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One person, one interview, one story. Join us as we explore the impact of AI on our world, one amazing person at a time -- from the wildlife biologist tracking endangered rhinos across the savannah here on Earth to astrophysicists analyzing 10 billion-year-old starlight in distant galaxies to the Walmart data scientist grappling with the hundreds of millions of parameters lurking in the retailer’s supply chain. Every two weeks, we’ll bring you another tale, another 25-minute interview, as we build a real-time oral history of AI that’s already garnered nearly 3.4 million listens and been acclaimed as one of the best AI and machine learning podcasts. Listen in and get inspired.

https://blogs.nvidia.com/ai-podcast/

The AI Podcast NVIDIA

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One person, one interview, one story. Join us as we explore the impact of AI on our world, one amazing person at a time -- from the wildlife biologist tracking endangered rhinos across the savannah here on Earth to astrophysicists analyzing 10 billion-year-old starlight in distant galaxies to the Walmart data scientist grappling with the hundreds of millions of parameters lurking in the retailer’s supply chain. Every two weeks, we’ll bring you another tale, another 25-minute interview, as we build a real-time oral history of AI that’s already garnered nearly 3.4 million listens and been acclaimed as one of the best AI and machine learning podcasts. Listen in and get inspired.

https://blogs.nvidia.com/ai-podcast/

    Sequoia Capital’s Pat Grady and Sonya Huang on Generative AI - Ep. 187

    Sequoia Capital’s Pat Grady and Sonya Huang on Generative AI - Ep. 187

    In the latest episode of the NVIDIA AI Podcast, host Noah Kravitz is joined by Pat Grady and Sonya Huang, partners at Sequoia Capital, to discuss their recent essay, “Generative AI: A Creative New World.”

    The authors delve into the potential of generative AI to enable new forms of creativity and expression, as well as the challenges and ethical considerations of this technology. They also offer insights into the future of generative AI.

    Grady and Huang emphasize the potential of generative AI to revolutionize industries such as art, design and media by allowing for the creation of unique, personalized content on a scale that would be impossible for humans to achieve alone.

    They also address the importance of considering the ethical implications of the technology, including the potential for biased or harmful outputs and the need for responsible use and regulation.

    Listen to the full episode to hear more about the possibilities of generative AI and the considerations to be made as this technology moves forward.

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    UF Provost Joe Glover on Building a Leading AI University - Ep. 186

    UF Provost Joe Glover on Building a Leading AI University - Ep. 186

    When NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowsky approached University of Florida Provost Joe Glover with the offer of an AI supercomputer, he couldn't have predicted the transformative impact it would have on the university.

    In just a short time, UF has become one of the top public colleges in the US and developed a groundbreaking neural network for healthcare research.

    In a recent episode of NVIDIA’s AI Podcast, host Noah Kravitz sat down with Joe Glover, provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at the University of Florida.

    The two discussed the university’s efforts to put AI to work across all aspects of higher education, including a public-private partnership with NVIDIA that has helped transform UF into one of the leading AI universities in the country.

    Just a year after the partnership was unveiled in July 2020, UF rose to number five on the US News and World Report’s list of the best public colleges in the US. The ranking was, in part a recognition of UF’s vision for infusing AI into its teaching and research.

    https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2023/01/04/university-of-florida-ai/

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    Doing the Best They Can: EverestLabs Ensures Fewer Recyclables Go to Landfills - Ep. 184

    Doing the Best They Can: EverestLabs Ensures Fewer Recyclables Go to Landfills - Ep. 184

    All of us recycle. Or, at least, all of us should. Now, AI is joining the effort.

    On the latest episode of the NVIDIA AI Podcast, host Noah Kravitz spoke with JD Ambati, founder and CEO of EverestLabs, developer of RecycleOS, the first AI-enabled operating system for recycling.

    The company reports that an average of 25-40% more waste is being recovered in recycling facilities around the world that use its tech.

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    Hittin’ the Sim: NVIDIA’s Matt Cragun on Conditioning Autonomous Vehicles in Simulation - Ep. 185

    Hittin’ the Sim: NVIDIA’s Matt Cragun on Conditioning Autonomous Vehicles in Simulation - Ep. 185

    Training, testing and validating autonomous vehicles requires a continuous pipeline — or data factory — to introduce new scenarios and refine deep neural networks.

    A key component of this process is simulation. AV developers can test a virtually limitless number of scenarios, repeatably and at scale, with high-fidelity, physically based simulation. And like much of the technology related to AI, simulation is constantly evolving and improving, getting ever nearer to closing the gap between the real and virtual worlds.

    NVIDIA DRIVE Sim, built on Omniverse, provides a virtual proving ground for AV testing and validation. It’s a highly accurate simulation platform with the ability to enable groundbreaking tools, including synthetic data generation and neural reconstruction, to build digital twins of driving environments and scenarios.

    Matt Cragun, senior product manager for AV simulation at NVIDIA, joined the AI Podcast to discuss the development of simulation for self-driving technology, detailing the origins and inner workings of DRIVE Sim.

    He also provided a sneak peek into the frontiers researchers are exploring for this critical testing and validation technology.

    https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2022/12/07/autonomous-vehicles-simulation/

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    WSC Sports’ Amos Bercovich on How AI Keeps the Sports Highlights Coming - Ep. 183

    WSC Sports’ Amos Bercovich on How AI Keeps the Sports Highlights Coming - Ep. 183

    Doesn’t matter if you love hockey, basketball, or soccer. Thanks to the Internet, there's never been a better time to be a sports fan.

    But how are all of these craveable video packages made? Editing together so many social media clips, long-form YouTube highlights and other videos from global sporting events is no easy feat.

    That's where auto-magical video solutions help. And by auto-magical, of course, we mean AI-powered.

    On this episode of the AI Podcast, host Noah Kravitz spoke with Amos Bercovich, algorithm group leader at WSC Sports, makers of an AI cloud platform that enables over 200 sports organizations worldwide to generate personalized and customized sports videos automatically and in real time.

    Bercovich spoke about the technological highlights behind your favorite highlight reels.

    https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2022/11/15/sports-highlights/

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    AI-Equipped Drones Could Offer Real-Time Updates on Endangered African Black Rhinos - Ep. 182

    AI-Equipped Drones Could Offer Real-Time Updates on Endangered African Black Rhinos - Ep. 182

    In the latest example of how researchers are using the latest technologies to track animals less invasively, a team of researchers has proposed harnessing high-flying AI-equipped drones powered to track the endangered black rhino through the wilds of Namibia.

    In a paper published earlier this year in the journal PeerJ, the researchers show the potential of drone-based AI to identify animals in even the remotest areas and provide real-time updates on their status from the air.

    While drones — and technology of just about every kind — have been harnessed to track African wildlife, the proposal promises to help gamekeepers move faster to protect rhinos and other megafauna from poachers.

    AI Podcast host Noah Kravitz spoke to two of the authors of the paper.

    Zoey Jewel is co founder and president of wild track.org, a global network of biologists and conservationists dedicated to non invasive wildlife monitoring techniques. And Alice Hua is a recent graduate of the School of Information at UC Berkeley in California, and an ML platform engineer at CrowdStrike.

    And for more, read the full paper at https://peerj.com/articles/13779/.

    • 27 min

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