A podcast by and for AI entrepreneurs. We interview successful entrepreneurs in the field of Artificial Intelligence to understand what it takes to get an AI startup up and running. The podcast is produced by the OpenCV team - creators of the most popular computer vision library in the world.
Episode #11: Ara Ghazaryan
Welcome to the new episode of AI for Entrepreneurs!
In this episode, Anna Petrovicheva (CTO of OpenCV.AI) meets Ara Ghazaryan, Scylla Tech Co-founder and Lead Data Scientist to talk about the mission of the Scylla, real-time threat detection system, and their prospects.
00:27 What is Scylla
01:49 Getting into the industry and launching the startup
03:50 Differences between researching algorithms in academia and creating own products
10:38 Threat detection
16:55 Market demand and expectations
27:58 Future of deep learning and computer vision for the next five years
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Episode #10: Dmitry Petrov
In this episode, our host Anna Petrovicheva, CTO of OpenCV.AI, is talking to Dmitry Petrov who is the co-founder & CEO of a California-based high-tech startup named Iterative.ai. They created DVC (Data Version Control) which is one of the most popular tools to organize ML-research and production.
Episode #9: Simon Kozlov
In this episode, our host Anna Petrovicheva, CTO of OpenCV.AI, is talking to Simon Kozlov. Simon was the first machine learning engineer at Instrumental.ai, an artificial Intelligence California-based company that is helping consumer electronics companies find and fix problems better in their manufacturing lines. Before that he used to work in game development, working on 3D graphics and the infrastructure side of the graphics stack.
Episode #8: Shawn Frayne
He is an entrepreneur chasing the dream of the hologram. His company, the looking glass factory, has raised 20 million dollars to make this dream a reality.
Today, on Dec 2, 2020 they are launching a product on Kickstarter called Looking Glass Portrait which is a 3D display you can put on your desk. Just imagine, an affordable 3D display that can either be hooked to your computer or work in stand alone mode that sits right on your desk.
Without further ado, let's welcome Shawn Frayne and learn about technology behind and the promise of 3D displays.
Episode #7: Daniel Cremers
In this episode, our host Anna Petrovicheva, CTO of OpenCV.AI, is talking to Daniel Cremers, Professor of Informatics and Mathematics and Chair of Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence at the Technische Universität Münche and one of the most influential scientists in Germany.
It is a fascinating conversation about Daniel's career path from physics to artificial intelligence, his organization experience of the largest computer vision conference ECCV, and about the cooperation between the science and the IT industry. Hope you'll enjoy it!
More about the guest: https://vision.in.tum.de/members/cremers
Episode #6: Serge Belongie
In this episode, OpenCV CEO Satya Mallick is talking with Serge Belongie, professor of computer science at Cornell Tech.
His research interests include Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Crowdsourcing and Human-in-the-Loop Computing. He is also a co-founder of several companies including Digital Persona, which has been called "the world's first mass-market fingerprint identification device", and Anchovi Labs, which was acquired by Dropbox.
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