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AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

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Real-World, Industry and Adoption focused Market Research and Intelligence on AI.

Latest Episodes

What's Happening with Robotics?

Intelligent, Autonomous robots have long been the dream of science fiction with shows and movies alike showing robots interacting and working with humans. However, despite this dream the current reality of robots is quite different. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer share the current state of robotics, dig into why many robotics companies are going under, and a look to the future. Related links: Why Are Robotics Companies Dying?AI Today Podcast #129: Interview with Colin Angle, Robotics Luminary, Chairman, CEO and Founder of iRobotAI Today Bonus Episode: Interview with Colin Angle[Replay] May 2020: Cindy Bedell and John Fossaceca, Army Research Lab (ARL)Science fiction vs. reality: A robotics industry overview

19 MIN3 d ago
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What's Happening with Robotics?

Digitization, Digitalization, and AI

At first glance, it may seem that digitization has nothing to do with AI. However, digitization is a necessary first step to extracting value from data that is locked in non-digital assets or human-based processes. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss digitization, digitalization, and how this fits into the world of AI including sharing some surprising findings about where organizations and governments are today on their journey towards digitization. Related Links: Digitization and Digitalization Report (June 2020)Infographic: Digitzation and DigitalizationAI Runs Into The Document And People Barrier: Digitization And DigitalizationWe’re Still Awash In Paper: Insights Into How Industry Digitization Is Enabling AI

33 MIN1 w ago
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Digitization, Digitalization, and AI

Where Are We With Machine Translation?

While the concepts behind machine translation are fairly easy to grasp, the process of actually doing fully automated language translation is extraordinarily complex. So, where does the industry stand with regards to machine translation? In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer dig deeper into this topic discussing the evolution of machine translation, exploring the current state of the art around machine translation, and why it's such a hard problem to solve. Related Links: INFOGRAPHIC: Machine TranslationVoice Assistant Benchmark 1.0 (2018)Voice Assistant Benchmark 2.0 (2019)AI Today Podcast #107: Benchmarking the Voice Assistants 2.0INFOGRAPHIC: Are You Smarter than your Voice Assistant?

21 MIN2 w ago
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Where Are We With Machine Translation?

AI Center of Excellence in the US Federal Government - Interview with Krista Kinnard, GSA

If you've been following our podcast and research, it should come as no surprise that the US Federal Government is making AI a priority. On this episode of the AI Today podcast we have Krista Kinnard who is Director, Artificial Intelligence Center of Excellence at Technology Transformation Services (TTS) at the General Services Administration (GSA). She shares with us how the AI Center of Excellence is helping to improve or otherwise enhance what’s happening with AI in the government, some of the most interesting use cases she has seen so far with the government's adoption of AI, and what she believes the future holds for AI. Related Links: [Replay] April 2020: AI in Government – Anil Chaudhry and Krista Kinnard, GSAAI Today Podcast: AI in the US Federal Government – Interview with Suzette Kent, US Federal CIOAI Today Podcast #138: Interview with Oki Mek, Special Advisor, HHSAI Today Podcast #125: Emma – Immigration Chatbot: Interview with Courtney Winship, US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)AI Today Podcast #116: AI and Procurement in the Federal Government: Keith Nakasone, GSAAI Today Podcast #45: AI and Blockchain in Government: Interview with Jose Arrieta, US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)

19 MIN3 w ago
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AI Center of Excellence in the US Federal Government - Interview with Krista Kinnard, GSA

Insights into AutoML - Interview with Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB

AutoML tools are becoming more widely adopted and changing the way companies use AI. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB. He shares with us how AutoML is helping accelerate machine learning model development, the trend that Developers are becoming the new Data Scientists, some of the challenges companies face adopting AutoML tools and more. Episode Sponsored By: MindsDB MindsDB is a free, open-source autoML framework to streamline the use of neural networks. It is designed to make it super easy for developers to deploy machine learning in their projects. We do this by turning existing databases into predictive tools. Our layer of AI sits between the existing client and the database, expanding the query language so you are able to ask predictive type questions. It automatically does all of the work a data scientist or machine learning expert would normally do, so you don’t have to. Find our more at: www.mindsdb.com Related Links: MindsDB Github RepoJorge Torres LinkedInAI Today Bonus Podcast: Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDBAddressing the ethical issues of AI is key to effective useEthical Concerns of AIHow the top open source AI software drives innovation

19 MINJUN 10
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Insights into AutoML - Interview with Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB

Global Perspectives on AI - Interview with Anton van den Hengel at University of Adelaide in Australia

AI continues to be used to enhance the human experience through art, music, language and other aspects. Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australiarecently created the MURMUR project, the world's FIRST AI Art Exhibit Space. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Anton van den Hengel, a professor at the University and a creator of the MURMUR project to discuss how this project came about, additional research projects, why AI is so hot in Australia right now. Relevant Links: Global AI Adoption Trends Report (Cognilytica)Anton van den Hengel LinkedInMURMUR Project (Press release)

33 MINJUN 3
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Global Perspectives on AI - Interview with Anton van den Hengel at University of Adelaide in Australia

Advancing intelligent automation: Interview with Chris, AVP, Federal, UiPath

As people, companies, and governments are being asked to do more with less people, automation is playing an increasingly role is handling tasks and helping keep things on schedule. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Chris Townsend who is Area Vice President, Federal at UiPath. He shares with us how automation and RPA is helping deal with significant shifts in the way that the world works, interactions with companies and governments, and changes in global supply chains. He also provides examples of how automation and RPA are currently helping and showing real results and ROI. Relevant Links: Intelligent Process Automation: The 4 Levels of AI-EnablementAI Today Podcast #022: Intelligent Process Automation (IPA)Intelligent Process Automation Market Report 2018Chris Townsend LinkedIn Episode Sponsor: If you’re looking to achieve benefits of automation, you should consider how RPA and hyperautomation can help your company or agency. Undertaking an RPA journey enables c...

22 MINMAY 27
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Advancing intelligent automation: Interview with Chris, AVP, Federal, UiPath

AI at LinkedIn - Interview with Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering

LinkedIn has been at the cutting edge of AI for many years and uses AI in many ways users may not be aware. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering at LinkedIn. He shares with us how LinkedIn is applying AI and how it’s enhancing the user experience, how data regulations such as GDPR and California’s Consumer Privacy Act impact data used for your AI-enabled systems, and more. Show Notes: Igor Perisic LinkedIn

22 MINMAY 20
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AI at LinkedIn - Interview with Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering

AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

It's no surprise that AI will have an impact on the workforce from chatbots, recognition systems, or predictive analytics tools. But what happens when workplaces require employees to use tools that collect data on them such as facial recognition technology? In this podcast we interview Valerio De Stefano, Professor of Labour Law at KU Leuven to discuss how AI will broadly impact the workforce. Show Notes: Neuro-Surveillance and the Right to be Human atWork Worldwide Laws and Regulations Report

20 MINMAY 13
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AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

Detecting Emotion Through Gait - Interview with Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab

Humans have long dreamed of machines that could function and perform just like other humans. However, giving machines emotional IQ has been an incredibly hard problem to solve. Aniket Bera and his team of researchers had the idea to create AI systems that can detect emotion based on gait. The applications for this type of robot can be seen in many industries including healthcare, law enforcement, and others especially in the time of social distancing. In this AI Today podcast we interview Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab to learn more about this robot. Show Notes: Can AI Detect Your Emotion Just By How You Walk? GAMMA Lab Aniket’s bio link

14 MINMAY 6
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Detecting Emotion Through Gait - Interview with Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab

Latest Episodes

What's Happening with Robotics?

Intelligent, Autonomous robots have long been the dream of science fiction with shows and movies alike showing robots interacting and working with humans. However, despite this dream the current reality of robots is quite different. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer share the current state of robotics, dig into why many robotics companies are going under, and a look to the future. Related links: Why Are Robotics Companies Dying?AI Today Podcast #129: Interview with Colin Angle, Robotics Luminary, Chairman, CEO and Founder of iRobotAI Today Bonus Episode: Interview with Colin Angle[Replay] May 2020: Cindy Bedell and John Fossaceca, Army Research Lab (ARL)Science fiction vs. reality: A robotics industry overview

19 MIN3 d ago
Comments
What's Happening with Robotics?

Digitization, Digitalization, and AI

At first glance, it may seem that digitization has nothing to do with AI. However, digitization is a necessary first step to extracting value from data that is locked in non-digital assets or human-based processes. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer discuss digitization, digitalization, and how this fits into the world of AI including sharing some surprising findings about where organizations and governments are today on their journey towards digitization. Related Links: Digitization and Digitalization Report (June 2020)Infographic: Digitzation and DigitalizationAI Runs Into The Document And People Barrier: Digitization And DigitalizationWe’re Still Awash In Paper: Insights Into How Industry Digitization Is Enabling AI

33 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Digitization, Digitalization, and AI

Where Are We With Machine Translation?

While the concepts behind machine translation are fairly easy to grasp, the process of actually doing fully automated language translation is extraordinarily complex. So, where does the industry stand with regards to machine translation? In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer dig deeper into this topic discussing the evolution of machine translation, exploring the current state of the art around machine translation, and why it's such a hard problem to solve. Related Links: INFOGRAPHIC: Machine TranslationVoice Assistant Benchmark 1.0 (2018)Voice Assistant Benchmark 2.0 (2019)AI Today Podcast #107: Benchmarking the Voice Assistants 2.0INFOGRAPHIC: Are You Smarter than your Voice Assistant?

21 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Where Are We With Machine Translation?

AI Center of Excellence in the US Federal Government - Interview with Krista Kinnard, GSA

If you've been following our podcast and research, it should come as no surprise that the US Federal Government is making AI a priority. On this episode of the AI Today podcast we have Krista Kinnard who is Director, Artificial Intelligence Center of Excellence at Technology Transformation Services (TTS) at the General Services Administration (GSA). She shares with us how the AI Center of Excellence is helping to improve or otherwise enhance what’s happening with AI in the government, some of the most interesting use cases she has seen so far with the government's adoption of AI, and what she believes the future holds for AI. Related Links: [Replay] April 2020: AI in Government – Anil Chaudhry and Krista Kinnard, GSAAI Today Podcast: AI in the US Federal Government – Interview with Suzette Kent, US Federal CIOAI Today Podcast #138: Interview with Oki Mek, Special Advisor, HHSAI Today Podcast #125: Emma – Immigration Chatbot: Interview with Courtney Winship, US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)AI Today Podcast #116: AI and Procurement in the Federal Government: Keith Nakasone, GSAAI Today Podcast #45: AI and Blockchain in Government: Interview with Jose Arrieta, US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS)

19 MIN3 w ago
Comments
AI Center of Excellence in the US Federal Government - Interview with Krista Kinnard, GSA

Insights into AutoML - Interview with Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB

AutoML tools are becoming more widely adopted and changing the way companies use AI. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB. He shares with us how AutoML is helping accelerate machine learning model development, the trend that Developers are becoming the new Data Scientists, some of the challenges companies face adopting AutoML tools and more. Episode Sponsored By: MindsDB MindsDB is a free, open-source autoML framework to streamline the use of neural networks. It is designed to make it super easy for developers to deploy machine learning in their projects. We do this by turning existing databases into predictive tools. Our layer of AI sits between the existing client and the database, expanding the query language so you are able to ask predictive type questions. It automatically does all of the work a data scientist or machine learning expert would normally do, so you don’t have to. Find our more at: www.mindsdb.com Related Links: MindsDB Github RepoJorge Torres LinkedInAI Today Bonus Podcast: Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDBAddressing the ethical issues of AI is key to effective useEthical Concerns of AIHow the top open source AI software drives innovation

19 MINJUN 10
Comments
Insights into AutoML - Interview with Jorge Torres, Founder and CEO at MindsDB

Global Perspectives on AI - Interview with Anton van den Hengel at University of Adelaide in Australia

AI continues to be used to enhance the human experience through art, music, language and other aspects. Researchers at the University of Adelaide in Australiarecently created the MURMUR project, the world's FIRST AI Art Exhibit Space. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Anton van den Hengel, a professor at the University and a creator of the MURMUR project to discuss how this project came about, additional research projects, why AI is so hot in Australia right now. Relevant Links: Global AI Adoption Trends Report (Cognilytica)Anton van den Hengel LinkedInMURMUR Project (Press release)

33 MINJUN 3
Comments
Global Perspectives on AI - Interview with Anton van den Hengel at University of Adelaide in Australia

Advancing intelligent automation: Interview with Chris, AVP, Federal, UiPath

As people, companies, and governments are being asked to do more with less people, automation is playing an increasingly role is handling tasks and helping keep things on schedule. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Chris Townsend who is Area Vice President, Federal at UiPath. He shares with us how automation and RPA is helping deal with significant shifts in the way that the world works, interactions with companies and governments, and changes in global supply chains. He also provides examples of how automation and RPA are currently helping and showing real results and ROI. Relevant Links: Intelligent Process Automation: The 4 Levels of AI-EnablementAI Today Podcast #022: Intelligent Process Automation (IPA)Intelligent Process Automation Market Report 2018Chris Townsend LinkedIn Episode Sponsor: If you’re looking to achieve benefits of automation, you should consider how RPA and hyperautomation can help your company or agency. Undertaking an RPA journey enables c...

22 MINMAY 27
Comments
Advancing intelligent automation: Interview with Chris, AVP, Federal, UiPath

AI at LinkedIn - Interview with Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering

LinkedIn has been at the cutting edge of AI for many years and uses AI in many ways users may not be aware. In this episode of the AI Today podcast we interview Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering at LinkedIn. He shares with us how LinkedIn is applying AI and how it’s enhancing the user experience, how data regulations such as GDPR and California’s Consumer Privacy Act impact data used for your AI-enabled systems, and more. Show Notes: Igor Perisic LinkedIn

22 MINMAY 20
Comments
AI at LinkedIn - Interview with Igor Perisic, Chief Data Officer (CDO) and VP of Engineering

AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

It's no surprise that AI will have an impact on the workforce from chatbots, recognition systems, or predictive analytics tools. But what happens when workplaces require employees to use tools that collect data on them such as facial recognition technology? In this podcast we interview Valerio De Stefano, Professor of Labour Law at KU Leuven to discuss how AI will broadly impact the workforce. Show Notes: Neuro-Surveillance and the Right to be Human atWork Worldwide Laws and Regulations Report

20 MINMAY 13
Comments
AI Changing the Workforce, Interview with Valerio De Stefano

Detecting Emotion Through Gait - Interview with Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab

Humans have long dreamed of machines that could function and perform just like other humans. However, giving machines emotional IQ has been an incredibly hard problem to solve. Aniket Bera and his team of researchers had the idea to create AI systems that can detect emotion based on gait. The applications for this type of robot can be seen in many industries including healthcare, law enforcement, and others especially in the time of social distancing. In this AI Today podcast we interview Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab to learn more about this robot. Show Notes: Can AI Detect Your Emotion Just By How You Walk? GAMMA Lab Aniket’s bio link

14 MINMAY 6
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Detecting Emotion Through Gait - Interview with Aniket Bera, Assistant Research Professor in Computer Science at University of Maryland GAMMA lab
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