15 episodes

Data is everywhere! Doubt it? Then join the Llamazing Data show to find out how people from various industries face the same data-related issues.

Llamazing Data with Kseniya Kseniya K

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Data is everywhere! Doubt it? Then join the Llamazing Data show to find out how people from various industries face the same data-related issues.

    Episode 01 - In the Beholder's Eyes: Data Visualization in IoT

    Episode 01 - In the Beholder's Eyes: Data Visualization in IoT

    In the premiere episode in the renewed season of "Llamazing Data" podcast we're talking with Manuel Lima, Design and Visual Culture leading specialist, about how data can be interpreted, how IoT-based products are benefiting from data and where is the limit (if there is one?) of the useful data's capabilities. Brushing up with our traditional 1-minutes-long quiz "Visualize That: IoT solutions"

    Tune in to hear our llamazing conversation and let us know what are your thoughts and opinions!

    • 18 min
    Season 2 of Llamazing Data podcast is here!

    Season 2 of Llamazing Data podcast is here!

    Hi there everyone! A year ago we started our data-savvy journey in bringing you awesome stories and fun games with our guests - and we're going it AGAIN! Throughout the pandemic out there Llamazing Data podcast team has been working on bringing you more content you love and is now launching Season 2, dedicated to Internet of Things (IoT). Stay tuned! Premier episode - this June, 2021.

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    Episode 12 - Talented Mr. Machine: Data-Driven Optimizations and Machine Learning Implementation

    Episode 12 - Talented Mr. Machine: Data-Driven Optimizations and Machine Learning Implementation

    Autumn's finale episode of the "Llamazing Data" podcast is featuring Kostas Perifanos, Tech Advisor and ML Expert, who is building and leading ML, AI & Data science teams and helps transforming business to tech/AI organizations. He will explain what the connection between ML and AI is, what the core elements of a data-driven projects are and will dive into our traditional 1-minute-long quiz "Here Goes ML: How to Introduce the Technology".

    Tune in to hear our autumn new llamazing talk and stay warm and safe while sharing your feedback!

    • 15 min
    Episode 11 - No Gibberish for this Table: Simultaneous Interpretation and AI-based Translators

    Episode 11 - No Gibberish for this Table: Simultaneous Interpretation and AI-based Translators

    This spooky Halloween episode brings us the discussion with Shweta Ravi, a Simultaneous Interpreter & International Business Facilitator, who is talking about how the language is picked up by humans and how by machines, discussed whether the AI-driven translations can ever evolve enough to be poetic and posh and takes our traditional 1-minute-long quiz, dedicated to all brave Belarusians, on the Yanka Kupala's poem "And Who Goes There?"

    Tune in to listen our great talk and let us know what are your thoughts about algorithmic translators!

    #WeStandWithBelarus

    • 16 min
    Episode 10 - Talk Ex-Machina to Me: Natural Language Processing and AI in Speech Recognition

    Episode 10 - Talk Ex-Machina to Me: Natural Language Processing and AI in Speech Recognition

    Our first anniversary episode of "Llamazing Data" podcast introduces Audrey Duet, Researcher and Team Leader for NLP-based product development projects, who tells us about how NLP-algorithms are trained, whether it's possible to find immortality in the machine and rushes through our traditional 1-minute-long quiz "Tweeting Humans and Witty Machines". 

    Tune in to check out our llamazing conversation and let us know how many of those did you get right!

    • 18 min
    Episode 09 - Kseniya's Reading Room: Alan Turing - Computing Machinery and Intelligence (1950)

    Episode 09 - Kseniya's Reading Room: Alan Turing - Computing Machinery and Intelligence (1950)

    In the newest solo episode of our "Llamazing Data" podcast I am talking about the game-changing and truly revolutionary paper by Alan Turing, the father of theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence. Celebrating the article's 70 years old anniversary this year, I will be discoursing about what of its insights have actually made in to the year 2020, where is the edge between fiction and real science in terms of AI and was Turing eventually right about "thinking machines". 

    Join me in my journey along the almost prophetic paper and let me know what are your thoughts about it! 

    • 13 min

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