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Welcome to DataFramed, a weekly podcast exploring how artificial intelligence and data are changing the world around us. On this show, we invite data & AI leaders at the forefront of the data revolution to share their insights and experiences into how they lead the charge in this era of AI. Whether you're a beginner looking to gain insights into a career in data & AI, a practitioner needing to stay up-to-date on the latest tools and trends, or a leader looking to transform how your organization uses data & AI, there's something here for everyone.

Join co-hosts Adel Nehme and Richie Cotton as they delve into the stories and ideas that are shaping the future of data. Subscribe to the show and tune in to the latest episode on the feed below.
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All the hype around generative AI means that every software maker seems to be stuffing chat interfaces into their products whenever they can. For the most part, the jury is still out on whether this is a good idea or not. However, design goes deeper than just the user interface, so it’s also useful to know about how the designs interact with the rest of the software. Once you move beyond chatbots into things like agents, there are also thorny questions around which bits of your workflow should still be done by a human, and which bits can be completely automated. True insight in this context lies in a gray area, across software, UX and AI.Robb is an AI researcher, technologist, designer, innovator, serial entrepreneur, and author. He is a contributor to Harvard Business Review and the visionary behind, OneReach.ai, the award winning conversational artificial intelligence platform that ranked highest in Gartner's Critical Capabilities Report for Enterprise Conversational AI Platforms. He earned an Academy Award nomination for technical achievement as well as over 130 innovation, design, technology, and artificial intelligence awards, with five in 2019 including AI Company of the Year and Hot AI Technology of the Year. Robb is a pioneer in the user research and technology spaces. He founded EffectiveUI, a user experience and technology research consultancy for the Fortune 500, which was acquired by WPP and integrated into the core of Ogilvy’s digital experience practice. He also created UX Magazine, one of the first and largest XD (experience design) thought leadership communities. In the episode, Richie and Robb explore chat interfaces in software, the advantages of chat interfaces over other methods of interaction with data & AI products, geospatial vs language memory, good vs bad chat interfaces, the importance of a human in the loop, personality in chatbots, handling hallucinations and bad responses, scaling chatbots, agents vs chatbots, ethical considerations for AI and chatbots and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Onereach.aiInvisible Machines PodcastGartner: The Executive Guide to Hyperautomation[Skill Track] Developing AI ApplicationsRelated Episode: Building Human-Centered AI Experiences with Haris Butt, Head of Product Design at ClickUpSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Loyalty schemes are a hallmark of established retailers—not only do they build consumer trust, they are intelligent and constantly evolving, and Tesco’s Clubcard is the UK’s favorite retail loyalty program. The effects of these discounts are far-reaching, especially for families who rely on getting the best deals to make the most of their money. As Tesco’s tagline goes, every little helps. In turn, the identification and specific details of discounted products can have a profound impact on how consumers view the largest supermarket retailer in the United Kingdom, as well as the operational costs and profits that shareholders are concerned with. How do data and AI inform these offers, what goes into the enterprise-scale analytics that keeps Tesco’s Clubcard the UK’s favorite?Venkat Raghavan is Director of Analytics and Science at Tesco. Venkat’s area of expertise is customer analytics, having been very heavily involved with the Tesco Clubcard loyalty program. Venkat also set up an analytics center of excellence to help break down data silos between teams. Previously, he was a Director of Analytics at Boston Consulting Group and Senior Director for Advanced Analytics & AI for Manthan and a Cross Industry Delivery Leader at Mu Sigma.In the episode, Richie and Venkat explore Tesco’s use of data, the introduction of the clubcard scheme, Tesco’s data-driven innovations in online food retail, understanding customer behavior through loyalty programs and in-app interactions, improving customer experience at Tesco, operating a cohesive data intelligence platform that leverages multiple data sources, communication between data and business teams, pricing and cost management, the challenges of data science at scale, the future of data and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Tesco ClubcardMcKinsey: State of Grocery Europe 2024[Course] Data Science for BusinessRelated Episode: Scaling Enterprise Analytics with Libby Duane Adams, Chief Advocacy Officer and Co-Founder of AlteryxSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Arguably one of the verticals that is both at the same time most ripe for disruption by AI and the hardest to disrupt is search. We've seen many attempts at reimagining search using AI, and many are trying to usurp Google from its throne as the top search engine on the planet, but I think no one is laying the case better for AI assisted search than perplexity. AI. Perplexity doesn't need an introduction. It is an AI powered search engine that lets you get the information you need as fast as possible.Denis Yarats is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Perplexity AI. He previously worked at Facebook as an AI Research Scientist. Denis Yarats attended New York University. His previous research interests broadly involved Reinforcement Learning, Deep Learning, NLP, robotics and investigating ways of semi-supervising Hierarchical Reinforcement Learning using natural language.In the episode, Adel and Denis explore Denis’ role at Perplexity.ai, key differentiators of Perplexity.ai when compared to other chatbot-powered tools, culture at perplexity, competition in the AI space, building genAI products, the future of AI and search, open-source vs closed-source AI and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Perplexity.aiNeurIPS Conference[Course] Artificial Intelligence (AI) StrategyRelated Episode: The Power of Vector Databases and Semantic Search with Elan Dekel, VP of Product at PineconeSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Spatial computing is revolutionizing the way we interact with digital and physical worlds, but its adoption comes with questions about practicality and return on investment. As businesses explore this cutting-edge technology, they must consider how it can enhance productivity and streamline operations. What are the best strategies to integrate spatial computing into your current systems? How can you ensure that it not only boosts efficiency but also delivers measurable benefits to your bottom line? Cathy Hackl is a web3 and metaverse strategist, tech futurist, speaker and author. She's worked with metaverse-related companies such as HTC VIVE, Magic Leap, and AWS, and currently consults with some of the world's leading brands, including P&G, Clinique, Ralph Lauren, Orlando Economic Partnership and more. Hackl is one of the world's first Chief Metaverse Officers and the co-founder of Journey, where she works with luxury, fashion, and beauty brands to create successful metaverse and web3 strategies and helps them build worlds in platforms like Roblox, Fortnite, Decentraland, The Sandbox, and beyond. She is widely regarded as one of the leading thinkers on the Metaverse.Irena Cronin is SVP of Product for DADOS Technology, which is making an Apple Vision Pro data analytics and visualization app. She is also the CEO of Infinite Retina, which helps companies develop and implement AI, AR, and other new technologies for their businesses. Before this, she worked as an equity research analyst and gained extensive experience in evaluating both public and private companies.In the episode, Richie, Cathy and Irina explore spatial computing, the current viability of spacial computing and it's prominence alongside the release of Apple's Vision Pro, expected effects of spatial computing on gaming and entertainment, industrial applications as well as data visualization and AI integration opportunities of spatial computing, how businesses can leverage spatial computing, future developments in the space and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Cathy’s BookIrena’s BooksApple Vision ProMarvel Studios and ILM Immersive Announce 'What If...? - An Immersive Story'[Course] Artificial Intelligence (AI) StrategyRelated Episode: Why the Future of AI in Data will be Weird with Benn Stancil, CTO at Mode & Field CTO at ThoughtSpotSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Memory, the foundation of human intelligence, is still one of the most complex and mysterious aspects of the brain. Despite decades of research, we've only scratched the surface of understanding how our memories are formed, stored, and retrieved. But what if AI could help us crack the code on memory? How might AI be the key to unlocking problems that have evaded human cognition for so long?Kim Stachenfeld is a Senior Research Scientist at Google DeepMind in NYC and Affiliate Faculty at the Center for Theoretical Neuroscience at Columbia University.  Her research covers topics in Neuroscience and AI. On the Neuroscience side, she study how animals build and use models of their world that support memory and prediction. On the Machine Learning side, she works on implementing these cognitive functions in deep learning models. Kim’s work has been featured in The Atlantic, Quanta Magazine, Nautilus, and MIT Technology Review. In 2019, she was named one of MIT Tech Review’s Innovators under 35 for her work on predictive representations in hippocampus. In the episode, Richie and Kim explore her work on Google Gemini, the importance of customizability in AI models, the need for flexibility and adaptability in AI models, retrieval databases and how they improve AI response accuracy, AI-driven science, the importance of augmenting human capabilities with AI and the challenges associated with this goal, the intersection of AI, neuroscience and memory and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:DeepMindAlphaFoldDr James Whittington - A unifying framework for frontal and temporal representation of memoryPaper - Language models show human-like content effects onreasoning tasksKim’s Website[Course] Artificial Intelligence (AI) StrategyRelated Episode: Making Better Decisions using Data & AI with Cassie Kozyrkov, Google's First Chief Decision ScientistSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
In the fast-paced work environments we are used to, the ability to quickly find and understand data is essential. Data professionals can often spend more time searching for data than analyzing it, which can hinder business progress. Innovations like data catalogs and automated lineage systems are transforming data management, making it easier to ensure data quality, trust, and compliance. By creating a strong metadata foundation and integrating these tools into existing workflows, organizations can enhance decision-making and operational efficiency. But how did this all come to be, who is driving better access and collaboration through data?Prukalpa Sankar is the Co-founder of Atlan. Atlan is a modern data collaboration workspace (like GitHub for engineering or Figma for design). By acting as a virtual hub for data assets ranging from tables and dashboards to models & code, Atlan enables teams to create a single source of truth for all their data assets, and collaborate across the modern data stack through deep integrations with tools like Slack, BI tools, data science tools and more. A pioneer in the space, Atlan was recognized by Gartner as a Cool Vendor in DataOps, as one of the top 3 companies globally. Prukalpa previously co-founded SocialCops, world leading data for good company (New York Times Global Visionary, World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer). SocialCops is behind landmark data projects including India’s National Data Platform and SDGs global monitoring in collaboration with the United Nations. She was awarded Economic Times Emerging Entrepreneur for the Year, Forbes 30u30, Fortune 40u40, Top 10 CNBC Young Business Women 2016, and a TED Speaker.In the episode, Richie and Prukalpa explore challenges within data discoverability, the inception of Atlan, the importance of a data catalog, personalization in data catalogs, data lineage, building data lineage, implementing data governance, human collaboration in data governance, skills for effective data governance, product design for diverse audiences, regulatory compliance, the future of data management and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:AtlanConnect with Prukalpa[Course] Artificial Intelligence (AI) StrategyRelated Episode: Adding AI to the Data Warehouse with Sridhar Ramaswamy, CEO at SnowflakeSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
One thing we like to do on DataFramed is cover the current state of data & AI, and how it will change in the future. But sometimes to really understand the present and the future, we need to look into the past. We need to understand just exactly how data became so foundational to modern society and organizations, how previous paradigm shifts can help inform us about future ones, and how data & AI became powerful social forces within our lives.Cristina Alaimo is Assistant Professor (Research) of Digital Economy and Society at LUISS University, Rome. She co-wrote the book Data Rules, Reinventing the Market Economy with Jannis Kallinikos, Professor of Organization Studies and the CISCO Chair in Digital Transformation and Data Driven Innovation at LUISS University. The book offers a fascinating examination of the history and sociology of data. In the episode, Adel and Cristina explore the many of the themes covered in the book, from the first instance of where data was used, to how it became central for how organizations operate, to how usage of data introduced paradigm shifts in organizational structure, and much more.Links Mentioned in the Show:Data Rules, Reinventing the Market EconomyThe Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana ZuboffConnect with Cristina[Course] Artificial Intelligence (AI) StrategyRelated Episode: What to Expect from AI in 2024 with Craig S. Smith, Host of the Eye on A.I PodcastSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
In today's fast-paced digital world, managing IT operations is more complex than ever. With the rise of cloud services, microservices, and constant software deployments, the pressure on IT teams to keep everything running smoothly is immense. But how do you keep up with the ever-growing flood of data and ensure your systems are always available? AIOps is the use of artificial intelligence to automate and scale IT operations. But what exactly is AIOps, and how can it transform your IT operations?Assaf Resnick is the CEO and Co-Founder of BigPanda. Before founding BigPanda, Assaf was an investor at Sequoia Capital, where he focused on early and growth-stage investing in software, internet, and mobile sectors. Assaf’s time at Sequoia gave him a front-row seat to the challenges of IT scale, complexity, and velocity faced by Operations teams in rapidly scaling and accelerating organizations. This is the problem that Assaf founded BigPanda to solve.In the episode, Richie and Assaf explore AIOps, how AIOps helps manage increasingly complex IT operations, how AIOps differs from DevOps and MLOps, examples of AIOps projects, a real world application of AIOps, the key benefits of AIOps, how to implement AIOps, excitement in the space, how GenAI is improving AIOps and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:BigPandaGartner: Market Guide for AIOps Platforms[Course] Implementing AI Solutions in BusinessRelated Episode: Adding AI to the Data Warehouse with Sridhar Ramaswamy, CEO at SnowflakeSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Trust is the foundation of any relationship, whether it's between friends or in business. But what happens when the entity you're asked to trust isn't human, but AI? How do you ensure that the AI systems you're developing are not only effective but also trustworthy? In a world where AI is increasingly making decisions that impact our lives, how can we distinguish between systems that genuinely serve our interests and those that might exploit our data? Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist, called a “security guru” by The Economist. He is the author of over one dozen books—including his latest, A Hacker’s Mind—as well as hundreds of articles, essays, and academic papers. His influential newsletter “Crypto-Gram” and his blog “Schneier on Security” are read by over 250,000 people. He has testified before Congress, is a frequent guest on television and radio, has served on several government committees, and is regularly quoted in the press. Schneier is a fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University; a Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School; a board member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and AccessNow; and an Advisory Board Member of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and VerifiedVoting.org. He is the Chief of Security Architecture at Inrupt, Inc.In the episode, Richie and Bruce explore the definition of trust, the difference between trust and trustworthiness, how AI mimics social trust, AI and deception, the need for public non-profit AI to counterbalance corporate AI, monopolies in tech, understanding the application and potential consequences of AI misuse, AI regulation, the positive potential of AI, why AI is a political issue and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Schneier on SecurityBooks by Bruce[Course] AI EthicsRelated Episode: Building Trustworthy AI with Alexandra Ebert, Chief Trust Officer at MOSTLY AISign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Building a successful data engineering team involves more than just hiring skilled individuals—it requires fostering a culture of trust, collaboration, and continuous learning. But how do you start from scratch and create a team that not only meets technical demands but also drives business value? What key traits should you look for in your early hires, and how do you ensure your team’s projects align with the company’s goals?Liya Aizenberg is Director of Data Engineering at Away and a seasoned data leader with over 22 years of experience spearheading innovation in scalable data engineering pipelines and distribution solutions. She has built successful data teams that integrate seamlessly with various business functions, serving as invaluable organizational partners. She focuses on promoting data-driven approaches to empower organizations to make proactive decisions based on timely and organized data, shifting from reactive to proactive business strategies. Additionally, as a passionate advocate for Women in Tech, she actively contributes to fostering diversity and inclusion in the technology industry.In the episode, Adel and Liya explore the key attributes that forge an effective data engineering team, traits to look for in new hires, what technical skill sets set people up for success in a data engineering team, leveraging knowledge transfer between external experts and internal stakeholders, upskilling and career growth, aligning data engineering initiatives with business goals, measuring the ROI of data projects, working agile in data engineering, balancing innovation and practicality, future trends and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Away TravelConnect with Liya on Linkedin[Career Track] Data Engineer with PythonRelated Episode: Scaling Data Engineering in Retail with Mo Sabah, SVP of Engineering & Data at Thrive MarketSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Everything in the world has a price, including improving and scaling your data and AI functions. That means that at some point someone will question the ROI of your projects, and often, these projects will be looked at under the lens of monetization. But how do you ensure that what you’re working on is not only providing value to the business but also creating financial gain? What conditions need to be met to prove your project's success and turn value into cash?Vin Vashishta is the author of ‘From Data to Profit’ (Wiley), the playbook for monetizing data and AI. He built V-Squared from client 1 to one of the oldest data and AI consulting firms. For the last eight years, he has been recognized as a data and AI thought leader. Vin is a LinkedIn Top Voice and Gartner Ambassador. His background spans over 25 years in strategy, leadership, software engineering, and applied machine learning.Dr. Tiffany Perkins-Munn is on a mission to bring research, analytics, and data science to life. She earned her Ph.D. in Social-Personality Psychology with an interdisciplinary focus on Advanced Quantitative Methods. Her insights are the subject of countless lectures on psychology, statistics, and their real-world applications.As the Head of Data and Analytics for the innovative CDAO organization at J.P. Morgan Chase, her knack involves unraveling complex business problems through operational enhancements, augmented financials, and intuitive recruiting. After over two decades in the industry, she consistently forges robust relationships across the corporate spectrum, becoming one of the Top 10 Finalists in the Merrill Lynch Global Markets Innovation Program.In the episode, Richie, Vin, and Tiffany explore the challenges of monetizing data and AI projects, including how technical, organizational, and strategic factors affect your input, the importance of aligning technical and business objectives to keep outputs focused on core business goals, how to assess your organization's data and AI maturity, examples of high data maturity businesses, data security and compliance, quick wins in data transformation and infrastructure, why long-term vision and strategy matter, and much more.Links Mentioned in the Show:Connect with Tiffany on LinkedinConnect with Vin on LinkedinVin’s Website[Course] Data Governance Concepts Related Episode: Scaling Enterprise Analytics with Libby Duane Adams, Chief Advocacy Officer and Co-Founder of AlteryxNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
As we close out our focus on how the venture capital industry identifies and decides which future companies to fund, it might be easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the latest methods for discovering future unicorns are ubiquitous among all VCs. However, many VCs still work ‘the old way,’ using data to back up human assumptions. But what happens when a data engineer pivots to VC? What does a data-driven, data-first approach look like, and how does it compare to the incumbent processes?Dr. Andre Retterath is a Partner in Earlybird’s Munich Office, focussing on enterprise software with a particular interest in developer, data and productivity tools, alongside AI-centric products and robotics. Before transitioning into VC in 2017, he gained more than 5 years of experience as a process automation and predictive maintenance engineer at ThyssenKrupp and further insights as a management consultant at GE North America. Andre also has his own VC, AI & data newsletter, Data-Driven VC.In the episode, Richie and Andre explore the concept of data-driven venture capital, the challenges of traditional VC and why digitization has had a huge impact on the industry, the data-driven VC process, the use of modern data and AI technologies in identifying potentially successful projects, the human element in VC, the challenges and opportunities of early-stage investments, the importance of early identification of these ventures, cultural and organizational indicators and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Data-Driven VCEarlybird VCAleph AlphaPareto PrincipleRelated Episode: Making Better Decisions using Data & AI with Cassie Kozyrkov, Google's First Chief Decision ScientistSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
In almost every industry, the rate of innovation is increasing, and this is great for consumers around the globe. However, with constant innovation and continual disruption of the status quo, where to innovate next becomes much harder to identify. If your industry hasn’t been disrupted yet, it’s next on the list. So, in order to deal with uncertainty, a new culture is needed, and there’s a clear group of companies that constantly deal with uncertainty and innovation—VC’s. Ilya A. Strebulaev is the David S. Lobel Professor of Private Equity and Professor of Finance at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He is an expert in corporate finance, venture capital, innovation financing, and financial decision-making. He is the founder and director of the Stanford GSB Venture Capital Initiative.In the episode, Richie and Ilya explore the venture mindset, the importance of embracing unknowns, how VC’s deal with unpredictability, how our education affects our decision-making ability, practical examples from Ilya’s teaching experiences at Stanford, adapting to market changes and continual innovation, venture mindset principles and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Ilya’s WebsiteSequoia CapitalStanford University Related Episode: Making Better Decisions using Data & AI with Cassie Kozyrkov, Google's First Chief Decision ScientistSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Speedily adopting new technologies can give your business a competitive advantage, but with so much happening in the world of generative AI, it's difficult to know what to adopt. In this episode, Richie chats to two venture capitalists to get their view on the global AI landscape, where we are in the AI hype cycle, and how to adopt AI tech. Beyond this, we explore Rocketship.vc's use of data and algorithms to make investment decisions in early-stage startups. If our previous episode’s deep dive into 2024’s data & AI trends with VC Tom Tunguz got you excited about how investors are looking at the market at the moment, then this episode is sure to do the same. This time, we have twice the insight, thanks to our two guests.Madhu Shalini Iyer is a Managing Partner at Rocketship.vc, a Silicon Valley based fund investing globally. She was the Chief Data Officer of Gojek and helped grow the business into a $10 billion unicorn. In addition to being a board member, she started the Singapore office and played an active role in the strategy, new business development, and ‘data as a competitive advantage’. Prior to Gojek, Madhu was part of the founding team of Intuit’s Quickbooks Lending Platform. As the data science leader at Intuit, Madhu helped grow the platform to $300 million and holds 2 patents in the areas of user data augmented algorithms for financial inclusion. Madhu was also the Chief Data Officer for Ethoslending. There she built the underwriting platform and was responsible for all b2c revenue, resulting in $65 million gross market value per month. Madhu was further responsible for building and running the marketing team. Prior, Madhu was a partner at a $150m private equity fund, Stem Financial, in Hong Kong. She started her career as a senior data scientist with a leading think tank in Menlo Park, CA.Sailesh Ramakrishnan is also a Managing Partner at Rocketship.vc. Prior to Rocketship.vc, Sailesh was CTO and co-founder of LocBox (acquired by Square), a startup focussed on marketing for local businesses. Sailesh worked with Anand and Venky at their previous startup Kosmix, and continued on to Walmart as a Director of Engineering at @WalmartLabs. Before jumping into the startup world, Sailesh worked as a Computer Scientist at NASA Ames Research Center. Sailesh earned his Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from IIT Madras, his Masters degree in Construction Management from Virginia Tech and another Master degree in Intelligent Systems from University of Pittsburgh. He was a Ph.D. candidate in Artificial Intelligence at the University of Michigan.In the episode, Richie, Madhu and Sailesh explore the generative AI revolution, categorizing generative AI tools, the impact of genAI across industries, investment philosophy and data-driven decision-making, the challenges and opportunities when investing in AI, future trends and predictions, regulatory and ethical considerations of AI, and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Rocketship.vc[Course] Implementing AI Solutions in BusinessRelated Episode: Inside Algorithmic Trading with Anthony Markham, Vice President, Quantitative Developer at Deutsche BankSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the
Rapid change seems to be the new norm within the data and AI space, and due to the ecosystem constantly changing, it can be tricky to keep up. Fortunately, any self-respecting venture capitalist looking into data and AI will stay on top of what’s changing and where the next big breakthroughs are likely to come from. We all want to know which important trends are emerging and how we can take advantage of them, so why not learn from a leading VC. Tomasz Tunguz is a General Partner at Theory Ventures, a $235m early-stage venture capital firm. He blogs sat tomtunguz.com & co-authored Winning with Data. He has worked or works with Looker, Kustomer, Monte Carlo, Dremio, Omni, Hex, Spot, Arbitrum, Sui & many others.He was previously the product manager for Google's social media monetization team, including the Google-MySpace partnership, and managed the launches of AdSense into six new markets in Europe and Asia. Before Google, Tunguz developed systems for the Department of Homeland Security at Appian Corporation. In the episode, Richie and Tom explore trends in generative AI, the impact of AI on professional fields, cloud+local hybrid workflows, data security, and changes in data warehousing through the use of integrated AI tools, the future of business intelligence and data analytics, the challenges and opportunities surrounding AI in the corporate sector. You'll also get to discover Tom's picks for the hottest new data startups.Links Mentioned in the Show:Tom’s BlogTheory VenturesArticle: What Air Canada Lost In ‘Remarkable’ Lying AI Chatbot Case[Course] Implementing AI Solutions in BusinessRelated Episode: Making Better Decisions using Data & AI with Cassie Kozyrkov, Google's First Chief Decision ScientistSign up to RADAR: AI EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
With seemingly every organization wanting to enhance their AI capabilities, questions arise about who should be in charge of these initiatives. At the moment, it’s likely a CTO, CIO, or CDO, or a mixture of the three. The gold standard is to have someone in the C-suite whose sole focus is their AI projects: the Chief AI Officer. This role is so new that it's not yet widely understood. In this episode, we explore what the CAIO job entails.Philipp Herzig is the Chief AI Officer at SAP. He’s held a variety of roles within SAP, most recently SVP Head of Cross Product Engineering & Experience, however his experience covers intelligent enterprise & cross-architecture, head of engineering for cloud-native apps, a software development manager, and product owner. In the full episode, Richie and Philipp explore what his day-to-day responsibilities are as a CAIO, the holistic approach to cross-team collaboration, non-technical interdepartmental work, AI strategy and implementation, challenges and success metrics, how to approach high-value AI use cases, insights into current AI developments and the importance of continuous learning, the exciting future of AI and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:SAP’s AI CoPilot JouleSAP[Course] Implementing AI Solutions in BusinessRelated Episode: How Walmart Leverages Data & AI with Swati Kirti, Sr Director of Data Science at WalmartRewatch sessions from RADAR: The Analytics EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Countless companies invest in their data quality, but often, the effort from their investment is not fully realized in the output. It seems like, despite the critical importance of data quality, data governance might be suffering from a branding issue. Data governance is sometimes looked at as the data police, but this is far from the truth. So, how can we change perspectives and introduce fun into data governance?Tiankai Feng is a Principal Data Consultant and Data Strategy & Data Governance Lead at Thoughtworks, He also works part-time as the Head of Marketing at DAMA Germany. Tiankai has had many data hats in his career—marketing data analyst, data product owner, analytics capability lead, and data governance leader for the last few years. He has found a passion for the human side of data—how to collaborate, coordinate, and communicate around data. TIankai often uses his music and humor to make data more approachable and fun.In the episode, Adel and Tiankai explore the importance of data governance in data-driven organizations, the challenges of data governance, how to define success criteria and measure the ROI of governance initiatives, non-invasive and creative approaches to data governance, the implications of generative AI on data governance, regulatory considerations, organizational culture and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Tiankai’s YouTube ChannelData Governance Fundamentals Cheat Sheet[Webinar] Unpacking the Fun in Data Governance: The Key to Scaling Data Quality[Course] Data Governance ConceptsRewatch sessions from RADAR: The Analytics EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Databases are ubiquitous, and you don’t need to be a data practitioner to know that all data everywhere is stored in a database—or is it? While the majority of data around the world lives in a database, the data that helps run the heart of our operating systems—the core functions of our computers— is not stored in the same place as everywhere else. This is due to database storage sitting ‘above’ the operating system, requiring the OS to run before the databases can be used. But what if the OS was built ‘on top’ of a database? What difference could this fundamental change make to how we use computers?Mike Stonebraker is a distinguished computer scientist known for his foundational work in database systems, he is also currently CTO & Co-Founder At DBOS. His extensive career includes significant contributions through academic prototypes and commercial startups, leading to the creation of several pivotal relational database companies such as Ingres Corporation, Illustra, Paradigm4, StreamBase Systems, Tamr, Vertica, and VoltDB. Stonebraker's role as chief technical officer at Informix and his influential research earned him the prestigious 2014 Turing Award.Stonebraker's professional journey spans two major phases: initially at the University of California, Berkeley, focusing on relational database management systems like Ingres and Postgres, and later, from 2001 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he pioneered advanced data management techniques including C-Store, H-Store, SciDB, and DBOS. He remains a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley and continues to influence as an adjunct professor at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Stonebraker is also recognized for his editorial work on the book "Readings in Database Systems."In the episode, Richie and Mike explore the the success of PostgreSQL, the evolution of SQL databases, the shift towards cloud computing and what that means in practice when migrating to the cloud, the impact of disaggregated storage, software and serverless trends, the role of databases in facilitating new data and AI trends, DBOS and it’s advantages for security, and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:DBOSPaper: What Goes Around Comes Around[Course] Understanding Cloud ComputingRelated Episode: Scaling Enterprise Analytics with Libby Duane Adams, Chief Advocacy Officer and Co-Founder of AlteryxRewatch sessions from RADAR: The Analytics EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Over the past 199 episodes of DataFramed, we’ve heard from people at the forefront of data and AI, and over the past year we’ve constantly looked ahead to the future AI might bring. But all of the technologies and ways of working we’ve witnessed have been built on foundations that were laid decades ago. For our 200th episode, we’re bringing you a special guest and taking a walk down memory lane—to the creation and development of one of the most popular programming languages in the world.Don Chamberlin is renowned as the co-inventor of SQL (Structured Query Language), the predominant database language globally, which he developed with Raymond Boyce in the mid-1970s. Chamberlin's professional career began at IBM Research in Yorktown Heights, New York, following a summer internship there during his academic years. His work on IBM's System R project led to the first SQL implementation and significantly advanced IBM’s relational database technology. His contributions were recognized when he was made an IBM Fellow in 2003 and later a Fellow of the Computer History Museum in 2009 for his pioneering work on SQL and database architectures. Chamberlin also contributed to the development of XQuery, an XML query language, as part of the W3C, which became a W3C Recommendation in January 2007. Additionally, he holds fellowships with ACM and IEEE and is a member of the National Academy of Engineering.In the episode, Richie and Don explore his early career at IBM and the development of his interest in databases alongside Ray Boyce, the database task group (DBTG), the transition to relational databases and the early development of SQL, the commercialization and adoption of SQL, how it became standardized, how it evolved and spread via open source, the future of SQL through NoSQL and SQL++ and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:The first-ever journal paper on SQL. SEQUEL: A Structured English Query LanguageDon’s Book: SQL++ for SQL Users: A TutorialSystem R: Relational approach to database managementSQL CoursesSQL Articles, Tutorials and Code-AlongsRelated Episode: Scaling Enterprise Analytics with Libby Duane Adams, Chief Advocacy Officer and Co-Founder of AlteryxRewatch sessions from RADAR: The Analytics EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
Last year saw the proliferation of countless AI tools and initiatives, many companies looked to find ways where AI could be leveraged to reduce operational costs and pressure wherever possible. 2023 was a year of experimentation for anyone trying to harness AI, but we can’t walk forever. To keep up with the rapidly changing landscape in business, last year’s experiments with AI need to find their feet and allow us to run. But how do we know which initiatives are worth fully investing in? Will your company culture impede the change management that is necessary to fully adopt AI?Sanjay Srivastava is the Chief Digital Strategist at Genpact. He works exclusively with Genpact’s senior client executives and ecosystem technology leaders to mobilize digital transformation at the intersection of cutting-edge technology, data strategy, operating models, and process design. In his previous role as Chief Digital Officer at Genpact, Sanjay built out the company’s offerings in artificial intelligence, data and analytics, automation, and digital technology services. He leads Genpact’s artificial-intelligence-enabled platform that delivers industry-leading governance, integration, and orchestration capabilities across digital transformations. Before joining Genpact, Sanjay was a Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur and built four high-tech startups, each of which was successfully acquired by Akamai, BMC, FIS, and Genpact, respectively. Sanjay also held operating leadership roles at Hewlett Packard, Akamai, and SunGard (now FIS), where he oversaw product management, global sales, engineering, and services businesses.In the episode, Sanjay and Richie cover the shift from experimentation to production seen in the AI space over the past 12 months, the importance of corporate culture in the adoption of AI in a business environment, how AI automation is revolutionizing business processes at GENPACT, how change management contributes to how we leverage AI tools at work, adapting skill development pathways to make the most out of AI, how AI implementation changes depending on the size of your organization, future opportunities for AI to change industries and much more. Links Mentioned in the Show:Genpact[Course] Implementing AI Solutions in BusinessArticle: AI adoption accelerates as enterprise PoCs show productivity gainsRelated Episode: How Generative AI is Changing Business and Society with Bernard Marr, AI Advisor, Best-Selling Author, and FuturistRewatch sessions from RADAR: The Analytics EditionNew to DataCamp?Learn on the go using the DataCamp mobile appEmpower your business with world-class data and AI skills with DataCamp for business
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Sajjad Dehqani

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Nov 15th
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Jorge Arbelaez

interesting interview

May 23rd
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Anh D Tran

excuse me im just taking note here: some process with the truck guy tips how to do data science in big org with google guy from superdatascience eda explaratory analysys from tukey

May 22nd
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Moncsi

Hi there, is it possible to get links to the data philanthropy organisations? I'm super curious. Thank you!

Mar 25th
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Jokus Jodokus

The short section about the connection between data scientists and project managers resonated with me

Feb 26th
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gg

400 million people do not have diabetic retinopathy, incorrect statistic.

Jan 23rd
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Paolo Eusebi

Amazing episode! How many listeners worked with Stan in R? What are their impressions over other bayesian software?

Oct 9th
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Rafael Anjos

The contents are very good. Thank you for your good job

Sep 18th
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Anthony Giancursio

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Jul 19th
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Alessandro Surace

Hi Hugo thanks for this podcast. Would be great to have the relevant urls, as the shownotes and others, in the podcast description.

Jun 20th
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