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Connected Social Media works with the world's most innovative companies to tell the stories behind their press releases and their products. Whether you're a blogger, a journalist, an investor or an engaged consumer, you'll get valuable insights and information from the people behind the people behind the projects that drive modern life - everything from microchips to microfinance, from wifi to disaster recovery. Brilliant, hard-working and dedicated executives, engineers, analysts and entrep ...
 
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What do mitigating pain, overcoming phobias, changing harmful behaviors and calming anxiety have in common? They’re all addressed through virtual reality. In this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, we speak with Dr. Walter Greenleaf, a behavioral neuroscientist who is recognized internationally as one of the founders of the field of t…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Mauro Bennici, Co-Founder and CTO of You Are My Guide joins host Jake Smith to discuss Ghostwriter AI customer analysis and forecasting. Mauro talks about the journey of You Are My Guide, starting out using natural language processing (NLP) to help provide tourism services and evolving into an…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Mauro Bennici, Co-Founder and CTO of You Are My Guide joins host Jake Smith to discuss Ghostwriter AI customer analysis and forecasting. Mauro talks about the journey of You Are My Guide, starting out using natural language processing (NLP) to help provide tourism services and evolving into an…
 
Over the last few years there’s been increasing public interest in “gut health” – research tells us that a healthy gut microbiome can not only help us lose or maintain weight, but also influences so much more, including our mood, our immune response, and a myriad of health conditions. On this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, we spea…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Nelson Lee, Head of Partnerships at Synergies joins host Jake Smith to discuss the importance of data science and AI in the manufacturing industry. Nelson talks about how Synergies works to close the gap for manufacturing organizations using outdated data and limited data science expertise in …
 
When we talk about sleep and health, our conversations usually focus on the physical impact of sleep loss. Far less discussed, but just as important, are the social and emotional changes taking place when we don’t get the sleep we need. That’s the focus of today’s episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, in which we speak with Eti Ben Simon…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Mateus Dalponte from Axur joins host Jake Smith to talk about the importance of digital risk protection and how to mitigate the evolving world of digital fraud. Mateus discusses how Axur’s Fake Social Removal and Digital Risk Protection platforms can help protect a company’s reputation by cons…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Mateus Dalponte from Axur joins host Jake Smith to talk about the importance of digital risk protection and how to mitigate the evolving world of digital fraud. Mateus discusses how Axur’s Fake Social Removal and Digital Risk Protection platforms can help protect a company’s reputation by cons…
 
The rapid advancement in machine learning and data science fields have aided data scientists in arriving at meaningful insights. However, it’s not been an easy task to optimize machine learning infrastructures to allow data scientists to focus on their core expertise. Today, we will discuss how certain tools and hardware optimizations are not only …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Markus Lippus from MindTitan joins host Jake Smith to talk about how AI is innovating many industries across the world including customer service. Markus discusses how his background in biology shaped his passion for machine learning (ML) and helped drive the creation of MindTitan. He highligh…
 
A recent report from the National Center for Health Statistics provided unwelcome news – during the first year of the pandemic the number of deaths among pregnant women and new mothers rose 14%, with Black women most affected. Why does the United States have some of the worst rates for maternal and infant health as compared to other highly industri…
 
U.S. healthcare expenditures are expected to reach $6.2 trillion by 2028. Still, many CIOs can’t shift their healthcare IT systems fast enough to modern technologies that are proving to benefit providers and patients, according to Geoffrey Bakeman, vice president of Healthcare Solutions at Comport Consulting Corp. His firm works with providers to m…
 
U.S. healthcare expenditures are expected to reach $6.2 trillion by 2028. Still, many CIOs can’t shift their healthcare IT systems fast enough to modern technologies that are proving to benefit providers and patients, according to Geoffrey Bakeman, vice president of Healthcare Solutions at Comport Consulting Corp. His firm works with providers to m…
 
Although the U.S. is in a more positive phase of the pandemic than two years ago, many are wondering how long it might last (especially in light of surges abroad) and how we should best prepare for the future. In this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, we do a pandemic check-in with incoming White House COVID-19 response coordinator a…
 
In this video, explore a state-of-the-art Nutanix data center built with highly integrated hardware and hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software. Harmail Singh Chatha, senior director of global cloud operations at Nutanix, explains what went into building the data center. His team wanted to build a state-of-the-art data center that could scale …
 
In this video, explore a state-of-the-art Nutanix data center built with highly integrated hardware and hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software. Harmail Singh Chatha, senior director of global cloud operations at Nutanix, explains what went into building the data center. His team wanted to build a state-of-the-art data center that could scale …
 
The pace of innovation and change has affected not only technology development but the business models that make those technologies available. The subscription model – which has been around since 17th century Britain when it was used to sell books and even products from traders like the East India company – is spreading quickly across the tech indu…
 
The United States is experiencing an addiction crisis with historical levels of drug overdose deaths, prompting increased urgency to treat addiction with both evidence and empathy. During this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, we speak with Dr. Carl Erik Fisher, an addiction psychiatrist who came to this area of specialty after facin…
 
In this podcast, David Hake, UC Berkeley lecturer and co-founder of Resilience Insurance, talks about the rise and spread of cyberthreats facing governments, enterprises and individuals. “Every company has a digital footprint, every company – even Bob’s pizza around the corner – relies on the internet to enable their business,” Hake said. “And so, …
 
In this podcast, David Hake, UC Berkeley lecturer and co-founder of Resilience Insurance, talks about the rise and spread of cyberthreats facing governments, enterprises and individuals. “Every company has a digital footprint, every company – even Bob’s pizza around the corner – relies on the internet to enable their business,” Hake said. “And so, …
 
In this third episode of Intel’s Path to Cloud series, Phil Vokins, Cloud Services Director with Intel Americas is joined by experts Chandra Chitneni, Networks Principal Engineer and Sridhar Mahankali, Networks Security Principal Engineer to discuss the differences between and considerations for adopting private vs. hybrid vs. multi-cloud options. …
 
In this third episode of Intel’s Path to Cloud series, Phil Vokins, Cloud Services Director with Intel Americas is joined by experts Chandra Chitneni, Networks Principal Engineer and Sridhar Mahankali, Networks Security Principal Engineer to discuss the differences between and considerations for adopting private vs. hybrid vs. multi-cloud options. …
 
In the gaming world, artificial intelligence (AI) is proving to be a game-changer. It has played a pivotal role in enhancing game-player’s experiences. Amongst other capabilities, Artificial intelligence is used to generate responsive, adaptive, or intelligent behaviors primarily in non-player characters (NPCs) similar to human-like intelligence. W…
 
While once deemed to have no medical value, there’s currently a race underway to study and gain FDA approval for the use of psychedelics as a mental health treatment. In this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast, we speak with Olivia Goldhill, investigative reporter at STAT, about this race and why psychedelic therapy could be the bigges…
 
The world’s farmland is in crisis. The earth is not creating enough new fertile soil to mitigate what our agricultural activity is losing. According to the U.N.’s Food and Agricultural Organization, the world’s topsoil could be depleted by 2080. Scientists are urgently studying how to preserve the topsoil. They’re delving deep into the microscopics…
 
Scientific visualization (SciVis) is a process of representing raw scientific data as images, which helps scientists improve their interpretations of large data sets. More and more, advanced visualization tools are becoming an integral part of a researcher’s analysis toolkit; and when in the hands of scientists and researchers, they can visualize, …
 
Humans are depleting the earth’s topsoil at an alarming rate. Scientists say this is not speculation but a measurable fact. If the world continues with current agricultural techniques the farms of the world will lose its topsoil due to erosion in 60 years. With humanity on track to grow to 9 billion people by 2050, the agricultural output needs to …
 
Climate change touches everything important to us, according to Dr. Renee Salas, and that includes our health and well-being. And perhaps there’s no clearer example of how we’re all bound together by the effects of climate change than the 2021 Dixie Fire that caused unhealthy air quality well beyond California’s state lines. In this episode of the …
 
Interoperability across owned and rented IT systems is essential and a major challenge for IT departments evolving their hybrid multicloud operations. As more IT leaders ask for tighter integration between Red Hat OpenShift and Nutanix software, the two companies joined forces in 2021 to help customers move more quickly and confidently to what Ron …
 
Interoperability across owned and rented IT systems is essential and a major challenge for IT departments evolving their hybrid multicloud operations. As more IT leaders ask for tighter integration between Red Hat OpenShift and Nutanix software, the two companies joined forces in 2021 to help customers move more quickly and confidently to what Ron …
 
Rick Vanover handles product strategy at VEEAM, a backup and replication services firm. In this segment, learn about the service most companies hope they’ll never need. But Vanover says a good backup service is the best thing ever after a data breach or failed IT system. He shares a story about an emergency flight he took to South America to save d…
 
There are many parts of the solution to climate change from scientific research to each person’s daily lifestyle choices. Perhaps the most critical piece is getting the world’s industries to make carbon neutral or negative products, and to cut emissions in the manufacturing process. Some companies will do this voluntarily, but widespread compliance…
 
Cybercrime has become a sophisticated enterprise. Hacking tools built on the latest technologies such as AI or hybrid cloud are available on the black market, where stolen data is also bought and sold. And digital tools used in cinema have become cheap and available. This kind of software is also in the hands of hackers who deploy them to fool user…
 
There was a shortage of health care workers before COVID. Now that the dwindling labor pool is a top news headline, the realization has set in – which medical professionals were trying to communicate from the beginning of the pandemic – that one of COVID’s worst effects is that it overwhelms medical systems and challenges short-staffed hospitals to…
 
As the pandemic exposes the weakness in the global supply chain, companies are building a new one with cloud and AI. The effects of the COVID pandemic have slowed supply chains in many verticals from agriculture to musical instrument makers. But technologies such as the cloud, AI, video and drones are helping manufacturers, distributors and sellers…
 
As the pandemic exposes the weakness in the global supply chain, companies are building a new one with cloud and AI. The effects of the COVID pandemic have slowed supply chains in many verticals from agriculture to musical instrument makers. But technologies such as the cloud, AI, video and drones are helping manufacturers, distributors and sellers…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Atif Kureishy, founder and CEO of Vistry, joins host Jake Smith to talk about deploying restaurant automation technology improve quality of service. Atif goes into detail about Vistry’s Discrn platform, why the company extended Intel’s edge insight for industrial software architecture to optim…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Helen Kim from MaxLinear (previously NanoSemi, Inc.) joins host Jake Smith to talk about reducing compute resources to achieve target accuracies in deep neural networks. Helen goes into detail about MaxLinear’s Augmented Neuron technology, which mathematically augments neural networks to reduc…
 
In-person care, telehealth, and apps, oh my! With so many care delivery choices available to patients, when does it make sense to engage virtually and when is it best to leave the screen behind? In our conversation with Dr. Ateev Mehrotra, hospitalist and associate professor in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School, we expl…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Nico Holmberg from Silo AI joins host Jake Smith to talk about building tailored AI solutions for a variety of industries. Nico goes into detail about how Intel and Silo AI are working together on real-time computer vision for quality control in industrial manufacturing. Nico also talks about …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Nico Holmberg from Silo AI joins host Jake Smith to talk about building tailored AI solutions for a variety of industries. Nico goes into detail about how Intel and Silo AI are working together on real-time computer vision for quality control in industrial manufacturing. Nico also talks about …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Erik Landolsi, CTO of Irisity, joins host Jake Smith to talk about using AI for video analytics. Erik talks about the challenges of connecting and processing immense amounts of video data, why Irisity anonymizes certain details based on where cameras are installed, and what the recent acquisit…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Erik Landolsi, CTO of Irisity, joins host Jake Smith to talk about using AI for video analytics. Erik talks about the challenges of connecting and processing immense amounts of video data, why Irisity anonymizes certain details based on where cameras are installed, and what the recent acquisit…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: S. Venkat from MindTree joins host Jake Smith to talk about digital customer service, specifically the company’s MindTree Cognitive Contact Center, which combines existing call center infrastructure with new technology. The two discuss how MindTree worked with the Intel Distribution of Python …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: S. Venkat from MindTree joins host Jake Smith to talk about digital customer service, specifically the company’s MindTree Cognitive Contact Center, which combines existing call center infrastructure with new technology. The two discuss how MindTree worked with the Intel Distribution of Python …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Jeff Boudier from Hugging Face joins host Jake Smith to talk about the company’s open source machine learning transformers (also known as “pytorch-pretrained-bert”) library. Jeff talks about how transformers have accelerated the proliferation of natural language process (NLP) models and their …
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: James Carnall from ZeroFOX joins host Jake Smith to talk about AI-powered digital risk protection across the internet, including text, images and video, to identify threats ranging from deep fakes and fraud to potential cyberattacks. James explains why the ZeroFOX team worked directly with Int…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Arijit Sengupta, founder and CEO of Aible, joins host Jake Smith to talk about the difference between the promise of AI and actual results. Arijit talks about helping develop BeyondCore, which was acquired by Salesforce, his book AI is a Waste of Money, the current unsustainable costs of creat…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Nitin Somalaraju from Tech Mahindra joins host Jake Smith to talk about the company’s Speech Analytics platform named Sayint, which uses cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and natural language processing (NLP) to uncover meaningful insights from customer conversa…
 
Medicine has eluded the tech disruptions which seemingly overnight rewrote business models in media, telecommunications, transportation and other industries. That doesn’t mean healthcare is untouched by technology. Hospitals are keen on innovations for diagnosis and medical procedures such as AI doing predictive analysis of patients with COVID-19 o…
 
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