The Alldus Top 50 Podcasts (50-41)
In 2018, the Alldus journey began and now three years later, we have grown from a small office in Dublin, Ireland, with just a handful of people to now over 40 employees with offices in Glasgow, Austin and New York.
At Alldus, we are on a mission to connect the best people in AI and Digital Transformation. One of the ways we do this is through our various series of The Alldus Podcast where leaders from around the globe share their journey and showcase the excellent work that is being done within AI and Digital Transformation.
Over the past 36 months, we have built up an impressive library with nearly 400 episodes of top technologists within AI, Machine Learning, Data Science, Cybersecurity, ServiceNow and Digital Transformation sharing their story and success.
To mark Alldus’ three-year anniversary, we will be looking back on our top episodes as listened to by you as we present the first installment of The Alldus Top 50.
In July 2020, Julie Orlando, former Chief Product Officer at Nanotronics joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast to discuss how Nanotromics are applying AI to transform the manufacturing process, how they evolved from startup to today, projects they are working on within image processing and intelligent factory control, exciting uses of their applications evolving across multiple industries, how their tech team is structured for success and she discusses plans for further growth at Nanotronics.
Jason Kim, Associate Director of Biomedical Informatics and Jenny Zhang, Director of Genomic Data Science at Immuneering joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast back in October 2020 to discuss how Immuneering are applying AI to improve drug discovery, their backgrounds and transitioning from academia into industry, how Immuneering stands out from the competition, interesting projects they are working on, why they love working at Immuneering, what they look for in the hiring process and they told us what’s in store for the future.
In October 2020, Martin Akerman, CTO and Co-Founder at Envisagenics joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast to discuss the origins of their inspirational work at Envisagenics, the growth they have enjoyed since setting up the company, top tips on how to build a successful Data Science team, what excites him for the future at Envisagenics, challenges they need to overcome to achieve their goals and he gave advice on how to transition into a career within Healthcare Data.
Patrice Chaperon, Product Analytics Manager at Doctolib joined host Mark Kelly on the AI Mentors podcast back in January 2021 to chat about his journey to joining Doctolib, Doctolib’s work within the Healthcare sector, Interesting projects they are working on, building and structuring the Data Analytics and Data Science teams, what it is like to work at Europe’s leading eHealth provider, why he believes data science projects fail and he gave his predictions on what the future of eHealth looks like.
Peter Hafez, Chief Data Scientist at RavenPack joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast in July 2020 to discuss RavenPack’s impact in the Fintech industry, the benefits their products bring to customers, Interesting projects they are working on within data, building a successful infrastructure , why he loves working at RavenPack and tell us a bit about the interesting projects coming up in the near future.
In October 2020, Michael Martin, CEO at RapidSOS joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast to discuss the motivation for setting up RapidSOS, how they are using data & new technology to improve public safety agencies, understanding the key problems they are looking to solve, how they are adding real business value with Data Science and Analytics, what the ideal Data Science team looks like, challenges they have overcome to achieve success and he told us why he loves his job at RapidSOS.
Justin Shenk, Co-Founder and CTO at Berlin-based VisioLab joined host Mark Kelly on the AI in Action podcast in September 2020 to discuss who are VisioLab and how it all came about, interesting case studies of Computer Vision they are working on, challenges they needed to overcome to achieve success, the process of building their product, new trends within NLP that excite him for the future and he gave his advice to those looking for a career within AI and Deep Learning.
In August 2020, Renee Ernst, former Senior Lead Data Scientist at General Mills joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast to discuss her background and journey to joining General Mills, the evolution of data science within the company, challenges the Data Science team needed to overcome, plans for further growth & what their future looks like, why she enjoys working with General Mills and she discussed how they are driving a collaborative culture in the company.
42. NIAMH MULDOON, SENIOR DIRECTOR OF TRUST AND SECURITY AT ONE LOGIN (cybersecurity Series E03)
Niamh Vianney Muldoon, Senior Director of Trust & Security at OneLogin joined host John Petherbridge on our Cybersecurity series of The Alldus Podcast in July 2020 and disucsses how she got into the world of Cybersecurity, the exciting roles she has enjoyed over the years, the importance of mentoring, success stories of moving into the world of IT, access control management to Data Breaches and she told us a bity about the exciting work they do at OneLogin.
41. GEORGIOUS OUZOUNIS,VP OF DATA SCIENCE AT ELECTRIFAI (AI in Action E92)
Georgios Ouzounis, former VP of Data Science at ElectrifAi joined host JP Valentine on the AI in Action podcast back in May 2020 to discuss the interesting products ElectrifAi are developing to the market, exciting projects in medical imaging and COVID-19 solutions, his role within Computer Vision and Machine Learning, building the ideal Data Science team, how data will improve their products for the healthcare industry, challenges to overcome working with medical data and he told us what’s in store for the future at ElectrifAi.
We hope you enjoy listening to these top episodes and don’t forget to check back to www.alldus.com next week as we continue our countdown of the Alldus Top 50.
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