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Episodes

207 - Understanding Enterprise Architecture for Government
This week, Darren is on his own as he explores the significance of enterprise architecture and its increasing application in government to comprehend the intricacies of modern organizations.

201 - Securing Information: Embracing Private GenAI RAG
In this episode Darren interviews Jeff Marshall, Sr. VP of Federal and DOD at FedData. They explore GenAI, delving into its potential benefits, security risks, and the quest for balance between innovation and privacy. Discover how this technology acts as a universal translator, its data security challenges, and the road ahead for organizations trying to protect their data.

200 - Home CEO: Managing Household and Small Business with Generative AI
This week, Darren and Paige join forces for the first cross-over episode of Embracing Digital Transformation and Where's The Lemonade. They talk about GenAI in the household and how it can help manage a big, complex family.

195 - Government Digital Transformation
In this podcast episode of Embracing Digital Transformation, Darren Pulsipher, Greg Clifton, and Jason Dunn-Potter highlight Intel's massive investments in digital transformation. They discuss Intel's journey towards digital transformation, focusing on the company's investments in supply chain diversification, workforce development, and cutting-edge technology such as artificial intelligence. The podcast provides an in-depth analysis of Intel's innovations. It highlights the company's pioneering technological role, from mainframes to the cloud.

180 - Generative AI in Higher Education (Revisited)
In this week's episode of Embracing Digital Transformation, Darren Pulsipher interviews guest speaker Laura Newey about her fascinating journey through the critically emerging world of Generative AI, particularly in the education sector. Covering the transformation of her teaching experience and enriching her students' learning outcomes through AI, she extensively analyzed adapting to modern education dynamics.

172 - Zero Trust Architecture
In this podcast episode Darren talks with Steve Orrin and Dave Marcus and discusses zero trust architecture, a new security model needed for today's digital environments where the network perimeter is disappearing. Experts explain what zero trust is, key principles like default deny access and continuous authentication, and advice for organizations starting their zero trust journey.

166 - Agility in Cloud Adoption
Cloud migration is no longer a one-time process, but rather a continuous journey that requires constant evaluation, monitoring, and adjustment to achieve business objectives. In this episode of our podcast, host Darren Pulsipher talks to guest Christine McMonigal about the importance of adopting continuous improvement in cloud operations.

160 - Security in Generative AI
In this episode, host Darren Pulsipher is joined by Dr. Jeffrey Lancaster to delve into the intersection of generative AI and security. The conversation dives deep into the potential risks and challenges surrounding the use of generative AI in nefarious activities, particularly in the realm of cybersecurity.

158 - GenAI in Higher Education
In this podcast episode, Darren Pulsipher, chief solution architect of public sector at Intel, interviews Laura Torres Newey, a New York Times best-selling author and university professor, about the impact of generative AI in higher education. This episode delves into the challenges and opportunities presented by the integration of generative AI in the classroom, highlighting the need for critical thinking skills, the concerns of bias, and ensuring the preservation of unique voices.

155 - GenAI Advisor for Datacenter Management
In this episode host Darren Pulsipher sits down with Greg Campbell, CTO of Verge.io, to discuss the exciting intersection of AI and infrastructure management. Greg, a software developer and entrepreneur, shares his journey of creating Verge.io to address the complexities of infrastructure stitching and management.

153 - Training the Next Generation in AI
In this podcast episode, Pete Schmitz, a retired Intel account executive, talks about his work with high school students in teaching them about AI and how to use it in their robotics competitions. He explains that these competitions require the use of autonomy, and AI is a crucial component in achieving that. Pete shares an example of how computer vision, powered by AI, is used in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's unmanned surface vehicle, DARPA D Hunter.

28 - Legacy Integration with Cloud and RPA
One of the growing areas to help with Legacy Integration and automation of integration is the use of automation tools and frameworks. Over the last 3 years, a significant emphasis on the automation of workflows with legacy and new cloud-aware applications for information workers has emerged. These tools sets are called Robotic Process Automation (RPA) tools. Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect, Public Sector, Intel, reviews the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) industry and tool offerings.