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Host Dan Turchin, PeopleReign CEO and InsightFinder advisor, explores how AI is changing the workplace. He interviews thought leaders across high-tech who share their experiences and insights about artificial intelligence and what it means to be human in the era of AI-driven automation. Learn more about InsightFinder, the system of intelligence for IT Operations: http://www.insightfinder.com. Learn more about PeopleReign, the AI platform for employee service: http://www.peoplereign.io

AI and the Future of Work Dan Turchin

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Host Dan Turchin, PeopleReign CEO and InsightFinder advisor, explores how AI is changing the workplace. He interviews thought leaders across high-tech who share their experiences and insights about artificial intelligence and what it means to be human in the era of AI-driven automation. Learn more about InsightFinder, the system of intelligence for IT Operations: http://www.insightfinder.com. Learn more about PeopleReign, the AI platform for employee service: http://www.peoplereign.io

    Derek Steer, CEO and founder of Mode, discusses the future of work for data analysts and the biggest tragedy in BI today

    Derek Steer, CEO and founder of Mode, discusses the future of work for data analysts and the biggest tragedy in BI today

    Derek Steer cut his teeth as a data analyst at Facebook and Yammer more than a decade ago. He co-founded Mode in 2013 to make it easier to ask questions about data and get better answers faster. Mode has since raised four rounds of funding including a recent $33M round from an exceptional group of investors. 52% of Fortune 500 companies use Mode and Derek has grown the team to more than 300 employees. Derek's vision: "drive the time to do analysis down to zero." He's well on his way!

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    What Mode's doing to "unlock the power of human reasoning"What Derek learned about tools for data analysts from Facebook and YammerWhy there will always be a need for analytics frontends even amid competition from data warehouses like SnowflakeThe future of work for data analystsThe biggest tragedy in BI todayReferences in this episode:
    Benn Stancil's "season without bats"FivetranThoughtSpotTrifactaTiernan Ray on AI and the Future of Work

    • 34 min
    Jeff Meyerson, entrepreneur and author of "Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software", shares important advice for Zuck

    Jeff Meyerson, entrepreneur and author of "Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software", shares important advice for Zuck

    Jeff Meyerson, entrepreneur, musician, technologist, and author of the acclaimed "Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software", discusses the stranglehold Big Tech has on developer tools and how the future of software development may be quite different from the present.

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    What Jeff learned about sales from playing pokerHow Facebook builds software... and how it can avoid being evil Why React is the "Linux of the frontend of the web"The development tools Jeff's most excited aboutWhy Zuck's not a good leaderWhat Jeff will tell Zuck when they finally meet  References in this episode...
    "Move Fast: How Facebook Builds Software" on AmazonJeff on TwitterSoftware Engineering DailyJanelle Shane's great book

    • 41 min
    Krishna Gade, CEO and Founder of Fiddler, discusses the importance of AI explainability

    Krishna Gade, CEO and Founder of Fiddler, discusses the importance of AI explainability

    Krishna Gade was an engineering leader at Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook before realizing AI is eating software... and responsible AI is essential. He turned a passion for "trustworthy AI" into a company that recently raised $32M to make AI explainable.

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    Why AI explainability matters... and how to instrument it in AI modelsWhat developers need to know to ensure AI models don't make bad decisionsWhat legislators need to know when creating frameworks to regulate "responsible" use of AIHow Apple fumbled AI explainability when issuing credit cards through Goldman SachsKrishna's top lesson learned as a first-time CEO References in this episode:
    AI and The Future of Work with Dr. Mark van RijmenamAI and The Future of Work with Tiernan RayThe Algorithmic Accountability ActFiddler.ai

    • 31 min
    Neelima Parasker, CEO of SnapIT Solutions, shares the recipe for making high-quality STEM education accessible to all

    Neelima Parasker, CEO of SnapIT Solutions, shares the recipe for making high-quality STEM education accessible to all

    Neelima Parasker started coding at a young age.  Inspired by her entrepreneur mother, she studied Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering before eventually starting SnapIT Solutions. Neelima's passion for investing in unproven talent has guided her as a leader. She's an active entrepreneur coach and is involved in many civic organizations in and around the Kansas City area.

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    The single most important lesson for parents looking to cultivate a love of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in their kids.How Neelima has built a culture around her belief that we should "use technology to grow people, not the other way around."How glass ceilings for women and under-represented minorities can be shattered.How governments should take responsibility for improving access to STEM education.Why Neelima isn't afraid of bots taking jobs because "our faults make us human."References in today's episode...
    SnapIT SolutionsJoe Rehmann from Victory Farms on AI and the Future of WorkFilip Dousek on AI and the Future of Work

    • 27 min
    Rachel Chalmers, Partner at Alchemist Accelerator, discusses what's required to eliminate bias in startup funding

    Rachel Chalmers, Partner at Alchemist Accelerator, discusses what's required to eliminate bias in startup funding

    Rachel Chalmers aspired to be an English professor before being inspired by a technology journal to relocate from Ireland to San Francisco. She has since covered over 1,000 startups as an industry analyst and invested in many more as an investor. Rachel is passionate about representing the under-represented and encouraging all those who have been told they can't  live their dreams. This is a must-listen for entrepreneurs who have ever felt disadvantaged by circumstances out of their control. It's also the episode in which I volunteer to chair the Chalmers 2024 campaign.

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    The burn rate rule of thumb for startupsWhy "venture capital wants to perpetuate itself"The origins of the Silicon Valley myth that "all talent is concentrated in white males"How to eliminate institutional biases that constrain women and under-represented minorities when raising money and building companiesHow Rachel is defining the future workplace where humans and machines collaborateReferences in this episode:
    Ravi Belani and the Alchemist AcceleratorThe Innovators Inside podcast by AlchemistXCharity Majors and HoneycombEdith Harbaugh and LaunchDarklyCiro and Jacopo from Tooso on AI and the Future of WorkFilip Dousek from Workday on AI and the Future of WorkProject IncludeArlan HamiltonKate Crawford's Atlas of AISeeing Like a State by James C. Scott

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    Dr. Zehra Cataltepe, CEO of Tazi.ai, discusses the meaning of responsible AI and how she's saving the planet...one model at a time

    Dr. Zehra Cataltepe, CEO of Tazi.ai, discusses the meaning of responsible AI and how she's saving the planet...one model at a time

    Dr. Cataltepe is an accomplished scientist and entrepreneur... with a social conscience. She has published more than 100 academic papers and is a three-time recipient of the "Women Entrepreneur of the Year" award. Dr. Cataltepe and her team believe building and managing AI models should be something anyone can do... even her 70 year old mother who is a farmer in Turkey :). Tazi's vision is to make AI explainable, accessible, and configurable for "mere mortals".

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    What's required to deploy AI that is easy to understand, monitor, and update by business people without data science or computer science backgroundsHow to apply micro-segmentation to detect and eliminate bias in data and modelsWhy "bring your own model" may solve critical issues related to data privacy and data biasHow reducing the complexity of AI also will limit its environmental footprintHow insurance companies are using AI trained with telematic data to determine driver risk and premiumsWhy the Turkish saying "even the snake eats the earth one bite at a time" represents Dr. Cataltepe's vision for the future of AIThanks to the Alchemist Accelerator team for the introduction to Dr. Cataltepe!

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