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On this episode of The Six Five – On The Road, hosts Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead welcome Intel's Anil Rao, VP, GM Systems Architecture & Engineering and Zscaler's Ken Urquhart, Global Vice President of 5G Strategy for a conversation on how Intel is making aggressive plans to offer software, security, and services to its customers with initiatives like Project Amber, Confidential Computing and more. Their discussion covers: Intel's commitment to empowering developers with confidence, leveraging innovative hardware, developer software, and solutions Anil's pivotal role in driving security technology and system-architecture innovation, including oversight of the Intel Trust Authority A spotlight on Intel's client, Zscaler, and their successful implementation of Intel's Confidential Computing, along with the achieved outcomes Exploring the concept of being "secured down to the silicon" and the consequential assurance of end-to-end data protection, instilling confidence in Intel's clientele
If you build an easy-to-use portal to the world of quantum coding, eventually, companies are going to take notice and want to offer the environment to their teams. Learn how you can interact with quantum computing hardware and software of all types, either on your own or with your teammates to solve real business problems, using qBraid. Join Host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about this evolved tool with qBraid Co-founder and CEO Kanav Setia. For more on qBraid, visit www.qbraid.com/. Visit Protiviti at www.protiviti.com/US-en/technology-consulting/quantum-computing-services to learn more about how Protiviti is helping organizations get post-quantum ready. Follow host Konstantinos Karagiannis on all socials: @KonstantHacker and follow Protiviti Technology on LinkedIn and Twitter: @ProtivitiTech. Questions and comments are welcome! Theme song by David Schwartz, copyright 2021. The views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not represent the views of, nor are they endorsed by, Protiviti Inc., The Post-Quantum World, or their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, shareholders, or subsidiaries. None of the content should be considered investment advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or as an endorsement of any company, security, fund, or other securities or non-securities offering. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Protiviti Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, including minorities, females, people with disabilities, and veterans.
Joining us this week is Dr. David Bader, a Distinguished Professor and founder of the Department of Data Science in the Ying Wu College of Computing and Director of the Institute for Data Science at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He deep dives into the opportunity to democratize data science tools and the awesome free tool he and Mike Merrill spent the last several years building that can be found on the Bears-R-Us GitHub page open to the public. We also discuss the vulnerabilities in open-source supply chain, what about AI security teams should be concerned about, data poisoning, AI that is fair and equitable and the discussion on regulation and self-regulation in AI. Key takeaway from the conversation -- data science is indeed growing and it holds an exciting future for those that pursue it! David A. Bader is a Distinguished Professor and founder of the Department of Data Science in the Ying Wu College of Computing and Director of the Institute for Data Science at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Prior to this, he served as founding Professor and Chair of the School of Computational Science and Engineering, College of Computing, at Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, ACM, AAAS, and SIAM; a recipient of the IEEE Sidney Fernbach Award; and the 2022 Innovation Hall of Fame inductee of the University of Maryland's A. James School of Engineering. For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://www.forcepoint.com/govpodcast/e251
Kevin Roose is a technology columnist for The New York Times covering technology innovation, including AI. He's also the author of three books: his latest, Futureproof, is a “guide to surviving the technological future,” including nine rules to help people more confidently navigate a machine-filled world. In this episode, Roose discusses how he developed an interest in technology at a young age, how he became a journalist and an author (and how technology has impacted both industries), what it's like writing about AI right now, and the importance of media and journalism to hold companies accountable. Kevin Roose | The New York Times Kevin Scott Behind the Tech with Kevin Scott Discover and listen to other Microsoft Podcasts.
Our chat with John De Goes starts with his Scala & Rust journeys, then goes into Golem Cloud, a serverless durable computing platform underpinned by Wasm, and ends with a discussion about whether business applications really need parallelism. Discuss this episode: https://discord.gg/nPa76qF
In today's episode, I will take you on a journey through the frontiers of quantum computing, a technology surrounded by an aura of scientific intrigue and commercial promise. Yuval Boger, Chief Marketing Officer at QuEra, joins us to cut through the fog surrounding this emerging field. QuEra, a visionary Boston-based company founded by luminaries from MIT, has set out to transform quantum computing from a theoretical wonder to a practical tool for solving real-world problems. The crux of our conversation orbits around the timeline of quantum computing's contributions to real-world business applications. While the technology has been enveloped in a whirlpool of hype over the years, Yuval provides a sober perspective on when quantum solutions might genuinely disrupt industries like finance, oil and gas, and government research. Yuval offers a nuanced view of how quantum processors will coexist with traditional CPUs and GPUs. The key takeaway is that rather than upending the computational apple cart, quantum will supercharge certain calculations and unlock problems beyond the reach of classical computing systems. By the end of our conversation, it becomes apparent that while quantum computing is undoubtedly a revolution in the making, it's a revolution that will integrate with, rather than overthrow, existing technological infrastructures. For companies and individuals willing to grasp its complexities and nuances, quantum computing offers opportunities that could redefine problem-solving in the 21st century.
The UK is one of the largest producers of household electronic waste in the world. In 2022 we threw away nearly 24 kilos of things like plugs, mobile phones and computer hardware per person. The volume of e-waste produced world-wide is predicted to increase from more than 61 million metric tons this year to nearly 75 million in 2030 – and the vast majority of this will go into landfill. In this special episode, Becky Slack from the New Statesman's Spotlight team meets Michael Wyatt, director of Google ChromeOS EMEA, and Justin Sutton-Parker, CEO of research group Px3, to discuss what businesses and other organisations can do to play their part in reducing the scourge of e-waste, and more broadly how IT can drive sustainability. --This episode is sponsored by Google ChromeOS. Trial ChromeOS Flex for yourself on an old PC or Mac for free. Download ChromeOS Flex onto a USB via the ChromeOS website.--The New Statesman Spotlight team reports on policy for those who shape it and the businesses it affects. Read their policy reporting at https://www.newstatesman.com/spotlight Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Raoul welcomes Dan Desjardins, Ph.D., CEO, and co-founder of Distributive, a groundbreaking startup that allows the remote use of millions of computers with a technology that is exponentially more efficient than anything before it. Dan and Raoul explore a future, as enabled by his startup's tech, where all your digital devices, from cars to laptops to smart TVs, would get paid to contribute their computing processing power to form the world's largest and most affordable supercomputer we've ever seen. Recorded on August 23rd, 2023. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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We can easily extrapolate that quantum computing will excel at large optimizations that challenge classical systems. One such mammoth problem is power-grid energy distribution. How has one neutral atom system started to tackle this already? Join Host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat with Rob Hays from Atom Computing, where they discuss a partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy. For more on Atom Computing, visit https://atom-computing.com/. Visit Protiviti at www.protiviti.com/US-en/technology-consulting/quantum-computing-services to learn more about how Protiviti is helping organizations get post-quantum ready. Follow host Konstantinos Karagiannis on all socials at: @KonstantHacker and follow Protiviti Technology on LinkedIn and Twitter: @ProtivitiTech. Questions and comments are welcome! Theme song by David Schwartz, copyright 2021. The views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not represent the views of, nor are they endorsed by, Protiviti Inc., The Post-Quantum World, or their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, shareholders, or subsidiaries. None of the content should be considered investment advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or as an endorsement of any company, security, fund, or other securities or non-securities offering. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Protiviti Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, including minorities, females, people with disabilities, and veterans.
The dawn of the exascale computer has arrived. In May 2022, a computer named Frontier was switched on at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the USA. At well over twice the computing power of the previous world record holder, it has ushered in a new era of supercomputers, with at least two more to follow in the coming months and years.In this episode, we'll be looking at why this undeniably impressive milestone actually means, and more importantly, why it matters. We'll also be looking at some of the challenges remaining as we enter the exascale era – namely, how do we actually use computers at this scale?We're joined in this episode by Mike Woodacre, Chief Technologist at HPE. He starts by spelling out some of the core statistics underpinning the Frontier exascale computer and its 60 million parts, as well as some of the challenges endemic to computing at the cutting edge of technology.We also meet Doug Kothe, former Director of the Exascale Computing Project at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He's hugely excited about the possibilities of exascale as a source of incredible compute in-depth with the ability to return answers to complex questions and simulations in almost real-time. At the same time, he's also keen to use Frontier as a gateway to open up HPC and supercomputing to more and more organizations, via an ‘app store' which allows potentially thousands of users simultaneous access to Frontier for their own needs.For different reasons, Professor Rick Stevens is also excited to be entering the exascale age. He's Argonne National Laboratory's Associate Laboratory Director for Computing, Environment and Life Sciences. He's keen to put their upcoming Aurora exascale computer to work on projects to revolutionise cancer treatments, from diagnostics to drug discovery, through his CANDLE program. Rick's also cautious, though. Whilst he appreciates the promise that exascale offers, he knows that it's not an end-goal, but a stepping stone to the next generation and new technological advances.That's a sentiment shared by our final guest, Cristin Merritt. She's the Chief Marketing Officer at Alces Flight, an HPC solutions provider. She's keenly across worldwide demand for supercomputing power, and sees an evolving landscape of commercial demand and supply growing out of the innovations that exascale offers. She's cautious, though – right now, exascale is too experimental and non-standard to be commercially mass-market. With time, though, she believes that might just change.
Trimming profits, delaying launches, begging friends. Companies are going to extreme lengths to make do with shortages of GPUs, the chips at the heart of generative AI programs. Read this story here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hagar Chemali, Mike Madrid, and Ron Steslow discuss how Artificial Intelligence will shape our elections and be a tool for bad actors on the world stage. What we read: Bloomberg—Opinion: We Need AI Arms Control to Keep the New Cold War From Turning Hot Scientific American—How AI Could Take Over Elections--And Undermine Democracy - Scientific American The Guardian—The Coming Wave by Mustafa Suleyman review – AI, synthetic biology and a new dawn for humanity | Computing and the net books | The Guardian Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is Simon Peyton Jones – a hugely influential computer scientist who has spent his career researching the implementation and applications of functional programming languages, particularly lazy functional programming. After a stint in academia, he joined Microsoft Research Cambridge (1998-2022) where he spent more than 20 years before becoming an Engineering Fellow at Epic Games last year.Simon's main research interest is in functional programming languages, their implementation, and their application. He was a key contributor to the design of the now-standard functional language Haskell, and was the lead designer of the widely-used Glasgow Haskell Compiler.He is also the Chair of Computing at School, the grass-roots organisation which helped lead to the reform in our English computing curriculum in 2014, now making the subject compulsory in all schools.In this conversation, we discuss how he fell in love with programming, how he approaches complex problems, what Epic's Tim Sweeny's vision is for the metaverse and why he believes all kids should code.Simon's enthusiasm for the field of computer science is hugely infectious and whether you know of him already or not, I think you will really enjoy this episode. Simon Peyton Jones Website / Twitter / GitHub / Computing at SchoolDanielle Twitter / Instagram / Newsletter
In this episode, we speak with Mike Palmer, CEO of Sigma Computing. Sigma is a cloud-native analytics platform that uses a familiar spreadsheet interface to give business users instant access to explore and get insights from their cloud data warehouse. It requires no code or special training to explore billions of rows, augment with new data, or perform “what if” analysis on all data in real-time. Mike joined Sigma in 2020 and brought with him more than two decades of experience in the technology industry, developing and delivering solutions for the enterprise at startups and Fortune 500 companies. Mike supports Teach For America. To learn more about this organization click here. I am your host RJ Lumba. We hope you enjoy the show. If you like the episode, click to subscribe.
Greetings, Comrades! Today we are joined by our good friend Sean from the amazing Advent of Computing podcast, to discuss about how computers are integrated in modern weapons systems and, of course, how that might impact the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Enjoy!Advent of Computing podcast page: https://adventofcomputing.com/Our discord: https://discord.gg/JTPY6QhpSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/theeasternborder. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Richard Gower is Vice President (Computing, Data Science & Technology) at DeLoach Engineering Science, PLLC & was the first member of Cohort 8 of The Object-Oriented UX Masterclass Certification to become a Certified OOUX Strategist. In this episode of the podcast, Sophia & Richard discuss what it was like when object-oriented programming was invented, why "legacy" has one meaning in life & another in software, & why we've kind of been using the word "inheritance" wrong this whole time. LINKS: Connect with Richard on LinkedIn Take The Self-Paced OOUX Masterclass Continue this conversation over on The OOUX Forum --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ooux/support
Quantum computing needs logical, error-corrected qubits to reach the ultimate goal of fault-tolerant systems that can change the world. Without logical qubits, we won't be able to have production-ready business use cases that are pure quantum. Is it too early to be thinking about creating these “perfect” qubits? One company says it's already tackling the problem with a new take on the old quantum-classical Schrödinger's Cat thought experiment. Join Host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about cat qubits with Théau Peronnin from Alice&Bob. For more on Alice&Bob, visit https://alice-bob.com/. Visit Protiviti at www.protiviti.com/postquantum to learn more about how Protiviti is helping organizations get post-quantum ready. Follow host Konstantinos Karagiannis on Twitter and Instagram: @KonstantHacker and follow Protiviti Technology on LinkedIn and Twitter: @ProtivitiTech. Contact Konstantinos at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions and comments are welcome! Theme song by David Schwartz, copyright 2021. The views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not represent the views of, nor are they endorsed by, Protiviti Inc., The Post-Quantum World, or their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, shareholders, or subsidiaries. None of the content should be considered investment advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or as an endorsement of any company, security, fund, or other securities or non-securities offering. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Protiviti Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, including minorities, females, people with disabilities, and veterans.
In this episode of ACM ByteCast, Rashmi Mohan hosts Anima Anandkumar, a Bren Professor of Computing at California Institute of Technology (the youngest named chair professor at Caltech) and the Senior Director of AI Research at NVIDIA, where she leads a group developing the next generation of AI algorithms. Her work has spanned healthcare, robotics, and climate change modeling. She is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an NSF Career Award, and was most recently named an ACM Fellow, among many other prestigious honors and recognitions. Her work has been extensively covered on PBS, in Wired magazine, MIT Tech Review, YourStory, and Forbes, with a focus on using AI for good. Anima talks about her journey, growing up in a house where computer science was a way of life and family members who served as strong role models. She shares her path in education and research at the highly selective IIT-Madras, the importance of a strong background in math in her computing work, and some of the breakthrough moments in her career, including work on using tensor algorithms to process large datasets. Anima spends some time discussing topic modeling and reinforcement learning, what drives her interests, the possibilities of interdisciplinary collaboration, and the promise and challenges brought about by the age of generative AI.
Our guest is professor and director of the Digital Life Institute at Ontario Tech University, Isabel Pedersen, who specializes in the study of wearables, embodied computing, and similar technologies. In this episode, we take a tour through what Isabel calls the continuum of embodiment, starting with the defining characteristics of the field, exploring its many manifestations and advancements over the decades, and even looking into the future when we may see applications such as brain computer interfaces. Along the way we discuss the impacts of embodied technology, including topics like the impacts of rhetoric on design and adoption of technology, the societal impacts, and much much more. Follow Isabel and her work at twitter.com/isabel_pedersen** Learn more about Singularity: su.org Host: Steven Parton - LinkedIn / Twitter
Rajeeb Hazra, President & Chief Executive Officer at Quantinuum, discusses commercializing quantum technology. Frank Holmes, Executive Chairman at Hive Digital Technologies, talks macro issues facing the crypto industry. Managing Director of China Beige Book International Shehzad Qazi discusses China's deepening economic woes. And we Drive to the Close with Sam Dunlap, CIO at Angel Oak Capital Advisors. Hosts: Carol Massar and Jess Menton Producer: Paul BrennanSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our four-part miniseries focused on Artificial Intelligence, its place within Indiana's tech sector, and Indiana University's role in driving innovation in the AI space.In this episode, Dennis Trinkle sits down with Joanna Millunchick, Dean of IU's Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, and David Crandall, Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Artificial Intelligence Center.Joanna and David discuss AI's recent dominance, what's the future holds for AI, and how Luddy School will drive AI innovation.
In the latest Tech Talks Daily podcast episode, we sat down with Darryl Adams, Director of Accessibility at Intel. Darryl provides enlightening insights into how Intel is harnessing technology to bridge the accessibility gap, particularly for individuals with hearing disabilities. Here are some of the key takeaways: Global Access to Assistive Technology: In a heartwarming partnership with 3DP4ME, Intel is making strides in increasing the availability of assistive tech in developing countries. A pilot project in Jordan stands as a testament to the potential of this initiative. By employing 3D printing technology, 3DP4ME is equipping children with custom-fitted hearing aids. This not only ensures a better fit but also proves to be a quicker and more cost-effective solution than traditional methods. Seamless Aid-to-PC Integration: Leveraging the insights from their employees with hearing impairments, Intel's innovative team is closing the compatibility gap that once restricted the full use of hearing aids with PCs. Thanks to the implementation of Bluetooth LE Audio, users can now directly connect their hearing aids to their computers. A Tailored Audio Assistance Experience: Recognizing that one size doesn't fit all, Intel is pioneering personalized audio assistance solutions. For those challenged by specific sound frequencies, Intel's tools are designed to help them concentrate on their PC tasks without missing out on vital ambient sounds. The All Ears software is a prime example of this, alerting users to significant sounds in their surroundings through on-screen notifications. This conversation sheds light on the power of technology in making the world a more inclusive space for all.
المرة دي حندردش مع د وليد عمار عن الذكاء الصناعي و تأثيره على المجتمع, د وليد من خبراء الذكاء الصناعي و من اللي اشتغلوا في المجال سواء من أكثر من زاوية, سواء من زاوية الأكاديميا و البحث العلمي, أو من الناحية التطبيقية و العملية. - Did scientific innovation (eg, AI) improve our lives? - How does early stage scientific innovation translate into economic progress? - Can AI be used to build more advanced weapon? - Who is in charge? Waleed Ammar is the co-founder of a mission-driven AI startup and a product manager at the Allen Institute for Artificial intelligence (AI2). Before rejoining AI2 this year, Waleed was a senior research scientist at Google, where he helped develop transformer-based models for generating DNA sequences based on PacBio long-reads which significantly reduced variant-calling errors [Nature Biotech'22]. He also helped develop task-oriented dialog systems which are more robust to disfluencies, code-switching and user revisions [arXiv'23]. Prior to joining Google, Waleed led the Semantic Scholar research team's efforts to develop ML-based methods to facilitate access to the literature [e.g., NAACL 19], build a knowledge graph of the scientific literature [NAACL'18], and use this wealth of information to identify systemic social problems in science [JAMA'19]. He also occasionally teaches courses at UW linguistics as an affiliate faculty member. In 2016, Waleed received a Ph.D. degree in artificial intelligence from Carnegie Mellon University. Before pursuing the Ph.D., Waleed was a research engineer at Microsoft Research and a web developer at eSpace Technologies. Outside work, Waleed spends most of his time on the water or in dancing studios.
Today's guest is the Senior Director of the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech and the Director of STEM Education Strategy at Google. Hear his story when he witnessed someone with a broken arm screwed to a board to set it instead of a cast opened his perspective to the differences in economies and education, and that set him in motion to aim to make a difference where he could. As the first generation in his family born in America, to Guyana immigrants, his work focuses on building an equitable approach to computing education as a cornerstone of modern citizenship, to support opportunities in education for all. Please welcome Kamau Bobb. https://www.kamaubobb.com https://twitter.com/kamaubobb https://www.linkedin.com/in/kbobb/
Standardization is something we take for granted in classical information technology. But when it comes to quantum computing, are we all speaking the same language? In addition to making neutral-atom quantum systems, Pasqal is trying to ensure all aspects of QIS will interoperate going forward. Standardization has always helped businesses adopt new technologies because they are more consistent and reliable as a result. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat with Catherine Lefebvre from Pasqal and learn how they're doing more than making room-temperature quantum computers.For more on Pasqal, visit www.pasqal.com/.Visit Protiviti at www.protiviti.com/postquantum to learn more about how Protiviti is helping organizations get post-quantum ready. Follow host Konstantinos Karagiannis on Twitter and Instagram: @KonstantHacker and follow Protiviti Technology on LinkedIn and Twitter: @ProtivitiTech. Contact Konstantinos at email@example.com. Questions and comments are welcome! Theme song by David Schwartz, copyright 2021. The views expressed by the participants of this program are their own and do not represent the views of, nor are they endorsed by, Protiviti Inc., The Post-Quantum World, or their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, representatives, shareholders, or subsidiaries. None of the content should be considered investment advice, as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, or as an endorsement of any company, security, fund, or other securities or non-securities offering. Thanks for listening to this podcast. Protiviti Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, including minorities, females, people with disabilities, and veterans.
This Week in Startups is brought to you by… Carta now lets you launch and administer SPVs for your syndicate. Share your knowledge, capital, and network to launch your syndicate SPVs through Carta. Get 10% off your first SPV at carta.com with promo code TWIST. Eight Sleep. Good sleep is the ultimate game changer. Now you can add the Pod Pro Cover to any mattress! Go to eightsleep.com/twist to check out the Pod Pro Cover and get $150 off at checkout! LinkedIn Jobs. A business is only as strong as its people, and every hire matters. Go to LinkedIn.com/unicorn to post your first job for free. Terms and conditions apply. * Today's show: Lightmatter CEO Nick Harris joins Jason to discuss how his startup is revolutionizing the future of computing with photonic chips (1:48), the challenges of building the next-generation AI hardware (18:35), and more! * Time stamps: (00:00) Lightmatter CEO Nick Harris joins Jason (1:48) Photonic computing and the optic engines involved (5:08) Lightmatter's background and customer base (9:24) The impact of this technology (11:38) Carta - Get 10% off your first SPV at https://carta.com with promo code TWIST (13:12) Catching up to demand and the endgame for process tech in semiconductors (15:37) Using AI tools to build AI chips and the potential of data centers in space (18:35) Fixing issues associated with advanced chips and supercomputers (21:58) Eight Sleep - Go to https://eightsleep.com/twist to check out the Pod Cover and get $150 off at checkout! (23:30) Where we are on the path to AGI (26:17) Nick's background in quantum computing (29:15) The LK-99 supercomputer (33:42) LinkedIn Jobs - Post your first job for free at https://LinkedIn.com/unicorn (34:58) Scientists gaining recognition and the app diversion (40:17) LinkSquares CEO Vishal Sunak on going from $1M to $10M in ARR in 2 years * Follow Nick: https://twitter.com/theanalognick Check out Lightmatter: https://lightmatter.co * Read LAUNCH Fund 4 Deal Memo: https://www.launch.co/four Apply for Funding: https://www.launch.co/apply Buy ANGEL: https://www.angelthebook.com Great recent interviews: Steve Huffman, Brian Chesky, Aaron Levie, Sophia Amoruso, Reid Hoffman, Frank Slootman, Billy McFarland, PrayingForExits, Jenny Lefcourt Check out Jason's suite of newsletters: https://substack.com/@calacanis * Follow Jason: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasoncalacanis * Follow TWiST: Substack: https://twistartups.substack.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/TWiStartups YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thisweekin * Subscribe to the Founder University Podcast: https://www.founder.university/podcast
will.i.am is most well-known as the founder and lead member of the Black Eyed Peas. Simultaneously, he is also an entrepreneur and Founder & CEO of FYI.AI, a Web 3.0 AI messenger, where he spends a lot of his time investing in software and operating systems incorporating AI, natural language understanding, and voice computing. In this episode, Kevin and will.i.am discuss his upbringing and how he got interested in technology, his optimism around AI and where it's going (especially in creative fields), how he started his foundation providing STEAM education for disadvantaged youth, and much more. This episode includes strong language and may not be appropriate for all audiences. will.i.am | FYI.AI will.i.am also co-hosts the Changemakers podcast with Omar Abbosh. Check it out here. Kevin Scott Behind the Tech with Kevin Scott Discover and listen to other Microsoft Podcasts.
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For this episode of the Start Up Stage, we're sitting down with OctaSpace, a company creating a solution to monopolized and expensive computing, with innovating distributed computing. We talked about these guys on The 100x Gem Show, so we are STOKED to get them on for an interview! Let us know what you think! As always, we want to stress that nothing in this is financial investment advice. Our goal with these conversations is to give everyone listening one more tool in their belt to utilize while they do their own research and learn more about crypto. Find us: https://linktr.ee/theobsidiancouncil Find our speakers this week: Matthew Walker - https://twitter.com/hawaiianmint Cesar Martinez - https://twitter.com/poppabigmac OctaSpace: https://twitter.com/octa_space Find our Sponsors: Astrabit: https://astrabit.io/ Talent by Obsidian: https://www.obsidianfi.com/web3-talent-by-obsidian#form
An extra large MacVoices Live panel that featured Chuck Joiner, David Ginsburg, Brian Flanagan-Arthurs, Eric Bolden, Brittany Smith, Guy Serle, Jeff Gamet, Web Bixby, Kelly Guimont and Mark Fussio look at Apple's impact on the stock market as its stock price approaches $3 trillion. The recent release of the Vision Pro and other announcements have contributed to this growth. Despite the stock market's unpredictability, there is anticipation for strong financial results from Apple, especially in its services business. The Mac and Xcode play a crucial role in Apple's product development. The publication of a chart showing who is using what is questioned by the panel along with their thinking. (Part 1) This MacVoices is supported by Notion. Do your most efficient work with Notion Projects. You can try it for free today at notion.com/macvoices. Show Notes: Chapters: 0:06:43 Market expectations and speculation about Apple's future 0:08:28 Apple's stock could drop but let's toast to its success 0:10:17 Report questions Mac's place in Apple ecosystem 0:12:09 The Mac and Xcode's significance for mobile platforms 0:13:05 The Mac vs. Mobile Platforms: Changing Landscape of Computing 0:15:15 Developer's perspective: Is the Mac falling behind? 0:15:24 Xcode and the Mac: A Relevant Partnership 0:16:57 iPad vs. Mac: Showcasing Limitations and User Interface 0:17:29 Possibility of running macOS on an iPad 0:21:15 Importance of Mac's engineering and rumored M3 chip 0:23:01 Apple's Product Segmentation and Target Audience 0:27:09 Mac Pro vs. Mac Mini Sales: Debunking the Pie Chart 0:28:56 Mac's Relevance and Profitability: Alive and Thriving 0:30:18 Breakdown of Mac usage in enterprise perspective 0:31:43 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro dominate professional usage Links: Apple shares hit new all-time intraday and closing highs https://macdailynews.com/2023/06/27/apple-shares-hit-new-all-time-intraday-and-closing-highs-230627/ What keeps the Mac relevant for Apple, despite iPhone dominance by Andrew Orr https://appleinsider.com/articles/23/06/21/xcodes-power-keeps-mac-relevant-for-apple-despite-iphone-dominance Guests: Web Bixby has been in the insurance business for 40 years and has been an Apple user for longer than that.You can catch up with him on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Eric Bolden is into macOS, plants, sci-fi, food, and is a rural internet supporter. You can connect with him on Twitter, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Mastodon at @email@example.com, and on his blog, Trending At Work. Brian Flanigan-Arthurs is an educator with a passion for providing results-driven, innovative learning strategies for all students, but particularly those who are at-risk. He is also a tech enthusiast who has a particular affinity for Apple since he first used the Apple IIGS as a student. You can contact Brian on twitter as @brian8944. He also recently opened a Mastodon account at @firstname.lastname@example.org. Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter, LinkedIn, or on Mastodon. Jeff Gamet is a technology blogger, podcaster, author, and public speaker. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, and the TextExpander Evangelist for Smile. He has presented at Macworld Expo, RSA Conference, several WordCamp events, along with many other conferences. You can find him on several podcasts such as The Mac Show, The Big Show, MacVoices, Mac OS Ken, This Week in iOS, and more. Jeff is easy to find on social media as @jgamet on Twitter and Instagram, jeffgamet on LinkedIn., @email@example.com on Mastodon, and on his YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/jgamet. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65 and on Mastodon at @firstname.lastname@example.org Kelly Guimont is a podcaster and friend of the Rebel Alliance. You can also hear her on The Aftershow with Mike Rose, and she still has more to say which she saves for Twitter and Mastodon. Andrew Orr is a freelance writer and amateur photographer and Contributing Editor at AppleInsider. He loves Apple products and enjoys writing and sharing all things tech. When he's not writing about Apple, you can often find him snapping photos with his iPhone. Follow him on Twitter or sample his musical tastes on Apple Music…if you dare. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Guy Serle, best known for being one of the co-hosts of the MyMac Podcast, sincerely apologizes for anything he has done or caused to have happened while in possession of dangerous podcasting equipment. He should know better but being a blonde from Florida means he's probably incapable of understanding the damage he has wrought. Guy is also the author of the novel, The Maltese Cube. You can follow his exploits on Twitter, catch him on Mac to the Future on Facebook, at @Macparrot@mastodon.social, and find everything at VertShark.com. Brittany Smith is a trained cognitive neuroscientist who provides ADD/ADHD, technology, and productivity coaching through her business, Devise and Conquer, along with companion video courses for folks with ADHD. She's also the cofounder of The ADHD Guild, a community for nerdy folks with ADHD. She, herself, is a self-designated “well-rounded geek”. 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