161 - Natural Language Data Analytics
In the latest episode Darren Pulsipher sits down with Steve Wasick, the CEO and founder of InfoSentience, to discuss the power and potential of natural language data analytics. Steve, who comes from an unconventional background as an English major turned screenwriter turned lawyer turned tech founder, brings a unique perspective to the field.
157 - Operationalizing GenAI
In this podcast episode, host Darren Pulsipher, Chief Solution Architect of Public Sector at Intel, discusses the operationalization of generative AI with returning guest Dr. Jeffrey Lancaster. They explore the different sharing models of generative AI, including public, private, and community models. The podcast covers topics such as open-source models, infrastructure management, and considerations for deploying and maintaining AI systems. It also delves into the importance of creativity, personalization, and getting started with AI models.
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.
159 - GenAI Policies
In this episode, host Darren interviews Jeremy Harris and delve into the importance of establishing policies and guidelines for successful digital transformation. With the increasing prevalence of digital technologies in various industries, organizations need to adapt and embrace this transformation to stay competitive and meet evolving customer expectations.
156 - Becoming a Data Ready Organization
In the podcast episode, retired Rear Admiral Ron Fritzmeier joins host Darren Pulsipher to discuss the importance of data management in the context of generative artificial intelligence (AI). With a background in electrical engineering and extensive experience in the cyber and cybersecurity fields, Ron provides valuable insights into the evolving field of data management and its critical role in organizational success in the digital age.
147 - GenerativeAI and Automation (Google Bard)
In this episode Darren dusts off an interview he did with chatGPT and did the same interview with Google Bard. Interesting comparison with Episode 122 in Embracing Digital Transformation.
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.