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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 ...
 
Shining a light on the brilliant Restaurant Marketers behind our favorite brands. Get inspired with innovative brand building, guest engagement, and revenue-driving strategies. Join host Jen Kern, long-time CMO, as she dishes with leading restaurant marketing pros who are elevating their game and careers by staying agile in the face of uncertainty to help their brands shine and prosper.
 
When it comes to technology, you may have questions. So do we. Every other week, we demystify the tech industry, one answer at a time. Join us as we bring together a chorus of perspectives from within Red Hat to break down the big, emerging ideas that matter both today and beyond. Compiler is hosted by Angela Andrews and Brent Simoneaux. Learn more about our show at redhat.com/en/compiler-podcast
 
In today’s fast-paced world, your team is your ultimate competitive advantage. Discover how to create a high-performance marketing team by joining Ty Hayes as he interviews leading CMOs, authors and experts at the top of their game. You’ll explore the dynamic team structures, agile practices, leadership and culture behind some of the world’s most successful brands and the teams driving their marketing. If you’re a marketer looking to enhance your leadership and boost your team’s capability, ...
 
In the hunt for video and mobile game production insights, Liam Wickham talks to as many game producers, product managers, heads of production, studio bosses etc as he can get his hands on. This is all part of Liam's quest to enable games industry professionals to plan better, lead better and stop the crunch culture, through building a community of support, knowledge and training. Take a look at game-production.com for articles, videos and more. Don't be a lonely games producer anymore. Look ...
 
Im #SeriousGamesPodcast geht es um interaktive Methoden und Interventionen für Meetings, Workshops, Trainings und Konferenzen. Je nach Gesprächspartner:in erscheint der Podcast in deutscher oder englischer Sprache. — The #SeriousGamesPodcast is about interactive methods and serious games for meetings, workshops, trainings and conferences. Depending on the discussion partner an episode will be published in German or English language.
 
Always learning, always growing, and always sharing with others, host Karl Sterling brings you conversations with extraordinary experts! We hope you enjoy our interviews. Karl works as a neurorehabilitation specialist based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® education program. While his extensive experience as a trainer includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders ...
 
Nothing left on Netflix and missing the exchange with your network of friends, colleagues and other professionals? I miss it a lot. And as bars and cafes are closed, conferences canceled and we are all socially distanced, this podcast is my way to drink - and learn and bringing my network to life. My goal is to inspire and get inspired by exchanging honest stories about career and character building, about failing, success, purpose finding, learning, leadership and driving positive change. N ...
 
The Thoughts for Tuesday podcast series is designed for the practical executive who is looking for pragmatic, bite-sized and thought-provoking advice and insights that will help him or her raise their game. Originally a beloved blog written by our CEO and former award-winning journalist, Thoughts for Tuesday the Podcast is a more accessible way to inspire great leadership through stories, original research, and easy to follow actionable advice.
 
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This time on Ignite Agility Angela welcomes Laura from Jackbox Games to discuss how Scrum helps them develop and deliver games that people love. Can Scrum language become a problem? How does a Scrum Master work with an organization to use Scrum to actually get things done?By Collaborative Leadership Team
 
Today we’re joined by Yanshuai Cao, a senior research team lead at Borealis AI. In our conversation with Yanshuai, we explore his work on Turing, their natural language to SQL engine that allows users to get insights from relational databases without having to write code. We do a bit of compare and contrast with the recently released Codex Model fr…
 
Software development teams often reach a crossroads. Should they perform maintenance and address bug issues, or add new features to satisfy users? The former isn’t as exciting, but sometimes the most important work is invisible to those who reap the benefits. For now, the project has been released, and everyone wants to celebrate. But there’s an el…
 
Many of us grew up and built our careers in the corporate world with countless ups and downs on our way. My guest today from Hong Kong is definitely one of us - Andy Chiu. Andy experienced the culture of L'Oréal and Mercedes Benz before he learned that wearing a suit is not the definition of being successful. He followed his true passion and landed…
 
Adore Beauty CMO reveals how they created a #1 podcast and their data-driven approach to growth. Responsible for company growth, brand and data, Dan Ferguson has led high and sustained rates of new customer acquisition through enhanced analytics and marketing initiatives including multiple new channels and the launch of Adore Beauty’s podcast Beaut…
 
Today we’re joined by Yejin Choi, a professor at the University of Washington. We had the pleasure of catching up with Yejin after her keynote interview at the recent Stanford HAI “Foundational Models” workshop. In our conversation, we explore her work at the intersection of natural language generation and common sense reasoning, including how she …
 
Today we’re joined by Konrad Tollmar, research director at Electronic Arts and an associate professor at KTH. In our conversation, we explore his role as the lead of EA’s applied research team SEED and the ways that they’re applying ML/AI across popular franchises like Apex Legends, Madden, and FIFA. We break down a few papers focused on the applic…
 
Matt Allison, Managing Director at Ubiquity Lab, joins us on this week’s podcast. Matt has a unique perspective on content marketing, having built global teams in-house and through his work as an external advisor to CMOs. We discussed the following topics: How content marketing has changed; The content marketing skills required to be successful tod…
 
Today we’re joined by Kai-Fu Lee, chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures and author of AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future. In AI 2041, Kai-Fu and co-author Chen Qiufan tell the story of how AI could shape our future through a series of 10 “scientific fiction” short stories. In our conversation with Kai-Fu, we explore why he chose 20 years as the …
 
Today we’re joined by Daniela Rus, director of CSAIL & Deputy Dean of Research at MIT. In our conversation with Daniela, we explore the history of CSAIL, her role as director of one of the most prestigious computer science labs in the world, how she defines robots, and her take on the current AI for robotics landscape. We also discuss some of her r…
 
Interviewing for a job is often a stressful process. Most people don’t enjoy the inherent judgment involved. Being prepared helps—but what exactly are you preparing for? There isn’t a single interview process that covers the whole tech industry, not even for technical positions alone. But they do have elements in common. Whiteboard exercises and ve…
 
Todays guest is one of the leading trend researchers Peter Wippermann. Peter tells the story how he became a researcher who's job it is to model the future and shares a lot of findings out of his studies. I personally liked his view not focussing on single fast paced trends, but building baselines on five dimensions to measure developments over tim…
 
Today we’re joined by Alexander Richard, a research scientist at Facebook Reality Labs, and recipient of the ICLR Best Paper Award for his paper “Neural Synthesis of Binaural Speech From Mono Audio.” We begin our conversation with a look into the charter of Facebook Reality Labs, and Alex’s specific Codec Avatar project, where they’re developing AR…
 
Today we’re joined by Alona Fyshe, an assistant professor at the University of Alberta. We caught up with Alona on the heels of an interesting panel discussion that she participated in, centered around improving AI systems using research about brain activity. In our conversation, we explore the multiple types of brain images that are used in this r…
 
Today's female CEO super-star, Betsy Hamm, joins Restaurants Reinvented to talk about franchise marketing, branding, community involvement, empathetic leadership, & so much more! Betsy is the new CEO of Duck Donuts, a successful donut shop franchise with 100+ stores worldwide. She entered the restaurant industry after working at Hershey Foods for 1…
 
This episode is a continuation of our interview with Peter Wiley, co-founder of two fast-casual chains and a technology superstar. We drill into today’s reality of technology in restaurants - Peter provides a great modern, fresh example of how busy operators can integrate fast, scalable tech into their daily operations to streamline both internal a…
 
Today we’re joined by Samory Kpotufe, an associate professor at Columbia University and program chair of the 2021 Conference on Learning Theory (COLT). In our conversation with Samory, we explore his research at the intersection of machine learning, statistics, and learning theory, and his goal of reaching self-tuning, adaptive algorithms. We discu…
 
Today we’re joined by Eric Rice, associate professor at USC, and the co-director of the USC Center for Artificial Intelligence in Society. Eric is a sociologist by trade, and in our conversation, we explore how he has made extensive inroads within the machine learning community through collaborations with ML academics and researchers. We discuss so…
 
From button-mashing brawlers to massive battle royales, there’s a lot of fun to be had in online gaming. That is, if players’ connections are reliable. If you’ve ever dealt with input delay, or wrestled with lag, you know how important a quality connection is in online gaming. But with edge computing on the horizon, what impact might there be on ho…
 
Today we’re joined by José Miguel Hernández-Lobato, a university lecturer in machine learning at the University of Cambridge. In our conversation with Miguel, we explore his work at the intersection of Bayesian learning and deep learning. We discuss how he’s been applying this to the field of molecular design and discovery via two different methods…
 
Today we’re joined by return guest Greg Brockman, co-founder and CTO of OpenAI. We had the pleasure of reconnecting with Greg on the heels of the announcement of Codex, OpenAI’s most recent release. Codex is a direct descendant of GPT-3 that allows users to do autocomplete tasks based on all of the publicly available text and code on the internet. …
 
Today we’re joined by Rose Yu, an assistant professor at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego. Rose’s research focuses on advancing machine learning algorithms and methods for analyzing large-scale time-series and spatial-temporal data, then applying those developments to climate, transportation, and other physical sciences. We discuss …
 
Everyone slowly starts coming back from their summer breaks and I hope that all of you had some quality time with your loved ones and enough time to spend for things you enjoy, like your hobbies - which is also the topic of todays podcast. My guest is Jon Rissik, CEO of Dovetail games. He and his team craft hobbies as a business and deliver world c…
 
Today we’re joined by Bryan Catanzaro, vice president of applied deep learning research at NVIDIA. Most folks know Bryan as one of the founders/creators of cuDNN, the accelerated library for deep neural networks. In our conversation, we explore his interest in high-performance computing and its recent overlap with AI, his current work on Megatron, …
 
Nick Leigh, Principal Designer at Meld Studios, joins us on this week’s podcast episode. Nick is a strategic, product and service design leader, thinker, trainer and practitioner. From backyard startups through agencies, education and the corporate sector, he’s spent over 25 years designing and leading teams to create digital and customer experienc…
 
Today we close out our 2021 ICML series joined by Lina Montoya, a postdoctoral researcher at UNC Chapel Hill. In our conversation with Lina, who was an invited speaker at the Neglected Assumptions in Causal Inference Workshop, we explored her work applying Optimal Dynamic Treatment (ODT) to understand which kinds of individuals respond best to spec…
 
Creating new in-restaurant dining experiences and balancing those with growing to-go-only concepts are the meat of this episode. What is the secret of a successful restaurant chain? According to Tana Davila, the CMO at P.F. Chang's, it is about brand distinctiveness, unique technology approaches, and being able to adapt quickly and creatively in a …
 
Today we continue our ICML series joined by Gustavo Malkomes, a research engineer at Intel via their recent acquisition of SigOpt. In our conversation with Gustavo, we explore his paper Beyond the Pareto Efficient Frontier: Constraint Active Search for Multiobjective Experimental Design, which focuses on a novel algorithmic solution for the iterati…
 
Kevin Marasco, CMO at Zenefits, joins us on the show this week. Kevin is an all-star CMO, having helped multiple SaaS companies grow fast, raise capital and get acquired. Kevin has three-time 1,000% + growth experience at startup, private and public SaaS companies and is also a board advisor, LP, startup investor and venture advisor. In this episod…
 
Today we kick off our ICML coverage joined by Virginia Smith, an assistant professor in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University. In our conversation with Virginia, we explore her work on cross-device federated learning applications, including where the distributed learning aspects of FL are relative to the privacy techniques. …
 
Featuring 3 community managers with varying backgrounds, we explored a community manager's goals, how they achieve these, how this benefits a game production and how we as producers can help facilitate their work. With community managers from AAA to indie, a plethora of interesting perspectives emerged as we spoke about their road to the industry, …
 
Today we’re joined by Errol Koolmeister, the head of AI foundation at H&M Group. In our conversation with Errol, we explore H&M’s AI journey, including its wide adoption across the company in 2016, and the various use cases in which it's deployed like fashion forecasting and pricing algorithms. We discuss Errol’s first steps in taking on the challe…
 
Today we’re joined by Stefano Soatto, VP of AI applications science at AWS and a professor of computer science at UCLA. Our conversation with Stefano centers on recent research of his called Graceful AI, which focuses on how to make trained systems evolve gracefully. We discuss the broader motivation for this research and the potential dangers or n…
 
In his book “Agility: How to Navigate the Unknown and Seize Opportunity in a World of Disruption,” Leo Tilman offers a comprehensive definition of the word “agility.” According to Tilman and co-author former NORAD commander General Charles Jacoby, agility is “the organizational capacity to detect, assess and respond to environmental changes in ways…
 
Fasten your seat belts and get ready to hear from one of the Fast Casual industry's most innovative and cool restauranteurs -- Peter Wiley, the Co-Founder at Rapid Fired Pizza & Hot Head Burritos -- and super-human Qu account rep, Sean Brennan. These two guys are driving the restaurant tech industry forward with new ways of embracing technology, mo…
 
Today we’re joined by Suchi Saria, the founder and CEO of Bayesian Health, the John C. Malone associate professor of computer science, statistics, and health policy, and the director of the machine learning and healthcare lab at Johns Hopkins University. Suchi shares a bit about her journey to working in the intersection of machine learning and hea…
 
Natalie Truong, CMO for Asia, Middle East and Africa, and partner at Mercer, joins us in this episode. Natalie recently moved from Melbourne to Hong Kong and leads a hub and spoke marketing team covering 18 different markets. In this episode, we discuss: How brands can successfully enter markets in Asia, and how CMOs that are moving to this region,…
 
Today we continue our AI in Innovation series joined by Dan Bohus, senior principal researcher at Microsoft Research, and Siddhartha Sen, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research. In this conversation, we use a pair of research projects, Maia Chess and Situated Interaction, to springboard us into a conversation about the evolution of human-AI i…
 
Today we’re joined by Julieta Martinez, a senior research scientist at recently announced startup Waabi. Julieta was a keynote speaker at the recent LatinX in AI workshop at CVPR, and our conversation focuses on her talk “What do Large-Scale Visual Search and Neural Network Compression have in Common,” which shows that multiple ideas from large-sca…
 
Today we continue our CVPR 2021 coverage joined by Claire Monteleoni, an associate professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. We cover quite a bit of ground in our conversation with Claire, including her journey down the path from environmental activist to one of the leading climate informatics researchers in the world. We explore her current…
 
Chris Taylor, former guest and the current (and inaugural) Chief Experience Officer (CXO) for men’s health not-for-profit Movember, returns to the show. In our previous episode with Chris, we spoke about his former not-for-profit marketing team at the Heart Foundation for punching above their weight to become a serial winner, including taking out a…
 
Today we kick off our CVPR coverage joined by Amir Habibian, a senior staff engineer manager at Qualcomm Technologies. In our conversation with Amir, whose research primarily focuses on video perception, we discuss a few papers they presented at the event. We explore the paper Skip-Convolutions for Efficient Video Processing, which looks at trainin…
 
A panel featuring 4 wonderful Producers working in the games industry, with highly varying backgrounds: From years of experience to education & culture, and from studio size & composition to role & responsibilities! Topics ranged from their road into the industry, what production looks like at their studio, tools used and best practices. Esmeralda …
 
Today we’re joined by Noam Slonim, the principal investigator of Project Debater at IBM Research. In our conversation with Noam, we explore the history of Project Debater, the first AI system that can “debate” humans on complex topics. We also dig into the evolution of the project, which is the culmination of 7 years and over 50 research papers, an…
 
This session featured three industry recruitment experts from vastly different backgrounds to talk about the do’s and don’ts when looking for a job in the games industry. Throughout the panel, our host Raven asked the panellists to tackle topics the community requested, including but not limited to: the key traits & experiences of good candidates, …
 
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