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Real-Time Machine Learning in the Database with Nikita Shamgunov
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This week on the podcast we’re featuring a series of conversations from the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. I had a great time at this event getting caught up…

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re:Invent Roundup Roundtable
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This week on the podcast we’re featuring a series of conversations from the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. I had a great time at this event getting caught up…

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Driving Customer Loyalty with Predictive and Conversational AI with Sherif Mityas
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This week on the podcast we’re running a series of shows consisting of conversations with some of the impressive speakers from an event called the AI Summit in New York…

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Natural Language Understanding for Amazon Alexa with Zornitsa Kozareva
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Our guest this week is Zornitsa Kozareva, Manager of Machine Learning with Amazon Web Services Deep Learning, where she is leading a group focused on natural language processing and dialogue systems for products like Amazon Alexa and Amazon Lex, the latter of which we discuss in the podcast. We also spend time talking through the architecture of modern Natural Language Understanding systems, including the role of deep learning, and some of the various ways folks are working to overcome the challenges in this field, such as understanding human intent. read more
Engineering the Future of AI with Ruchir Puri
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This week my guest is Ruchir Puri; Chief architect of IBM Watson, and IBM Fellow. Our conversation focused on cognition and reasoning, and we explored what these concepts represent, how enterprises really want to consume them, and how IBM Watson seeks to deliver them.read more
Selling AI to the Enterprise with Kathryn Hume
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This week my guest is Kathryn Hume, President of Fast Forward Labs. She shared several really interesting examples of the kinds of things she’s seeing enterprises do with machine learning and AI, and we discussed a few of the various challenges enterprises face and some of the lessons her company has learned in helping them.read more
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From Particle Physics to Audio AI with Scott Stephenson
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This week my guest is Scott Stephenson, co-founder & CEO of Deepgram. Scott and I cover a ton of interesting topics including applying machine learning to particle physics, using deep learning and neural networks to search audio, and Kur, the deep learning framework that his company developed and open-sourced. read more
Statistics vs Semantics for Natural Language Processing Francisco Webber
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My guest this time is Francisco Webber, founder and General Manager of artificial intelligence startup Cortical.io. We discuss an approach to natural language understanding based on semantic representations of speech.read more
Generating Labeled Training Data for Your ML/AI Models with Angie Hugeback
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Angie Hugeback is principal data scientist at Spare5, a company that helps customers generate the high-quality labeled training datasets for accurate machine learning models.read more
Engineering Practical Machine Learning Systems with Xavier Amatriain
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Xavier Amatriain is a former machine learning researcher who went on to lead the recommender systems team at Netflix, and is now the vice president of engineering at Quora, the Q&A site.read more