On this podcast, hosts Seth Earley & Chris Featherstone invite a broad array of thought leaders and practitioners to talk about what's possible in artificial intelligence, as well as what is practical in the space, as we move toward a world where AI is embedded in all aspects of our personal and professional lives. They explore what's emerging in technology, data science, and enterprise applications for artificial intelligence and machine learning and how to get from early stage AI projects to fully mature applications.
Seth is founder & CEO of Earley Information Science and the award winning author of "The AI Powered Enterprise."
Chris is a technology executive and strategist interested in how AI and Machine Learning will enable next generation customer and workforce engagement.
Seth and Chris discuss with Kirk Marple how to organize historical data and long-term memory.
Seth and Chris discuss with Alex Babin the two biggest misconceptions of AI.
Seth and Chris discuss with Maxim Serebryakov what it was like to study artificial intelligence at Stanford and how it created a broad perspective on how things work.
Seth Earley discusses with Michael Todasco why he thinks people should embrace AI.
Seth and Chris discuss with Gordon how machine learning algorithms are a challenge from different perspectives.
Seth and Chris discuss with Daniel how martial arts influenced him to get into artificial intelligence.
Seth and Chris discuss with Michelle discusses the one lesson she has learned is that you have to build a product that can help people.
Seth and Chris discuss with Juan how your company's success should be defined differently. Don’t focus on just the goal of saving money and making money; have the focus be on solving a problem.
Seth and Andy discuss knowledge engineering, knowledge graphs, and how they fit into today's information architecture for AI.
According to Peter we're on the cusp of the third wave of AI. When will we see true "artificial general intelligence?"
AI has the power to change the future of work for the better and it will change more in the next 30 years than it has in the last 300.
An inspiring conversation about AI, innovation, and transformation at scale.
Seth, Chris, and Steve dive into optimizing enterprise knowledge & data with knowledge graphs.
Storytelling with data is now a thing but who tells stories about data? Scott Taylor.
Join Seth and Chris as they talk about driving the cultural change needed for massive digital projects.
Seth and Chris dive deep into how data can be used to help deliver extraordinary customer experiences.
In this episode, Seth and Chris, talk with prolific AI author and thinker, Tom Davenport about the impact of AI on the future of work and business.
Seth and Chris dive into how we use tools and technologies to come up with better and more reliable advice.
Taxonomy and information architecture are the bedrock of any digital transformation initiative.
AI is already having an impact on how marketing teams develop their content strategy.
Seth and Chris talk with Mark Anderson about how pattern discovery is changing how science is done.
Tim shares his perspectives on app development, AI, computer vision and ethics.
Sean talks with Seth and Chris about applying knowledge graph structures to business problems.
In this episode, Seth and Chris talk with Paul Zhao about making AI more accessible for everyone.
Paul shares insights on best practices in applied AI for customer experience.
Synthetic media - audio and visuals created digitally is already gaining foothold in society. Learn what's next in this fascinating conversation.
Linda talks about her innovative AI powered semantic search tools for scientific and patent research.
Dive into the amazing AI and machine learning applications for media and content.
Enterprise search tools have evolved considerably over the years. Users can have the google-like experience they crave, and it no longer breaks the bank.
AI is increasingly embedded in software tools that can be readily configured and implemented in the enterprise without months or years of preparation and development.
In this episode, Chris and Seth talk about core principles for building omnichannel chat and voice assistants and review key considerations for each channel.