The world is changing rapidly, and technology is at the heart of much of that change. From smart phones and smaller computer chips, to 3D ultrasound machines and implants that can help paralysis patients regain movement, such technology is revolutionizing the way we live, work and grow. Technically Speaking: An Intel Podcast is a podcast from iHeartMedia’s Ruby Studios and Intel dedicated to highlighting these technological advancements: how they were developed, how they work, and how they will change our lives. Each episode will explain how Intel and its teams of engineers are at the start of many of these innovations impacting the future of society and humanity.
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Only started listening to the first episode but the young lady sounded like she was sitting in a conference room with her cronies and either trying to impress them with lingo or didn’t care who could understand what she was saying. The host spoke more “clearly “ to my 73 year old ears and mind but “no thanks”.
A fascinating discussion on all things AI. The first ep covered lots of pertinent questions on the role of Ethics in AI and how companies/organisations are navigating this new world. Looking forward to the future episodes.
Great show that gives me an interesting insight into how a big company like Intel is thinking about AI. A little technical, but was able keep up. Recommend.
I stumbled upon this podcast as a fan of Graeme’s work. LOVED the first episode, covering AI ethics from a perspective that I hadn’t encountered before. Really enjoyed hearing about stuff like generative AI, composite AI, inclusive AI, democratization in AI models, etc. from a brand like Intel, at the center of it all. Great stuff — can’t wait for Ep 2!
Really interesting conversations about AI and what Intel is working on.
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Technically Speaking: An Intel Podcast launched 3 months ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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