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Human biases can seep into the fabric of AI algorithms, leading to unintended consequences. That's why it's imperative to consider diversity as a pillar of AI ethics and principles. 
Fueled by IoT, AI, automation and blockchain, much of the world’s growing data is controlled by a handful of players. We need to rethink how we use data to create an equitable societal impact. 
 From Hollywood to Madison Avenue, tech innovators are harnessing data to combat harmful stereotypes. In the first episode of Season 7, we speak with Yves Bergquist from USC’s Entertainment Technology Center on his team’s use of AI to identify and combat the unconscious bias that exists in the films, tv shows, and advertising that so heavily influence our culture.
In season 7 of The Element Podcast, each episode will highlight different paths on the journey towards digital equity. Launching January 11 from HPE
Imagine a world where traffic congestion and pollution are minimal; and your commute – be it on planes, trains or automobiles – is completely safe. Welcome to the future of transportation - where computing data at the edge, in real-time, brings actions and experiences that are incomprehensible today. Explore Life at the Edge of transportation with us.
Edge computing in healthcare means faster and more accurate diagnoses, greater access to experts, and more affordable care. When technology enables healthcare professionals to do their jobs better, patient care isn’t the only thing redefined. We all get healthier, as individuals and as a society. 
Edge computing moves ultra-sophisticated data analysis from the cloud right to the factory floor - transforming the products we love by dramatically improving quality, speed, and even the economics. Manufacturing will never be the same.
Learn the surprising ways edge computing is improving how we live and work. It makes our smartphones smarter, our cars safer and enables our doctors to make more precise diagnoses. Tech is reinventing manufacturing, health care and more. Launching November 1st from HPE. 
The size of the pandemic was unprecedented and created a reverberating effect including across the tech industry and customers.  What are the challenges that the industry, customers, and partners face?  What were the lessons learned?  And what does it mean to ‘earthquake-proof’ for the future?  We’ll answer those questions in this episode of The Element Podcast. 
While the location of data and workloads is already shaping the industry’s hybrid existence, the future beholds even greater promises of increased efficiency, simplicity and ability to gather insights from data in real time. In this episode, guests share their best guesses for what the future holds. This episode’s guests include Phil Davis, Robert Christiansen, Paul Glaser, Jeremiah K. Owyang, Jessica Groopman and Sally Eaves.
Are specific industries in a different stage in their hybrid cloud journey? In this episode, we explore the ones that are greatly benefiting from a dash of hybrid cloud and find out which are exceeding expectations. This episode’s guests include Phil Davis, Bob Laliberte, Daniel Newman, Drew Lentz, Jeremiah K. Owyang, Sally Eaves and Tim Crawford.
While the shift to hybrid cloud presents opportunities for how businesses access and utilize their data, there are still hurdles preventing companies from fully embracing hybrid cloud. In this episode, we’ll explore how standardization and security are necessary to enable data to be more accessible and more normalized across IT environments. This episode’s guests include Robert Christiansen, Scott Yow, Daniel Newman, Jo Petersen, Anurag Agrawal, Dana Gardner and Tim Crawford.
The IT industry is undergoing a shift to hybrid and, with that shift, new IT consumption models are gaining ground. In this episode, we explore how customers’ search for choice, simplicity and scalability is leading to adoption of a cloud-like experience across the data center and to as a Service consumption models. This episode’s guests include Phil Davis, Pradeep Kumar, Robert Christiansen, Scott Yow, Jeramiah K. Owyang, Bob O'Donnell, Anurag Agrawal, Sally Eaves, Daniel Newman, Jo Petersen, Ronald Van Loon, Bob Laliberte and Dana Gardner.
Businesses are at a crossroads when it comes to their data and apps. In the first episode, we’ll lay the groundwork for the season, identifying the trends that made hybrid cloud a reality today and focusing on how new technologies and customer needs and expectations are contributing to a growing hybrid future. This episode’s guests include Phil Davis, Robert Christiansen, Jo Peterson, Bob O'Donnell, Tim Crawford and Daniel Newman.
Medical testing today is inefficient, expensive and rarely customized to meet the needs of individual patients. The medical community needs the ability to reimagine medical research, eliminate clinical trials and end human and animal testing.  By harnessing technology, we can empower the medical community to break free from the confines of traditional research.
Through an open collaboration with the World Economic Forum, leaders across industry, technology, academia and government are coming together to solve a series of societal challenges in key industries including agriculture, financial services, healthcare, transportation and manufacturing. They are setting milestones, contributing ideas and aligning resources to accelerate our ability to solve these critical problems.
Cybercrime has gone from the province of lone hackers and state entities in the shadows to a profit-driven industry that is increasingly exploiting enterprises and individuals. We sit down with experts from Europol and the FBI to better understand the risks these groups pose to your infrastructure, data and intellectual property.
What’s next for IoT?

What’s next for IoT?


Your IT resources are increasingly moving to the Edge in the form of sensors and networking. You may already be dealing with the new challenge of this IoT revolution – what to do with all that new data? It’s too slow and expensive to send to the cloud or the datacenter and back. Meanwhile, you have to manage & monitor the all those new sensors. Having trouble keeping up with all this new complexity? You’re not alone, and the solution may be accelerating adoption of AI.
Keith Townsend - Guest Host and Co-Foudner, Dennis Evans - IT Manager at TE Connectivity
Hewlett Packard Enterprise & Purdue University sit down to discuss the challenges facing the sustainability of our food supply over the next decade and the need for technology solutions to help feed the world. Our approach needs to extend beyond agriculture to the global food supply chain so more food gets to hungry people and less ends up in landfills as waste.
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