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    Episode 10 - Tim Huckaby

    Perspectives on App Dev, AI, Computer Vision & Ethics

    Guest: Tim Huckaby



    In this episode, Seth and Chris talk with Tim Huckaby about the his experience as a software developer in the 90s and his take on the future of AI and computer vision.


    4:30 Developing software at Microsoft in the 90s
    11:00 Hollywood stories
    14:30 Leaving Microsoft and building an app dev firm
    17:00 Building CNN's "Magic Wall"
    22:30 Predictions gone wrong and right
    29:00 Pace of change in ML - quantum computing
    38:00 Augmented reality and computer vision
    48:00 AI and ethics

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