This week my guest is Scott Stephenson. Scott is co-founder & CEO of Deepgram, a startup developing an AI-based platform for indexing and searching audio and video. Scott and I cover a ton of interesting topics including applying machine learning techniques to particle physics, his time in a lab two miles below the surface of the earth, applying neural networks to audio, and Kur, the deep learning framework that his company developed and open-sourced.
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About Scott Stephenson
Mentioned in the Interview
- Scott’s company, Deepgram
- Deepgram on Twitter
- PandaX Dark Matter Experiment | a dark matter experiment at China Jin-Ping underground lab
- TWIML Talk #5 with Josh Bloom
- Phoneme – Wikipedia
- [1512.02595] Deep Speech 2: End-to-End Speech Recognition in English and Mandarin
- GitHub – deepgram/kur: Descriptive Deep Learning