For the past seven years, Slater Victoroff has been developing machine learning solutions for startups, governments, and Fortune 100 companies, and he is a regular speaker at AI conferences. Learn and be inspired as he recounts his professional and personal journeys and successes.
Change is inevitable. It’s coming for you, me and everyone else. Michelle Delebet runs a company specialising in promoting change fluency in organisations, enabling massive tech transformations to progress from idea to delivery and into ‘normal’. Michelle tells us stories from her career as a “Change Whisperer” and we discuss
In this episode, Michael chats with Siobhan Ford about her role as a regulatory lawyer and her involvement in the technology sector. We also discuss her role in other jurisdictions, removing social media and the future of AI in the law (and in songwriting!)
I’ve known Paul since the early 2000s when we worked together building an e-commerce platform. We connected again after he moved to Vietnam where he was teaching e-commerce, business and English language at a university in Ho Chi Minh City. He was part of Teamscāl for a number of years before moving on to a […]
Dineable helps businesses get to the next level with food sustainability and personalization by leveraging a proprietary food profile sharing platform, like “LinkedIn for what you eat.” It is launched and operating, helping meeting and event planners collect food profiles of guests in advance. In this interview with Michael, Mark talks about the cha
In Nerd News, Michael Lobb and David Camus discuss some of the newsworthy topics over the past 2 weeks. In this episode we discuss Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck, using poop as a building material, expensive cameras with too many megapixels, Google being in trouble with its staff and perineum sunning.
In this episode, I interview David Camus from One Bright Cloud where we talk future tech, automated vehicles, AI and managing iPad time for 7 children.