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Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Dan Faggella

By Hosted By Daniel Faggella - Guests Include Yahoo's Amotz Maimon, Nervana's Naveen Rao, Nick Bostrom, and distinguished emerging tech researchers and entrepreneurs from companies and organizations around the world

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Description

The TechEmergence podcast is one arm of our market research firm, dedicated to in-depth discussion about progress and predictions in emerging technology. We primarily cover the fields of artificial intelligence and machine learning, but we occasionally venture into biotech, augmented reality, and other areas. The program places an emphasis on how AI applications are being used in various industries, as well as the ethical and governance implications of the intersection of AI and technology. Building a "better" future implies innovation, moral sense, and informed, interdisciplinary insight. Our aim is to share the informed and varied insights of our guests, gleaning from their perspectives on technology applications and consequences. In essence, we aim to promote a global conversation around the central question: given the power of technology today, how are we all working toward a better future?

Customer Reviews

Great for Start Ups

So here's the thing. I'm not generally into the whole "podcast" thing, but a friend of mine referenced a few of these during a very late night conversation and so I figured I’d give them a try. Long story short, I’ve found myself listening to them in the car on my way back to work now a days. I think my current favorite is the one on “space hacking”. Although I keep tuned in, podcast after podcast because of the info on startups and getting funded. I work for a start up in Cambridge now so it’s always good to hear some tips on running, funding or selling small tech-based businesses because we do/plan on doing all three of those verbs to our start-up soon.

TechEmergence Podcasts

Very eye-opening, thought-provoking material from leading (yet often out of the public eye) philosophers and scientists. The interview with Dr. Guger about brain-machine interface technology is especially intriguing, considering the implications for psychological study of humans and robots, as well as physical enhancements that border on what would have been deemed science fiction “miracles" in the not-too-distant past.

BrainGate interviews fascinate me

Some science podcasts can be pretty boring, from being straight on dull to so technical anyone outside the given field can’t follow along. The conversations in this podcast series are fairly easy to follow, and offer amazing insights, especially into BCI technology. The BrainGate group from Brown University has some of the best interviews with Mr. Faggella, bringing up details and developments I haven’t heard discussed anywhere else. The ethics in technology and business/venture capitalism podcasts are just a bonus.

Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Dan Faggella
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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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