Today’s guest is Rudina Seseri, Founder and Managing Partner at Glasswing Ventures. Rudina has been a previous guest on The AI in Business Podcast, and today she speaks with us about how AI startups are pivoting their strategy by restructuring their business models and potentially changing who they are selling to in light of COVID-19. Rudina also shares her perspectives on emerging AI trends and how to identify them, which is an essential skill for consultants and vendors. If you’d like to explore one of Emerj’s resources for spotting AI trends and making the most of them in your own business, download our free PDF brief, “3 Ways to Discover AI Trends,” at emerj.com/t3.
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28:03Today’s guest is Faustino Gomez, CEO, and Co-Founder of NNAISENSE. NNAISENSE is a firm focused on developing AI solutions for the physical world, and we spoke with their other Co-Founder, Jürgen Schmidhuber, about two years ago. If you’re interested in listening to Jürgen’s episode, you can find it on Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud. In today’s episode, Faustino discusses one particular use-case that NNAISENSE is focused on in additive manufacturing. Faustino has a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence and was a senior researcher for over ten years at the IDSIA, a well-known artificial intelligence lab in Lugano, Switzerland. To access Emerj’s frameworks for AI readiness, ROI and strategy, visit emerj.com/p1.
Using AI to Improve Financial Collections - with Sanjay Deshmukh of Findability Sciences
27:30Our guest this week is Sanjay Deshmukh, Executive Vice President of Findability Sciences. Findability is a SoftBank-backed firm here in the Boston area with about 100 employees around the world. In this episode, he discusses how Findability is applying artificial intelligence in the world of collections. He also talks about the personalization of messaging, optimizing the use of call center agents, and categorization. This episode is brought to you by Findability Sciences. If you’re a listener here but not yet a subscriber on emerj.com, you can download our free PDF brief called “The AI in Financial Services Cheat Sheet” at emerj.com/fin1.
Improving Manufacturing Quality with AI - with Remi Duquette of MayaHTT
37:13Today’s guest is Remi Duquette, Vice President of Innovation and Industrial AI at MayaHTT. MayaHTT is a services firm focused on industrial engineering and industrial AI. In this episode, he speaks to his direct knowledge of applying AI in the industrial setting with examples from making paper products to food processing. He also discusses what it looks like to use AI for quality improvement, touching on the full gambit of AI transformation, with a specific focus on use-cases with quality as their goal. To access Emerj’s frameworks for AI readiness, ROI and strategy, visit Emerj Plus: emerj.com/p1.
No One AI Tool Can Solve All Problems - with Jeff Mills of iMerit Technology
33:47Today’s guest is Jeff Mills, Chief Revenue Officer of iMerit Technology. Working in the data labeling and annotation space, iMerit is a company that works with some of the world’s largest autonomous vehicles, big tech, and legacy enterprises. In this episode, Jeff walks through what it looks like to define a business problem, determine the right tools, and bring the project to life. This episode is brought to you by iMerit Technology, and on December 2nd, iMerit will be partnering with TechCrunch to host its DataOps Summit. If you are an AI vendor company interested in reaching Emerj’s executive audience, visit emerj.com/ad1 for more information about our sponsored content offerings.
Making AI Easier to Adopt into the Enterprise - with Marshall Choy of SambaNova Systems
33:08Today’s guest is Marshall Choy, VP of Product at SambaNova Systems. In this episode, Marshall discusses two different approaches to AI adoption: doing it yourself and leveraging AI platforms. He shares his perspective on the advantages and disadvantages to both and insight on how to decide which approach might best suit your organization. This episode is sponsored by SambaNova Systems. To learn more about reaching our global executive audience through our sponsored content offerings, email list, website, and more, visit emerj.com/ad1.
The Fundamentals of Enterprise Data Fabric - Unlocking the Value in Enterprise Data - with Daniel Hernandez of IBM
38:48Today’s guest is Daniel Hernandez, General Manager of Data and AI for IBM. In this episode, we discuss the topic of the access and governance of data. Daniel discusses the concept of a data fabric and what it means from a technology-agnostic standpoint, and how IBM is deploying this approach with their clients. He also shares some of the specific use-cases that IBM is using to bring this approach to life. This episode is sponsored by IBM and is the second in a three-part series focusing on data, data strategy, and data governance. If you’re interested in reaching Emerj’s global executive audience yourself, be sure to visit emerj.com/ad1 to learn more about our sponsored content offerings.
AI Trends That Will Impact Business Leaders - with Bestselling Author Martin Ford
30:52Today's guest is Martin Ford, futurist and New York Times best-selling author of the 2015 book “Rise of the Robots.” Martin’s most recent book, “Rule of the Robots,” highlights where artificial intelligence is likely to impact day-to-day life, business, and society in the coming future. In this episode, Martin discusses some of the meta trends he believes are most important for business leaders regarding how AI could shift business by allowing for new advantages, efficiencies, and more. If you’re interested in finding AI trends in your specific industry or sector, be sure to download our PDF brief called “3 Ways to Discover AI Trends in Your Industry” at emerj.com/t3.
Turning Data Strategy into AI ROI - with TJ Shembekar of IBM
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What it Takes to Make AI Part of the Lifeblood of a Company - with Stacey Shulman of Intel
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The Stages of Enterprise AI Maturity - with Domino Data Lab CEO Nick Elprin
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