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Kells: Improving Oral Health with AI with Jie Feng
How can AI support dentists and improve long-term patient outcomes? In this episode, we are talking with Jie Feng about improving access and quality of oral healthcare by bringing AI into dentists' workflow, particularly in finding cavities. Jie is a co-founder and CEO of KELLS which provides accessible, high-quality dental screening through a combination of clinicians and AI.
Point One Navigation: The API for Precise Location with Aaron Nathan
In this episode, Aaron Nathan talks about how a unique combination of computer vision, satellite navigation, and sensor fusion helps solve the transportation problems of the future. Aaron is a co-founder and CEO of Point One Navigation, a company that solves one of the key unsolved problems for intelligent machines: determining position with a high degree of precision and confidence in all situations.
Mimik: Unlocking the Next Gen of Apps for the Hyper Connected World with Fay Arjomandi
Today 90% of all data generated on devices travels from the point of creation on devices at the edge of the cloud. But there is a better way.
In this episode, we are talking with Fay Arjomandi about how the edgeCloud computing can unlock the next generation of apps for the hyper-connected world. Fay is the founder and CEO of Mimik Technology which provides a hybrid edge cloud computing application development platform and business enablers for digital transformation.
Fay is a serial entrepreneur and renowned leader in the tech industry and has been named the “edge computing woman of the year” in 2020 and was named one of the most influential women business leaders in Silicon Valley in 2014.
Involve.ai: Bolstering Customer Success with AI with Gaurav Bhattacharya
In this episode, we spoke with Gaurav Bhattacharya about how AI can bolster customer success. Gaurav is a co-founder and CEO of Involve.ai which aims to help customers find signals in siloed systems and parse through millions of data points to prevent customer churn, increase revenue, and personalize customer experiences.
Managing Up, Out and Yourself with Mickey W Mantle
In this episode, we are talking with Mickey W Mantle about how programming managers should manage upward, outward and inward to become more effective. Mickey is the co-author of Managing the Unmanageable: Rules, Tools, and Insights for managing software people and teams.
He has been developing software for more than forty years as a software and hardware product creator, manager, and executive for companies that include Evans & Sutherland, Pixar, Broderbund, and Gracenote. He currently develops mobile/tablet applications, writes, and consults.
Managing The Unmanageable
Frederick Brooks, The Mythical Man-Month
Segmed: Democratizing Healthcare Data with Cailin Hardell
Raw, unorganized data is not worth very much, but data providers have been unable to take on the IT lift and expertise to curate datasets for AI needs. In this episode we sat down with Cailin Hardell to talk about how providing medical AI developers with access to diverse real-world data will advance healthcare outcomes. Cailin is a co-founder and CEO of Segmed, a secure cloud-based platform that provides high-quality data for medical AI development while helping healthcare partners monetize medical data securely and anonymously.
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