The AI Business Podcast features interviews and insights with some of the AI industry's biggest names. Presented by seasoned technology journalists, the podcast includes conversations regarding some of the most cutting-edge applications of artificial intelligence.
Tech Mahindra Chief Digital Services Officer: Overcoming Obstacles to Scaling AI
Kunal Purohit joins AI Business Editor Deborah Yao to talk about scaling AI for the enterprise. He cited the four stages of digital transformation and what factors, both technical and cultural, are hindrances to faster deployment. He also names the most common mistakes enterprises make in adopting AI.
Nokia's Head of Trend Scouting on Gen AI and the Metaverse
Leslie Shannon, head of Trend Scouting at Nokia, talks to Ben Wodecki about AI, the metaverse, and the future of VR.
Mitsubishi Scientist: Are Deep Neural Networks Smarter than Second Graders?
Anoop Cherian, senior principal research scientist at Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, tested the reasoning skills of large language models in a set of logic puzzles to see if they are smarter than young kids.
Schneider Electric's CDO on the Merits of an AI Hub-and-Spoke Structure
Peter Weckesser, chief digital officer of Schneider Electric, speaks to AI Business Editor Deborah Yao about his company's hub-and-spoke AI configuration and shares their generative AI ROI. He also offers advice for other executives looking to deploy AI in the enterprise.
EY's AI Leaders on Optimizing Your AI Workforce
Traci Gusher, EY Americas data and AI leader, and David Guarrera, its generative AI leader, spoke to AI Business Editor Deborah Yao about best practices for assembling an AI workforce. They say it is not as expensive or difficult as one might think since for most companies there is no need to hire elite engineers. Also, they believe prompt engineering will not last as a solo career in the future.
Lenovo Global CIO on Creating a Framework for Generative AI
Arthur Hu, Lenovo's global chief information officer and chief technology and delivery officer of its services and solutions group, cuts through the hype of generative AI deployment in the enterprise and observes that running inference on trained models might be more expensive than expected.
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