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Aired 6 months ago 20:12
AI Today Podcast #89: AI in Law Enforcement Use Case Series
Law enforcement is increasing seeing benefits from AI technologies including scanning video footage for anomalies, augmenting capabilities around surveillance and crowd control, transcribing audio, facial recognition technologies, and helping detect counterfeit items. Through AI, law enforcement agencies are enabled to do more than they ever could before to keep the peace, catch and identify and prevent threats before they occur, and speed up the time it takes to catch criminals and solve crimes. Read more ...
Aired 9 months ago 35:35
Hotboxin with Mike Tyson & Neil Sahota, IBM Watson
Neil Sahota of IBM Watson stops by Hotboxin to talk w/ Eben and Kid Dynamite about the past, present and future of Artificial intelligence. They broach the epic hypothetical of Tyson v. Ali matchup and life run by robots.
Aired 9 months ago 24:56
What Makes a Successful AI Company? - A Venture Capitalist's Perspective
If one wants to start a general search engine, they're going to have to compete with Google. If one wants to start a general eCommerce platform, they'll have to compete with Amazon. But the same dynamics play out on a smaller scale. There are going to be some established players, some big tech giant,Â be it IBM or someone else, who already has a product. When it comes to getting a new AI product out to market, how doesÂ one compete with the big guys? This week's guest is Mike Edelhart, who runs Social Starts and Joyance Partners, seed stage investment firms out in the Bay Area. Edelhart has invested in a number of companies, and in this episode, we get his perspective on not only the patterns among successful AI startups and where AI plays a role in their competitive strategy, but what a "land and expand" strategy looks like for a new product that already has larger and more established competitors.