middle Eastern art, the power of the termite and some alcohol-free gin and tonic.
 
Sales is a big part of any sort of B2B firm. We speak this week with Micha Breakstone, co-founder of Chorus.ai. He holds a PhD in Cognitive Sciences from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and prior to starting his own company, he studied for a few years at MIT and was working on NLP at Intel. He speaks with us this week about where AI is bein ...…
 
The academic-turned-businesswoman Veronica Orvalho has created software called My Didimo that enables anyone to create an avatar that can speak and move in a virtual world at a click and in just a few seconds.
 
We take a cultural tour of the world as we visit the London Borough of Culture and the Chinese Arts Now festival. Plus: the art of flight, weekend papers and how London’s most famous bar in the 1990s has had a revamp.
 
Thanks for being a subscriber to Into The Deep. If you like this show, check out our new flagship gaming podcast, The HP Podcast! Here's a taste with Episode 1! iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hp-podcast/id1448662579?mt=2 Android or other apps: https://www.handsomephantom.com/the-hp-podcast/…
 
Close to a year ago, we had an interview here on the AI in Industry podcast with Jeremy Barnes of Element AI. We visited their headquarters in Montreal, and we'd interviewed Yoshua Bengio a couple years before that. Jeremy had brought up one point in that interview that I really like and that transfers its way into this conversation, which is t ...…
 
Welcome to This Week: The Musical - #ThisWeekTM - the topical tech and social media news show enhanced with songs and comedy sketches. Let us help you get 2019 sorted! You’ll be up to speed in less than a minute with our consumer tech roundup from Las Vegas’ giant tech conference CES. And for those of us too tired to make New Years resolutions, ...…
 
On his Instagram account, 24-year-old James Trevino of Romania explores how visually powerful good literature can be: he creates bizarrely imaginative sculptures with his 1150 books.
 
We discuss the London International Mime Festival 2019 and meet Adam Szabo the Managing Director of the Manchester Collective. Plus: we try Calvados and go through the weekend papers.
 
Episode Summary: Recently, we were called upon by the World Bank to do a good deal of research on the potential of applying artificial intelligence to health data in the developing world. Diagnostics was a very big focus of the information that we presented. It appears as though diagnostics is an area of great promise with regards to AI, and th ...…
 
We celebrate a year of ‘Sunday Brunch’ with highlights from 2018: how a song changed a brand, the vegan revolution and how art has changed in the century since the First World War.
 
Artificial intelligence plays a role in the future of retail in terms of a deeper understanding of customers going beyond intuition. This week, we speak with Pedro Alves, CEO of a company called Ople, based in San Francisco. Alves was previously the Head of Data Science at a number of companies in addition to being Director of Data Science at S ...…
 
Tithi Tewari, Managing Director & Founder of SmartVizX is our guest this episode. SmartVizX is transforming the design experience for the building industry, and has developed a product called Trezi, that aims to become the leading immersive design collaboration platform for the building industry that brings together all stakeholders in the desi ...…
 
As the big day approaches, we’ve got some last-minute tips for the perfect feast, as well as the best drinks to match. Plus: festive weekend papers and the power of ice.
 
A lot of machine learning applications in business can be boiled down to some form of decision support. There are big decisions like deciding whether or not to merge or acquire another company, and there might be smaller decisions like whether or not a tumor has enough traits that make it seem like it's worth a surgical procedure or if it's wor ...…
 
On this episode we are joined by Lou Pushelberg, the Founder of Circuit Stream. Circuit Stream is unique in its two-pronged approach: education for individuals to develop their VR/AR programming skills and dive into this exciting industry; and app development for businesses. Circuit Stream has built a VR training app for Vantage Airport Group, ...…
 
Welcome to This Week: The Musical, the topical show where The 2 LJs musically enhance tech news and social media stories. We've a feast of festive songs to tuck into, whether you're stuck behind a screen, shopping for high-tech gifts, or remembering departed science-fiction heroes. Includes lighthearted analysis, Santa's answering machine, and ...…
 
A conversation with Dave Hopping, President, Building Technologies Division, Siemens. Recorded at the Siemens Connects Conference in Princeton, New Jersey.
 
We spoke with Robert Golladay, General Manager, Europe at CognitiveScale, which offers AI software that helps both wealth advisors personalize insights and identify new opportunities for clients. According to Golladay, AI is being applied to wealth management services in two areas today: Personalization: Helping financial advisors identify the ...…
 
Political views are playing an increasingly important part in selecting a partner. The US now even has dating sites aimed exclusively at affiliates of a certain party or conviction.
 
This week, we're going to be talking about the defense sector. We interview Ryan Welch, CEO of Kyndi, a company working on explainable AI. We focus specifically on the unique data challenges of the defense industry, as well as the general use case of AI in defense writ large. Many of the challenges that the defense sector has to deal with trans ...…
 
We meet two artists who traverse genres. Plus: how to bring joy to your everyday, weekend papers and we try some British savoury buns.
 
At this time of year, many of us turn our backs on local shopkeepers, and opt for online retail giants instead. But no crime goes unpunished, and without a heavy basket weighing us down and wielding money that may as well be pretend, it's all too easy to get carried away. Welcome to our online shopping late capitalism retail crisis song. For th ...…
 
Michael Neely, Lead Instructor for the VR/AR Design & Development program at Vancouver Film School which is launching in Spring 2019, is our guest on this episode. The VR/AR Design & Development program is built to cater to all aspects of VR and AR visualization beyond just film. Michael talks about the philosophy of the program and how VFS is ...…
 
Get in the festive spirit for a special edition of the show, broadcast live from The Monocle Christmas Market in Zürich. Raclette at the ready.
 
Whether we're talking about customer service, marketing, or building developer teams, what we try to do on our AI in Industry podcast is bring to bear lessons that are transferable. There are few more transferrable ideas than what makes a company ready to adopt AI. When it comes to the willingness and the ability to integrate AI into a company ...…
 
Dr. Danny Goel joins us on this episode of the Everything VR & AR Podcast. Dr. Goel is the Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer at Precision OS and is a Consultant, Shoulder Surgeon and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia Department of Orthopedic Surgery. We discuss how Precision OS is using virtual reality to del ...…
 
Welcome to the first ever episode of This Week: The Musical, a new show where The 2 LJs musically enhance the week’s tech news and social media stories in song. Ever wonder how the Spice Girls would sound if Victoria Beckham was replaced by an android? Or what Pikachu *really* sounds like, when no one’s listening? Plus lighthearted analysis and ...…
 
A conversation with Raj Batra, President, Digital Factory, at Siemens. Recorded at the Siemens Connects Conference in Princeton, New Jersey.
 
A conversation with John Ronco, Vice President and General Manager, Embedded and Auto Line of Business, at Arm. Recoded at the annual Arm TechCon in San Jose, California.
 
Episode Summary: This week we talk to Alejandro Giacometti, the data science lead at a company called EDITED, based in London. The company claims to help retailers with inventory optimization, and we speak with Alejandro about how artificial intelligence can be used to search the web for the product clusters and individual products of major ret ...…
 
In this special edition of the show, we are live from our London Christmas Market 2018.
 
Erik Murphy-Chutorian is the founder and CEO of 8th Wall, which is building a cross-platform solution for developers to build augmented reality applications on all mobile devices. Erik has deep expertise in computer vision, imaging infrastructure, data analysis and full-stack/mobile product development. Prior to founding 8th Wall, he worked at ...…
 
Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle offers free German langue courses online for beginner, intermediate and advanced leaners. Brush up your German language skills with videos and podcasts.
 
Abdullah Karam was forced to flee from Syria. The computer game Path Out lets players experience his ordeal.
 
Some businesses are going to require a sea change in the way that their computation works and the kinds of computing power that they're leveraging to do what they need to do with artificial intelligence. Others might not need an upgrade in hardware in the near term to do what they want to do with AI. What's the difference? That's the question t ...…
 
We look at how sound can be used in two different ways: to commemorate the outbreak of the Spanish flu and to help refugees. Plus: job satisfaction, the weekend papers and Ecuadorian cacao.
 
Our guest is Erika Barraza, Founder/CEO of Emerging Visual Realities, Inc., which is a decentralized marketplace for Digital Publishers and creators to sell, syndicate, and manage content teams and digital rights of virtual and augmented reality content. We talk in depth about how EVRealities is creating a new ecosystem for creators, and why th ...…
 
We speak this week with Aneesh Reddy, cofounder and CEO of Capillary Technologies. Capillary is a rather large firm based in Singapore. Aneesh is in Bangalore himself. The firm focuses on machine vision applications in the retail environment. How do we instrument a physical retail space so that, with cameras, we can pick up on the same kind of ...…
 
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