The Alldus Podcast – AI in Action Top 10 Episodes 2023
Another eventful year has passed on The Alldus Podcast and as we near the end of 2023, we’re thrilled to present to you the most popular episodes from our AI in Action series over the past year, as chosen by our listeners.
Featuring over 2,300 minutes of invaluable insights shared by AI and Digital Transformation leaders worldwide, these episodes have been heard daily across 46 countries. Whether your interest lies in AI or ServiceNow, The Alldus Podcast offers a wealth of enriching content to explore.
Without delay, let’s delve into the Top Ten AI in Action Podcasts of 2023. (Click the image for the full episode.)
Vinidhra Mani, Head of Platform and Erica Weinstein, Head of Research at ProFound Therapeutics joined host JP Valentine on the show back in September to discuss the origins of ProFound Therapeutics, the potential impact of their research in drug discovery & clinical trials, how they are applying AI and Data Science in their day-to-day work and they gave their insights into what the near future holds for ProFound Therapeutics.
Vera Chien, Executive Director, Corporate Research, Data & Insights at Warner Bros. Discovery featured on the podcast back in August as she delved into some of her current work with Warner Bros Discovery, the impact of the Warner Media and Discovery merger, how they are utilizing data science and analytics across the business, the broader data organization and her team’s day-to-day activities, and she discussed why Warner Bros Discovery is a great place to work.
In July, Mike Salem, Associate Director of Data Science at Gilead Sciences joined JP on the AI in Action podcast to discuss some of Gilead’s work in medicine and drug discovery, his role and responsibilities in the company, their approach to solving problems using AI and Data Science, two key areas the Data Science team focus on, what excites him for the future and he told us why Gilead is a great place to work.
Michael Cunningham, CTO and Co-Founder at Zelta AI featured on the podcast back in April as he told us about the origins of Zelta AI, how they help companies prioritize their roadmap more effectively, examples of the benefits they bring to customers, the role of AI and Data Analytics in the product, why Zelta AI is a great place to work and he told us what excites him for the future at Zelta AI.
Back in January, Patrick Bangert, VP of Artificial Intelligence at Samsung SDS America joined JP on the show to tell us about how they are using AI at Samsung SDS, his role and the impact his team are making in AI, an insight into the day-to-day life at Samsung SDS, their focus on AI in Healthcare and the Samsung Cloud strategy, exciting opportunities to join the team and he gave his predictions on where he sees the future of Artificial Intelligence.
In June, Alex Siegman, Machine Learning Technical Program Manager at Google AI featured on his second Alldus Podcast episode as he gave an overview of the work he does with Google Research, what a typical working day for him looks like, his advice for people who want to work at Google, skills and qualifications needed to succeed in his team, new tech trends that excite him and he told us about what has changed for him since his last episode on the show.
Ramesh Durvasula, SVP R&D IT at Eli Lilly featured on the podcast back in April as he gave us insights into his role and an overview of the R&D function at Eli Lilly, how they work with data, tech and analytics, their focus on computational science and data modelling, the make-up of the team and how they attract talent, their upcoming project in model-driven drug discovery and he told us why Eli Lilly is such a great place to work.
Taking the bronze medal for 2023 is Yilun Chen, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Finni Health who joined the show back in May to tell us all about the interesting work he does with Finni Health, a typical customer journey working with clinicians and therapists, how they are using automation and Machine Learning, the day-to-day life of the data team, milestones and goals the team are working towards, and what the future looks like for Finni Health.
In second place on our list, Rui Aguiar, Co-Founder and CTO at Expedock spoke with JP on the podcast back in March to tell us about all the interesting work they do at Expedock, alook behind the scenes on how they’re applying AI and Data Science, plans for growing the team, why to consider a career in supply chain, AI trends within the sector that excite him and he gave an insight into what the near future holds for Expedock.
Shiva Amiri, VP, Head of AI and Data Intelligence at Pivotal Life Sciences takes the title of this year’s number one AI in Action podcast as she featured on the show back in February to discuss some of her current work at Pivotal Life Sciences, what her role and responsibilities involves, the benefits that her team are bringing to businesses, plans for further growing the team, why Pivotal Life Sciences is a great place to work and she told us about what excites her for the future of the company.
A massive thank you goes out to all our guests who participated in our show this year, as well as to everyone who tuned in. Get ready more fantastic episodes heading your way on The Alldus Podcast in 2024.
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