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The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
What happens when software eats the world? Industry veterans Paul Ford and Rich Ziade chat with their friends about technology, design, and business from a distinctly East Coast point of view. Decades of experience inform their no-BS, quick-witted patter about what digital transformation really means. Created by Postlight, the digital product studio they co-founded in New York City
 
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It's Dario Cucci here, as an International Speaker, Entrepreneur, Bestselling Author & Sales Mindshifter Coach, I come in contact with all sorts of Experts, Coaches and Industry Professionals. All of which are Entrepreneurs at heart that want to make a positive impact in People's life, by sharing their Stories, experience & knowledge on my Podcast. Plus I will also share with the listeners my own Journey and gold nuggets insights on how one can shift their Mindset to achieve more in Life and ...
 
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Balint Horvath: Entrepreneur, Innovation Specialist, Engineer/Physicist

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“Software eats the world”, as one famous investor once said it. However, our Earth runs on resources and is based on atoms rather than bits. Our true progress therefore depends mainly on our producing, selling innovative physical products, that is hardware. Hardware is...different. Challenges abound in designing, manufacturing, getting funding, hiring, innovating, delivering to the customers. Resources are scattered around and only a few exist. Where do you get real, practical knowledge? Thi ...
 
Gender diversity are buzz words these days– And paradoxically, this is a problem in the fields of science, technology, arts, humanities or medicine. A Hashtag #genderdiversity on social media is used for everything from issues like salary disparity, lack of women in a position of power, navigating career and motherhood to sexual harassment – These are definitely important issues to address. But the need for more women in science, humanities goes beyond issues of just equality and morals. Hi, ...
 
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Paul and Rich are proud New Yorkers through and through, but sometimes they can't help but feel jealous that California kicked NYC to the curb when it comes to tech and Silicon Valley. This week, they unpack how that happened and try to figure out what it is about California that sparks innovation. They also speculate what the next technological re…
 
Today we’re joined by Shayan Mortazavi, a data science manager at Accenture. In our conversation with Shayan, we discuss his talk from the recent SigOpt HPC & AI Summit, titled A Novel Framework Predictive Maintenance Using Dl and Reliability Engineering. In the talk, Shayan proposes a novel deep learning-based approach for prognosis prediction of …
 
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Today we’re joined by friend-of-the-show Nasrin Mostafazadeh, co-founder of Verneek. Though Verneek is still in stealth, Nasrin was gracious enough to share a bit about the company, including their goal of enabling anyone to make data-informed decisions without the need for a technical background, through the use of innovative human-machine interfa…
 
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Today we’re joined by Julie Shah, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Julie’s work lies at the intersection of aeronautics, astronautics, and robotics, with a specific focus on collaborative and interactive robotics. In our conversation, we explore how robots would achieve the ability to predict what their human collabor…
 
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ClearBridge Portfolio Analyst Erica Furfaro and Portfolio Manager Mike Kagan assess the dominance of Netflix in the streaming industry and how other media companies are utilizing streaming for growth as well as provide an overview of the opportunities and privacy challenges facing the leadership names in digital advertising.…
 
Today we’re joined by Yunyao Li, a senior research manager at IBM Research. Yunyao is in a somewhat unique position at IBM, addressing the challenges of enterprise NLP in a traditional research environment, while also having customer engagement responsibilities. In our conversation with Yunyao, we explore the challenges associated with productizing…
 
From classic-rock squabbles to hip-hop diss tracks and social media wars, here are the ridiculous, rancorous conflicts that have held us rapt. https://getpocket.com/explore/item/music-s-30-fiercest-feuds-and-beefs Potato the pages of Rolling Stone “Dear Friend” Love admitted to Goldmine 1971 Rolling Stone profile Wilson later claimed revealed that …
 
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It’s been a few weeks since Zuckerberg’s video broke the internet, but does anyone actually know what the metaverse is? This week Paul and Rich chat with journalist Choire Sicha to figure it out. Will it be a radical new way to live in the future, or did Facebook only need a new story to tell? Together, they predict what digital platforms will look…
 
Today we’re joined by Kim Branson, the SVP and global head of artificial intelligence and machine learning at GSK. We cover a lot of ground in our conversation, starting with a breakdown of GSK’s core pharmaceutical business, and how ML/AI fits into that equation, use cases that appear using genetics data as a data source, including sequential lear…
 
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Suburbia was never as bad as anyone said it was. Now it’s looking even better. https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2020/06/pandemic-suburbs-are-best/613300/ Uncharted were mostly seen continued that tradition Little boxes, all the same same sneer perseveres today Read: A defense of the suburbs streetcar suburbs housing crisis racist gove…
 
Doing work that is fulfilling has become ubiquitous career advice, but no one should depend on a single social institution to define their sense of self. https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2021/11/danger-really-loving-your-job/620690/ Great Resignation more than 75 percent 67 percent The Trouble With Passion burned-out workers Read: Where …
 
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In today's episode we’re talking about an emerging model of gaming called play to earn, in which players can make actual money based on how much time and effort they put into a game. Play to earn is also part of broader trends — the changing relationship between players and platforms, new incentives for participants in blockchain-based networks, an…
 
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Today we’re joined by David Ha, a research scientist at Google. In nature, there are many examples of “bottlenecks”, or constraints, that have shaped our development as a species. Building upon this idea, David posits that these same evolutionary bottlenecks could work when training neural network models as well. In our conversation with David, we …
 
Tom Watson and Stefan Borsje are avid photographers and creators of the new photography app, Glass. This week they join Paul Ford and Michael Shane, Postlight’s Head of Digital Strategy, to talk about developing the app for their fellow photographers. They also share why they chose community funding over venture capital, highlight the importance of…
 
Today we’re joined by Luke Stark, an assistant professor at Western University in London, Ontario. In our conversation with Luke, we explore the existence and use of facial recognition technology, something Luke has been critical of in his work over the past few years, comparing it to plutonium. We discuss Luke’s recent paper, “Physiognomic Artific…
 
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Today we’re joined by Francesc Joan Riera, an applied machine learning engineer at The LEGO Group. In our conversation, we explore the ML infrastructure at LEGO, specifically around two use cases, content moderation and user engagement. While content moderation is not a new or novel task, but because their apps and products are marketed towards chi…
 
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Refrigerators do much more than store your groceries -- they're also vital to preserving and distributing vaccines. Illustrating the realities of (and threats to) global vaccine supply chains, technologist and TED Fellow Nithya Ramanathan describes how smart sensors placed in fridges that store medical supplies can provide crucial, real-time data a…
 
"Beyond the Meme: Ever Given, Supply Chains, and the Physical World" -- by Ryan Petersen (June 2021). Bio + essay details/ originally appeared at: https://future.a16z.com/beyond-the-meme-ever-given-supply-chains-and-the-physical-world/ More read-alouds at: https://a16z.com/tag/read-alouds/By Ryan Petersen, Sonal Chokshi
 
Clay Shirky is a man of many talents — author, educator, and now Vice Provost of Educational Technologies at the New York University. This week, Clay joins Paul and Rich to discuss his role in procuring tech for a large educational institution and shares how the pandemic made us more aware than ever of ed tech's shortcomings. He also breaks down th…
 
Today we’re joined by Hamel Husain, Staff Machine Learning Engineer at GitHub. Over the last few years, Hamel has had the opportunity to work on some of the most popular open source projects in the ML world, including fast.ai, nbdev, fastpages, and fastcore, just to name a few. In our conversation with Hamel, we discuss his journey into Silicon Val…
 
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