AI in Action E30: Lab Automation in Life Sciences with Chelsea Weidman Burke & Frank Zenie


Welcome to episode 30 of AI in Action, the podcast that breaks down the hype and explores the impact that Data Science, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are making on our everyday lives.

Powered by Alldus International, our goal is to share with you the insights of technologists and data science enthusiasts to showcase the excellent work that is being done within AI in the United States and in Europe.

Today’s guests on the show are Chelsea Weidman Burke and Frank Zenie. Frank is a successful entrepreneur, CEO coach and is active on emerging company boards. Frank is the founder of the Zenie Foundation and was the CEO and president of Zymark, which pioneered laboratory robotics automation.

Chelsea is a biochemist who is passionate about science communication, education and lifelong learning. She is a microbiology/immunology laboratory technician & clinical study coordinator at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is also freelance science writer with work featured in BioSpace, Science in the News at Harvard University to name a few.

In the episode, Chelsea and Frank will talk about:

The impact they have made in Lab Automation with Zimark

How Automation is transforming the Life Sciences

The role of humans alongside Automation

How Lab Automation will further impact the industry

Interesting work to check out in Lab Automation

To find out more about what brought this podcast together, read Chelsea’s blog post at You can also connect with Chelsea and Frank on Linkedin.

What did you make of Chelsea and Frank’s podcast? Where do you see the future of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science heading in the next few years? We would love to hear your thoughts on this episode, so please leave a comment below.

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