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Our artificial intelligence future is here. Robot overlords? Sci-fi utopias? Not quite. From AI studio All Turtles, hosts Phil Libin, Jessica Collier, and Blaise Zerega explore the provocative ways entrepreneurs use AI to solve real problems today.

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Our artificial intelligence future is here. Robot overlords? Sci-fi utopias? Not quite. From AI studio All Turtles, hosts Phil Libin, Jessica Collier, and Blaise Zerega explore the provocative ways entrepreneurs use AI to solve real problems today.

    Designing the future of health

    Designing the future of health

    Designers and medical professionals are both key to building the future of health. Dr. Kyra Bobinet is working within that intersection by using neuroscience to help people design healthy lives. She’s an MD and the CEO of engagedIN, a neuroscience-based design firm. Both design and behavioral change are iterative processes, and Dr. Bobinet has experience applying behavioral strategies as a corporate executive to scale the impact of her programs.

    • 18 min
    Design thinking and the future of work

    Design thinking and the future of work

    Sita Magnuson has the spirit of an entrepreneur and the heart of an artist. She’s been able to make a career for herself by channeling both of these strengths into cofounding initiatives like Fort Future, Dpict, and Easthampton Co.Lab. Today on the podcast, she shares her thoughts on process design and the creative methods she uses to generate discussion and productivity in a workplace.

    • 22 min
    23andMe and the future of genomic technology

    23andMe and the future of genomic technology

    What does it mean to democratize DNA? Shirley Wu is answering that question as the Director of Health Product at 23andMe. 23andMe’s mission is to pioneer the future of health with their genetic testing technology, and to help people understand, access, and benefit from the human genome. They’ve had to stay ahead of the quickly evolving pace of the genomics industry, so the story of their work provides valuable lessons for any entrepreneur looking to build a lasting company in a fast-paced world.

    • 22 min
    The future of fertility benefits

    The future of fertility benefits

    In many ways, the future of fertility is closely tied to the future of work, as companies determine how to best ensure that their employees are holistically supported. Employers have a unique and important role to play when it comes to access to fertility care, especially in the U.S. where 150 million people get their health coverage through employers. Carrot is a fertility benefits company solving the growing problem of access to inclusive fertility care. 

    • 24 min
    Sift: Climate change and mental health

    Sift: Climate change and mental health

    Sift is a news therapy app that unpacks contentious topics so you can feel better equipped to keep up with the headlines. Today on the podcast, we’re giving you an audio taste of one of Sift’s topics—climate change—so you can hear what Sift is all about. Listen as we walk you through the impact climate change is having on our mental health.

    • 21 min
    Building best practices for AI systems with Terah Lyons

    Building best practices for AI systems with Terah Lyons

    Terah Lyons is the Executive Director of the Partnership on AI, a consortium that aims to establish best practices for AI systems and to educate the public about AI. They’re working to explore AI’s impact on the world, including on the labor market and the economy. Before this role, Terah worked in the office of the CTO for the Obama administration, but she asserts that public policy alone is not enough. Proactive attention and planning are needed to support economies of the future.

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Customer Reviews

Ben Stirling ,

Helpful and Interesting Content

After listening to many of the ‘Startup Playbook’ episodes, I have taken away several valuable lessons and tips. They will definitely help me with my personal entrepreneurial endeavors.

Thanks to the team for making this great content available.

Jacobenz ,

Great program!

I heard about this podcast on Matketplace Tech today and now I'm on episode 9. I'm writing this review using Grammarly, it definitely helped me with my college papers.
I'm very interested in AI, but who isn't? I've dabbled very lightly, but the very basic thing I can't figure out is where my trained AI exists. I don't understand how to use it once it's trained. After testing, how do I use it? Gawd, I feel like such a noob.
Anyway, I love the program; I'm excited to hear more about All Turtles. Each of you brings something important, but obviously Ms Collier is the best.

The Real Zen Boy ,

What you would expect from a corporate podcast

I have listened to most of their episodes, as I was hoping to learn about AI. No joy here, it’s god awful. The woman on the podcast is terrible, who says inane and banal things and then laughs at it with a half snort like she made a great joke. What’s sad is the woman who fills in when she is away (the Chief of Staff) is amazing. She says she doesn’t listen to the podcast herself, which is ironic because she is such a terrible podcaster. Every episode the one guy will inevitably say “When we were at Evernote...”, which gets tedious. It takes about 10 episodes to actually learn something.

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