Ep 7 - Bruno Sánchez - Microsoft's Planetary Computer, Education & Impact Science

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Welcome back to another episode of Minds behind Maps!

In this episode I sit down with Bruno Sánchez-Andrade Nuño, the Program Director of the Planetary Computer at Microsoft as well as the author of "Impact Science: The science of getting to radical social and environmental breakthroughs".

About Bruno:

Timestamps:

  • 4:20 : Conversation starts, Bruno presents himself
  • 10:30 : How Bruno entered Academia
  • 14:20 : Science / Engineering duality
  • 18:05 : Skills over Knowledge
  • 21:15 : How education could be more skill centered
  • 29:05 : How Bruno entered geospatial
  • 31:51 : At the edge of human knowledge of the Sun
  • 36:07 : Leaving NASA to focus on more applied projects
  • 40:04 : Trying to work for an NGO: “Bruno we don’t need a rocket scientist”
  • 47:53 : Cheap Data Science
  • 51:20 : Limitations & Playfulness for clever ideas
  • 55:18 : Writing “Impact Science”
  • 1:05:01 : From outputs to outcomes: a missing layer in Data Science
  • 1:11:08 : Data Informed instead of Data Driven
  • 1:17:44: Bruno's work at Microsoft as Program Director of the Planetary Computer
  • 1:33:18: Partnerships within the Planetary Computer project
  • 1:38:25 : Books & media recommendations

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