Businesses remade. Societies altered. Industries transformed. AI at Enterprise scale has the power to solve previously unsolvable problems—right now. Join us here at Enterprise AI to find out how, with our host, Rich Karlgaard. former publisher, Forbes magazine.
The Coming Revolution in Global Supply Chains and Shipping
C3 AI talks to Jim Snabe, the chairman of Denmark-based Maersk, the largest container shipping company in the world, about the ongoing challenges with the global supply chain — and ways to use AI and technology in general to make improvements. Snabe is also the chairman of Siemens, on the board of C3 AI, an adjunct professor at the Copenhagen Business School, and a member of the board of trustees at the World Economic Forum. Previously, he served as co-CEO of the global software company, SAP, where he was also a board member. In this podcast, you’ll learn: How pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions are helping design a more resilient supply chain for the future How using digital twins with AI can give businesses paths to optimize for variables such as cost, time, or carbon footprint Why transformative leaders must narrow their focus and trust people more than key performance indicators How technology and automation will shift the future locations of factories from where labor is cheapest to where electricity is cheapest
Defending America’s Future in the Era of High-Tech Warfare
C3 AI talks to Christian Brose, author of a bestselling book, The Kill Chain: Defending America in the Future of High-Tech Warfare. Chris is also the Chief Strategy Officer of Anduril Industries, a venture backed defense technology company. From 2014-2018, he was the staff director of the Senate Armed Services Committee. In this podcast, you will learn:
Why battlefield network “kill chain” speed is central to modern military capability. How the U.S. military’s world-leading platform strength is also its Achilles heel. What is behind China’s “systems destruction warfare” strategy? The future of A.I. in battlefield networks and autonomous weapons. How the Depart of Defense can leverage faster-evolving commercial technology.
The Digital Transformation of Global Oil & Gas
C3 AI talks to Dan Jeavons, general manager of Shell’s Advanced Analytics Center of Excellence. He has led the center since its inception in 2013, growing the team from the ground up to around 160 individuals. In 2018, Dan was recognized in the top 50 data leaders in the UK. He has been a significant contributor to the development of Shell’s digital strategy which will deliver $2 billion in cost reductions, production increases, and additional customer margins in 2021. In this podcast, you will learn:
What is the U.S. Cyber Command, and what did you accomplish when you ran it? Which digital threats worry you most – ransomware, state-sponsored hackers, or military attacks on our platforms (carriers, submarines, satellites). Does the doctrine of mutually assured destruction work today? What severity of digital attacks would merit a kinetic response? From hypersonic missiles to autonomous drones, which advances in war weaponry worry you most?
From Cyber to Kinetic, The Future of War and Defense Has Arrived
C3 AI talks to retired Lieutenant General Edward Cardon, who served as the Director of the United States Army Office of Business Transformation. In this role, he helped to establish the Army Futures Command, which was the most significant Army command restructuring in more than 45 years. Prior to that, General Cardon headed the Army Cyber Command from 2013 to 2016. He is currently a counselor to The Cohen Group, a global strategic consulting firm, and Chairman of C3 AI Federal Systems. In this podcast, you will learn:
What the U.S. Cyber Command does, and what it accomplished under General Cardon’s leadership. General Cardon’s views on the most relevant threats – ransomware, state-sponsored hackers, or military attacks against our carriers, submarines, and satellites. His views on the doctrine of mutually assured destruction. The advances in weaponry that are most concerning, from hypersonic missiles to autonomous drones.
How Tech’s Acceleration Impacts Geopolitics and National Security
C3 AI talks to Dr. Condoleezza Rice, the director of Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, and a senior fellow on public policy in areas of energy, economics, and national security. From January 2005 to January 2009, Dr. Rice served as the U.S. Secretary of State. Dr. Rice also served as President George W. Bush’s Chief National Security Advisor from January 2001 to January 2005. She is on the boards of C3 AI, Makena Capital, and a member of the college football playoffs committee. In this episode, Dr. Rice covers a range of important topics, including:
How digital technology’s acceleration will shape geopolitics and national security. Whether democracy or authoritarianism has the upper hand in a period of rapid change. The geopolitical and military threats posed by China and Russia. The importance of partnerships between government and the tech industry. The collaboration required to address cyber attacks.
From Accidents to Cyber Attacks -- How AI Can Protect the Power Grids and Major Infrastructure
C3 AI talks to Nicole Perlroth, who covers cybersecurity and digital espionage for The New York Times. She has covered Russian hacks of nuclear plants and elections, North Korea’s cyberattacks against movie studios, and Iranian attacks on oil companies. Her first book – This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends – came out earlier this year and has been optioned for television. In this podcast you will learn:
Why cyber and ransomware attacks have escalated. How “zero-day” exploits became a multi-billion-dollar industry globally. Which critical industries are most vulnerable to cyber attacks. Whether attacks are state-sponsored or merely tolerated by host countries. What governments and companies must do to mitigate the attacks.