AI Today Podcast #34: Interview with Anant Kale, AppZen — Preventing Employee Expense Fraud with AI

Occupational fraud is not a small issue. On average, a company loses 5% of its revenues to employee financial fraud each year, with the annual median loss at $140,000 and over 20% of companies reporting losses of $1 million or more. The key to keeping a lid on this fraud is identifying the fraud before …

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AI Today Podcast #33: Interview with Prof. Alex Wissner-Gross — The Definition of Intelligence

How exactly do you define intelligence? Professor Alex Wissner-Gross, President and Chief Scientist at Gemedy and Fellow at Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science has an answer. In this podcast, we interview Professor Wissner-Gross not only about his equation for defining intelligence, but also his thoughts that we need new challenges around data sets, as …

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AI Today Podcast #32: Interview with Siraj Raval – School of AI, YouTube Celeb

Understanding Artificial Intelligence (AI) and all its various details including Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning is not easy. So it’s always a great delight when someone like Siraj Raval can explain these concepts and work through them in a practical way on his YouTube channel, and his new School of AI. In this podcast, …

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AI Today Podcast #30: Interview with MIT Professor Luis Perez-Breva — Contrary Perspectives on AI and ML

Every once in a while we have a podcast interview with someone that really makes us rethink some of the popular positions in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). This podcast’s interview with Luis Perez-Breva, faculty director of innovation teams at MIT’s School of Engineering and working with MIT Sloan School of Management, was one …

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AI Today Podcast #025: Interview with Matt Gardner, St. Louis Blues (NHL Hockey Team) – Facebook Chatbot Fan engagement

In this podcast, we interview Matt Gardner who heads digital strategy for the St. Louis Blues professional hockey team (NHL). The St. Louis Blues have implemented an AI-powered Facebook Messenger bot tool to enhance the fan and spectator experience. Matt realized that fans  want to be engaged through social media moreso than websites and email. …

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AI Today Podcast #024: Interview with Ofer Ronen, Chatbase and Google Area 120

In this podcast, we are thrilled to interview Ofer Ronen, who is a general manager of Chatbase, which is a special project within the Google 120 internal project incubator. Chatbase is pioneering the space of chatbot analytics, and with the backing of Google it’s sure to be dominant in the market. In this podcast, we …

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AI Today Podcast #013: Avoiding Biases in AI Training Data – Interview with Tess Posner of AI4All

The basis for most modern AI systems are Machine Learning and Deep Learning. It goes without saying that in order for something to be “learning”, something has to teach it. Specifically, what makes these systems effective is a large quantity of good training data that is relevant to the area in which you’re trying to …

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