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Podcast: Spell startup looks to bring AI to the people

In this AI Podcast, Serkan Piantino from Spell describes how his company is making machine learning easier. “We want to empower and transform the global workforce by making deep learning and artificial intelligence accessible to everyone. We believe that as organizations and individuals can harness the power of machine learning, our world will change quickly. Our mission is to make sure the technology driving this change is not mysterious and locked away but open and available for everyone.”

Podcast: AI4Good Lab Empowers Women in Computer Science

In this AI Podcast, Doina Precup describes why their doesn’t need to be a gender gap in computer science education. An associate professor at McGill University and research team lead at DeepMind, Precup shares her personal experiences, along with the AI4Good Lab she co-founded to give women more access to machine learning training.

AI Podcast Looks at Recent Developments at NVIDIA Research

In this episode of the AI Podcast, Bryan Cantanzaro from NVIDIA discusses some of the latest developments at NVIDIA research. “The goal of NVIDIA research is to figure out what things are going to change the future of the company, and then build prototypes that show the company how to do that,” says Catanzaro. “And AI is a good example of that.”

Podcast: Could an AI Win the Nobel Prize?

In this AI Podcast, Paul Wigley from the Australian National University describes how his team of scientists applied AI to an experiment to create a Bose-Einstein condensate. And in doing so they had a question: if we can use AI as a tool in this experiment, can we use AI as its own novel, scientist, to explore different parts of physics and different parts of science?

Podcast: Using GPUs and AI to Fight Cybercrime

“Cybersecurity is a cat-and-mouse game where the mouse always has long had the upper hand because it’s so easy for new malware to go undetected. Dr. Eli David, an expert in computational intelligence and CTO of Deep Instinct, wants to use AI to change that, bringing the GPU-powered deep learning techniques underpinning modern speech and image recognition to the vexing world of cybersecurity.”