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Best Futurum Research podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Futurum Research podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Futurum Tech Podcast (FTP), featuring Daniel Newman, Olivier Blanchard, and Fred McClimans, is a weekly podcast covering the latest in tech news, new products and services, mergers, earning, regulations, and so much more. From startups to industry leaders, from emerging tech to the latest in artificial intelligence and cyber security. If it's worth discussing, you'll find it here each week as the Futurum team of tech and equity analysts, and the occasional guest, discuss their Story of t ...
 
Manufacturing Tomorrow is a biweekly podcast series brought to you by the Ohio Manufacturing Institute at The Ohio State University. Featuring the perspectives of manufacturing leaders, we focus on the advanced manufacturing innovations, solutions and partnerships that exist in our region now and that will propel industry in the future. Our guests include the unsung heroes of advanced manufacturing, from company C-suite executives and engineers to industry-facing academics, supportive govern ...
 
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In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, I’m joined by my colleague and fellow analyst, Olivier Blanchard, in a discussion about the COVID-19 related rapid deployment of tech that we are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and the new security risks posed as a result. Our goal is to highlight some of those security risks, offer…
 
For this week’s episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, host Shelly Kramer is joined by Sarah Wallace and Ron Westfall. In our Main Dive discussion, they talked about Zoho, Zoom, Cisco, Intel, Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and other tech brands who are doing good in tough times. From Cisco offering free Webex licenses to employees working from home to Zo…
 
In the latest episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Dr. George Mathew, who is an internal medicine physician and Chief Medical Officer for the Americas for DXC Technology. He also welcomes Paul Thompson, Vice President of Global Healthcare Strategy and Product Development for DXC Technology. In this podca…
 
As the coronavirus COVID-19 sweeps into our lives, remote work (and remote learning) are rapidly becoming the “new normal” for many of us, ushering in a new means of communication and collaboration. We thought it would be an interesting topic to dive into for our Futurum Tech podcast. In this episode, I’m joined by my fellow analysts and colleagues…
 
In the latest episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes three experts to talk about robotic process automation (RPA) and intelligent automation (IA). Francis Carden is one of the founders of OpenSpan and is currently VP of Digital Automation and Robotics at Pegasystems. Lee Coulter is CEO of transformAI, and …
 
This week’s episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, included analysts Daniel Newman, Fred McClimans and Sarah Wallace. We discussed the collaboration and e-learning opportunities that may arise from the coronavirus outbreak. We also covered financial cloud startup Thought Machine receiving next round of funding, Cisco Webex’s global support of custome…
 
On this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, host Olivier Blanchard was joined by colleague and fellow analyst, Ron Westfall. They discuss what organizations need to know about the EU’s newly proposed guidelines for artificial intelligence and Apple’s hit to the bottom line as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. They also cover the T-Mobile Sprin…
 
On this week’s episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, Shelly Kramer is joined by her colleague and fellow analyst, Olivier Blanchard. In our Main Dive, we tackled this week’s news of the injunction issued by a judge in the case filed by Amazon protesting the award of the Pentagon’s $10Bn 10-year Department of Defense contract (referred to as the JEDI…
 
This episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, is sponsored by SAP and Vistex. Daniel Newman is joined by Richard Whittington, Senior Vice President of Media and Entertainment for SAP and Amos Biegun, Global Head of Rights and Royalties for Vistex. Today they are talking about media entertainment. For everybody out there that wants…
 
In the latest episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Chris James, CEO of Scaled Agile. Chris and his company focus on building frameworks to help organizations move digital transformation forward as seamlessly as possible. After all, digital transformation is no longer just about technology. It’s the blend…
 
On this week's edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, how the coronavirus may change tech trade shows in the future. Apple gets fined by the EU, Google earnings analysis, the space race heats up again and Britain points the way to Huawei 5G network compromise. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Alphabet’s 4th quarter 2019 results show promising growth > Nvidia’…
 
In this week’s episode of Futurum Tech Podcast we cover news of IBM’s CEO Rometty stepping down and the rise of the technologist in enterprise leadership roles. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Cyberattacks and e-skimming on the rise > EU lawmakers snub Apple’s pleas, voting to push for charging cable standard > Huawei surpasses Apple to become the second l…
 
In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Zendesk’s Shawna Wolverton, SVP of Product, and Sarah Reed, CX Leader/Event Creator. Together, they discussed the latest trends in customer experience, what customer experience leaders should think about for years ahead, and more. INFORMATION: This Fut…
 
This week we take a look at Atlassian and the collaboration space. Can this company upend the way we collaborate and the market? Plus, we take a look at how CIOs are aging up in the industry. We'll talk about cloud, we'll talk about Tencent, gaming, and 2020, is it the year of the chip? THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > The Average Age of CIOs Nudges Higher …
 
Elon Musk, Space Travel, and its impact on the tech industry. In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast we explore the giant impact this will have across multiple industries and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Microsoft and Samsung team up > Smaller rivals are now joining the growing chorus singing “Break up Big Tech’s Monopoly" > Google launches o…
 
Is CES better called ‘The Connected Ecosystem’? Our thoughts on that, the good and the bad about AI dominating this year’s show, highlights from Intel, and Deeplite and more. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > CPU-based edge AI > State of the Fitness Tracker Market > What Deeplite’s up to > Andes Technology > The exciting things to expect from Android in 2020…
 
CES 2020, the Consumer Electronics Show happening this week in Las Vegas, will offer up some winners and some losers – we let you know what to expect. Plus the latest on deep fake technologies, Intel’s quantum computing chips, VMware’s shift to the cloud, and how Russia is edging closer to shutting off the global Internet – all this and more on thi…
 
In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — The Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Bill Lobig, Vice President of IBM’s Content Services, to discuss how the way we manage content has evolved. After all, content is the cornerstone of the internet, and the way we treat it is changing—thanks to developing technology. More specifically, …
 
In this episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — Interview Series, Daniel Newman sat down with Des Cahill, Chief Marketing Officer of Oracle CX. Together, they went over what makes Oracle’s customer data platform (CDP) stand out from the competition, as well as what’s in store for the future of this type of platform. Thank you to Oracle for sponsoring…
 
Always on surveillance by way of that phone in your pocket (and some creepy data visualizations that’ll give you pause), the bias that’s inherent in facial recognition systems, and a discussion around the Apple, Amazon, Google partnership on smart-home protocols are just a few of the topics covered in this week’s Futurum Tech Podcast. Check it out …
 
In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast — Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Automation Anywhere’s Chief Strategy Officer, Stephen DeWitt, to discuss RPA and its emerging evolution to intelligence. Automation Anywhere develops robotic process automation (RPA) software, which uses bots to complete important processes. And as CSO, S…
 
The era of simultaneous translation is upon us. In our podcast today, host Olivier Blanchard is joined by fellow analysts Shelly Kramer and Fred McClimans for a discussion about simultaneous translation, exciting new functionality that mobile devices are going to be affording, and what the future of conversations is going to look like — especially …
 
We did a massive global research study in partnership with SAS, surveying over 4,000 consumers and brands to explore the state of Customer Experience: Where we are now, and where consumers and brands expect to be over the course of the next decade. Our research showed that there are five key things driving the evolution of customer experience and F…
 
In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes back Intel’s Kristie Mann, Sr. Director of Product Management for Intel’s Optane DC Persistent Memory products. In the first part of the interview, Daniel and Kristie explored the impact memory has had on businesses. In this episode, the two dig a bit deepe…
 
Ben Marsh is CEO of Scout Systems, a manufacturing software company that supplies Machine Learning, human and process solutions to manufacturers. Their technology increases plant productivity, reduces defects, and includes an interface that reduces worker training time. Before Scout Systems, Ben held a number of manufacturing, mechanical, and appli…
 
In this special edition episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Kristie Mann, Sr. Director of Product Management for Intel’s Optane DC persistent memory products. Over the course of the last year, Futurum Research and Intel partnered to do some extensive research around memory in compute and the future of memory…
 
In the main dive for today’s episode of Futurum Tech Podcast, we take a look at our recently published research report, The State of Automation 2019: RPA, AI, and Intelligent Automation, developed in partnership with Automation Anywhere. Our research shows that more than half of U.S. companies have implemented some form of automation —either Roboti…
 
Earlier this week rumors started to circulate about an audacious move by Xerox to acquire its much larger competitor HP. What are the prospects for the acquisition to succeed? What are the downsides and will it be enough to revive the prospects of both companies? We talk about potential branding outcomes and key areas of potential breakthrough like…
 
Art Barter is not only owner and CEO of Datron World Communication, he founded the Servant Leadership Institute from his experiences rebuilding his company’s culture. Datron World Communications is a 30-year-old, privately owned company located in Vista, California, that manufactures tactical military and public safety radio equipment to a diverse …
 
In this special episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast Interview Series, Daniel Newman welcomes Rebecca Gott, IBM Distinguished Engineer. Rebecca has worked for IBM for 20 years and currently focuses on blockchain on the IMB Z and LinuxONE Team. Daniel and Rebecca take a deep dive into blockchain use cases in today’s business environment. Thank you to…
 
What is going on at Facebook and does it does it bode for its long-term business model? And can we put a value on news feeds curated by journalists? We talk about Zuck's testimony this week, and other interesting things about the technology giant’s behavior. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile have just announced that they a…
 
We take a main dive into the topic of Amazon, and whether we are looking at a company that might be described as America’s newest military giant. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Facebook playing favorites with news outlets in advance of news page launch > Google says it’s going to fix that “oops” in its new Pixel 4 > U.S. Firms reportedly show initial inte…
 
We take a look at what the internet is worth. Can we put a value on free? That's the question Jerome Powell recently discussed at a meeting of economists, and we think that working to figure out the value of free services to the economy is an interesting discussion. We also cover the partnership between Porsche and Boeing in an urban air mobility i…
 
Deepfake videos are video forgeries that make people seem to be doing or saying things they didn’t actually do or say. As you might imagine these manipulated videos can have a big impact on people who are “featured” in them. California’s Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed into law a couple of laws aimed at affording some protection as it relates…
 
Matt Long, vice-president of continuous improvement and John Miller, engineering manager at Herman Miller, offer up lessons learned during their journey toward their version of Lean, the Herman Miller Performance System (HMPS) during this episode. Herman Miller is a 108-year-old furniture and home furnishings manufacturer based in Zeeland, Michigan…
 
With Amazon’s 14 announcements on hardware ranging from various iterations of its Echo and Ring devices, to eyeglass frames, to even a smart oven, it’s clear that Amazon aims to be everywhere, and collecting your data and analyzing your buying habits in the process. In this Main Dive, the Futurum team talks about the privacy implications of this mo…
 
In this special edition episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, Daniel Newman welcomes Daniel Krook, CTO of the Call for Code Global Initiative and Code and Response Team at IBM. IBM helped launch Call for Code in May 2018 in partnership with the United Nations and a wide range of other public and private partners to inspire developers to use code to …
 
In this special edition episode of the Futurum Tech Podcast, Daniel Newman takes a look at the concept of the cognitive enterprise—the effort to bring new technologies and operational models into one’s enterprise as part of digital transformation with interviewee Gene Chao, Vice President and General Manager of IBM Automation. In his work, Gene man…
 
This episode covered many topics. We started with the Apple Event. It was a good launch, but it simply wasn’t good enough for Apple. The Watch was the best in show and sadly over the past couple of years the Airpods and Watches have been more exciting than the iPhones, iPads and Macbooks. The company is clearly moving toward more recurring subscrip…
 
There are many exciting ways that AI and other emerging technologies will change the future of work in the next decade. In this Interview Series Futurum Tech Podcast, Daniel Newman sits down with and Greg Bowen, CTO and SVP of Digital Acceleration at Dell Digital and Edward Bagden, Associated Director of Flight Operations and Safety at LIFT Academy…
 
This episode covered a variety of topics, including our Main Dive on the indictment of the Capital One hacker, Suzanne Thompson, some additional lawsuits that have been filed related to this case, one of which is against GitHub and Amazon and, most importantly, how the timing for any bad press related to Amazon’s AWS is not ideal. Amazon and Micros…
 
Greg Paulsen is director of Applications Engineering at Xometry, an innovative industrial engineering company that specializes in CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing, urethane casting, and injection molding services. They offer a 24/7 online quoting platform and a network of partner manufacturing facilities. Greg has also directed X…
 
We have to talk about privacy issues and invasion of privacy way too much these days, as it happens all the time now. Recently it came out that contractors working for Microsoft listened to audio of Xbox users in order to improve the consoles voice commands. Not only did they listen to audio, it was sometimes recorded. Talk about an invasion of pri…
 
We dive into wearables and their past, present and what we can expect in the future. We also discuss fails vs successes and what we think will work in the next 2-3 years. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Data breaches on a daily basis > Do not install your Microsoft Surface’s August firmware updates–for now > Good news for Chromebook users > Enterprise secu…
 
Samsung introduced the Note 10. Some were disappointed in the $1000 price point considering there weren’t that many improvements, other than the design and a really beautiful new screen. It’s safe to say they will most likely be adding incremental improvements over the next 24 months or so. THIS WEEK’s FAST FIVE > Microsoft and Samsung partner up. …
 
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