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Best Datascience podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Datascience podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Analytics on Fire is your backstage pass inside the enterprise analytics and business intelligence world. Join your host BI author, speaker, and co-founder, Mico Yuk (BI Brainz) as she pulls back the curtain on what’s working right now in the enterprise analytics/business intelligence world and what is not. You’ll hear the inside scoop from experienced business leaders on how to plan, implement and gain true business value from your analytics dollars. Visit analyticsonfire.com to subscribe a ...
 
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
 
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
 
Experian's DataTalk is a fun show featuring data science leaders and technologists from around the world. We talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, data visualizations, data ethics, data philanthropy, and much more. Hosted by Mike Delgado
 
Data Journeys is a podcast for aspiring Data Scientists by AJ Goldstein, where he interviews world-class Data Scientists about their learning journeys. The focus is on how they’ve bridged the gap between acquiring technical skills and creating real-world impact. In each episode, the goal is to equip up-and-comers with the strategies, tactics, and tools that the best in the world have used to get to where they are today.
 
A new Microsoft series featuring insights from pathbreakers who are transforming businesses through the power of Artificial Intelligence. Hosted by the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Microsoft AI, Joseph Sirosh, these conversations cover exciting new AI innovations, applications and future trends
 
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Mike Bugembe is a speaker, consultant, and Amazon best selling author of the book Cracking the Data Code. He joins today’s podcast to talk about the things that you can do that will help create successful analytics projects. After being the head of business intelligence for one of the largest diamond companies in the world, and seeing project strug…
 
Today we’re joined by Devi Parikh, Associate Professor at the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech, and research scientist at Facebook AI Research (FAIR). While Devi’s work is more broadly focused on computer vision applications, we caught up to discuss her presentation on AI and Creativity at the CV for Fashion, Art and Design workshop …
 
Today we’re joined by Max Welling, Vice President of Technologies at Qualcomm Netherlands, and Professor at the University of Amsterdam. In case you missed it, Max joined us last year to discuss his work on Gauge Equivariant CNNs and Generative Models - the 2nd most popular episode of 2019. In this conversation, we explore the concept and Max’s wor…
 
It turns out Joel wrote another book: Ten Essays on Fizz Buzz (Quarantine does strange things to a person.) In this episode Andrew and Joel discuss Fizz Buzz, what makes the book interesting, the value of deconstructing problems in different ways, Joel's side career in acting, why fluffy talks are easier to write than technical talks, the importanc…
 
Lewis Temares is a former Dean at the University of Miami, and though he’s retired now, he still has a lot to say and a lot of knowledge to contribute. As one of the most beloved leaders I’ve ever met, he has managed large and very successful teams in IT. Not only was he my first mentor in the technical industry, but his influence and continual gui…
 
Today we conclude our 2020 ICML coverage joined by Iordanis Kerenidis, Research Director at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) in Paris, and Head of Quantum Algorithms at QC Ware. Iordanis’ research centers around quantum algorithms of machine learning, and was an ICML main conference Keynote speaker on the topic! We focus our conv…
 
Today we continue our ICML series with Elaine Nsoesie, assistant professor at Boston University. Elaine presented a keynote talk at the ML for Global Health workshop at ICML 2020, where she shared her research centered around data-driven epidemiology. In our conversation, we discuss the different ways that machine learning applications can be used …
 
Passwords are the worst. We know many users pick easy passwords and reuse them everywhere, passwords managers create a treasure-troves for hackers, and even two factor authentication has vulnerabilities. So that got us thinking – what’s next? Ori Eisen is our guest on this episode of the Georgian Impact Podcast. He is the founder and CEO of Trusona…
 
Why is the business missing in BI? And how can you get the business back into BI? That’s what today’s guest is here to talk about. Cliff Alper is Director of Product Development at Analysis Factory, and in today’s episode, you’ll hear what he has to say about how you can tell if you’re someone who’s missing out on the business part of BI, why it’s …
 
Today we’re joined by Hal Daume III, professor at the University of Maryland, Senior Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, and Co-Chair of the 2020 ICML Conference. We had the pleasure of catching up with Hal ahead of this year's ICML to discuss his research at the intersection of bias, fairness, NLP, and the effects language has on machine l…
 
On this episode of The Uplow’d, our guests Amanda Jack, B.J. Schmidt and Greg Noble give us a behind-the-scenes look into what goes into store ordering, and how the recent introduction of a system called AutoMINs puts data behind each order placed to keep store shelves stocked. Amanda Jack is a Lead Solution Design Consultant for the 84.51° SCORe &…
 
As an early or growth stage company, scaling is always top of mind. Skills are scarce and expensive, so machine learning and AI have to be the foundation you build on. And balancing this opportunity with the challenges it brings is key. On this special edition of the Georgian Impact Podcast we’ll be getting insights on this fascinating topic from A…
 
Today we’re excited to be joined by return guest Michael Bronstein, Professor at Imperial College London, and Head of Graph Machine Learning at Twitter. We last spoke with Michael at NeurIPS in 2017 about Geometric Deep Learning. Since then, his research focus has slightly shifted to exploring graph neural networks. In our conversation, we discuss …
 
Are your subconscious beliefs causing difficulties in your life? Are they holding you back from overcoming challenges that you’re facing? Today’s guest can help you understand how your subconscious beliefs may be holding you back and what you can do about it. Julie Cairns is the author of the book The Abundance Code. In today’s episode, you’ll hear…
 
Today we’re excited to bring ‘The Great ML Language (Un)Debate’ to the podcast! In the latest edition of our series of live discussions, we brought together experts and enthusiasts representing an array of both popular and emerging programming languages for machine learning. In the discussion, we explored the strengths, weaknesses, and approaches o…
 
EPISODE 129: In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Dr. Camilla Pang about her latest book "Explaining Humans: What Science Can Teach Us About Life, Love and Relationships" — where she shares how her powers of neurodiversity (ASD, ADHD, GAD) and PhD in structural, chemical and computational biology helps her better understand the complexity of huma…
 
Today we’re joined by Eric Topol, Director & Founder of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, and author of the book Deep Medicine. Eric is also one of the most trusted voices on the COVID-19 pandemic, giving those that follow his Twitter account (link) daily updates on the disease and its impact, from both a biological and public health pe…
 
What do you know about emotional intelligence? Today’s guest is going to answer a lot of questions about emotional intelligence, EQ, when you should have your EQ assessed, and what you should do with that information. [01:13] What to expect in Season Five of AoF [08:55] User Expectations: What emotional intelligence is and when you should take an e…
 
Today we’re joined by Diana Marculescu, Department Chair and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Texas at Austin. We caught up with Diana to discuss her work on hardware-aware machine learning. In particular, we explore her keynote, “Putting the “Machine” Back in Machine Learning: The Case for Hardware-ML Model Co-desi…
 
In this week’s #DataTalk, we chat with Renée Cummings, Founder and CEO of Urban AI, about ways racial bias in artificial intelligence has hurt marginalized communities and steps we can take to combat these biased systems. Renée Cummings is a criminologist, AI ethicist and founder of Urban AI. She is also a community scholar at Columbia University. …
 
Today we conclude our CVPR coverage joined by Flora Tasse, Head of Computer Vision & AI Research at Streem. Flora, a keynote speaker at the AR/VR workshop at CVPR, walks us through some of the interesting use cases at the intersection of AI, computer vision, and augmented reality technology. In our conversation, we discuss how Flora’s interest in a…
 
Our first library update covering recent additions including research from Hacker One and Bugcrowd, ESI Thoughtlab, Audit Analytics, Hiscox and Snyk. This is the audiobook version of what we share in the library newsletter.For the newsletter sign up at https://bit.ly/cyentialibrary. As always, you can find the library at https://library.cyentia.com…
 
EPISODE 127: Jennie Ibrahim is Chairman of the Board of Project Scientist and Senior Software Engineer at Google. We talk with her about her passion for computer science, ways she has navigated her career, her work to empower girls to pursue careers in STEM, and also get some career advice for those of us that need help networking and improving com…
 
Today we return to our coverage of the 2020 CVPR conference with a conversation with Julian Quiroga, a Computer Vision Team Lead at Genius Sports. Julian presented his recent paper “As Seen on TV: Automatic Basketball Video Production using Gaussian-based Actionness and Game States Recognition” at the CVSports workshop. We jump right into the paper…
 
Virtual reality and augmented reality are becoming more mainstream every day. At its peak, 28 million people were running around trying to catch virtual monsters in Pokémon Go. But it isn’t all fun and games – the corporate world is eyeing VR as a cheaper, more effective and engaging way to train employees – and so far, it seems to deliver on that …
 
Today we’re taking a break from our CVPR coverage to bring you this interview with Deb Raji, a Technology Fellow at the AI Now Institute at New York University. Over the past week or two, there have been quite a few major news stories in the AI community, including the self-imposed moratorium on facial recognition technology from Amazon, IBM and Mi…
 
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