042 – Why Machine Learning and Analytics Alone Can’t Drive Behavioral Change inside Police Departments with Allison Weil

“What happened in Minneapolis and Louisville and Chicago and countlessother cities across the United States is unconscionable (and to be clear, racist). But what makes me the maddest is how easy this problem is to solve, just by the police deciding it’s a thing they want to solve.” – Allison Weil on Medium Before Allison … Read more042 – Why Machine Learning and Analytics Alone Can’t Drive Behavioral Change inside Police Departments with Allison Weil

041 – Data Thinking: An Approach to Using Design Thinking to Maximize the Effectiveness of Data Science and Analytics with Martin Szugat of Datentreiber

The job of many internally-facing data scientists in business settings is to discover,explore, interpret, and share data, turning it into actionable insight that can benefit the company and improve outcomes. Yet, data science teams often struggle with the very basic question of how the company’s data assets can best serve the organization. Problem statements are … Read more041 – Data Thinking: An Approach to Using Design Thinking to Maximize the Effectiveness of Data Science and Analytics with Martin Szugat of Datentreiber

040 – Improving Potato Chips and Space Travel: NASA’s Steve Rader on Open Innovation

Innovation doesn’t just happen out of thin air. It requires a conscious effort, and team-wide collaboration. At the same time, innovation will be critical for NASA if the organization hopes to remain competitive and successful in the coming years. Enter Steve Rader. Steve has spent the last 31 years at NASA, working in a variety … Read more040 – Improving Potato Chips and Space Travel: NASA’s Steve Rader on Open Innovation

039 – How PEX Fingerprinted 20 Billion Audio and Video Files and Turned It Into a Product to Help Musicians, Artists and Creators Monetize their Work

Every now and then, I like to insert a music-and-data episode into the show since hey, I’m a musician, and I’m the host 😉 Today is one of those days! Rasty Turek is founder and CEO of Pex, a leading analytics and rights management platform used for discovering and tracking video and audio content using … Read more039 – How PEX Fingerprinted 20 Billion Audio and Video Files and Turned It Into a Product to Help Musicians, Artists and Creators Monetize their Work

038 – (Special Co-Hosted Episode) Brian and Mark Bailey Discuss 10 New Design and UX Considerations for Creating ML and AI-Driven Products and Applications

Mark Bailey is a leading UX researcher and designer, and host of the Design for AI podcast — a program which, similar to Experiencing Data, explores the strategies and considerations around designing data-driven human-centered applications built with machine learning and AI. In this episode of Experiencing Data — co-released with the podcast Design for AI … Read more038 – (Special Co-Hosted Episode) Brian and Mark Bailey Discuss 10 New Design and UX Considerations for Creating ML and AI-Driven Products and Applications

037 – A VC Perspective on AI and Building New Businesses Using Machine Intelligence featuring Rob May of PJC

Rob May is a general partner at PJC, a leading venture capital firm. He was previously CEO of Talla, a platform for AI and automation, as well as co-founder and CEO of Backupify. Rob is an angel investor who has invested in numerous companies, and author of InsideAI which is said to be one of … Read more037 – A VC Perspective on AI and Building New Businesses Using Machine Intelligence featuring Rob May of PJC

036 – How Higher-Ed Institutions are Using AI and Analytics to Better Serve Students with Professor of Learning Informatics and Edtech Expert Simon Buckingham Shum

Simon Buckingham Shum is Professor of Learning Informatics at Australia’s University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Director of the Connected Intelligence Centre (CIC)—an innovation center where students and staff can explore education data science applications. Simon holds a Ph.D from the University of York, and is known for bringing a human-centered approach to analytics and … Read more036 – How Higher-Ed Institutions are Using AI and Analytics to Better Serve Students with Professor of Learning Informatics and Edtech Expert Simon Buckingham Shum

035 – Future Ethics Author and Designer Cennydd Bowles Shares Strategies for Designing Ethical Data Products That Benefit Our Business, Community and Society

Cennydd Bowles is a London-based digital product designer and futurist, with almost two decades of consulting experience working with some of the largest and most influential brands in the world. Cennydd has earned a reputation as a trusted guide, helping companies navigate complex issues related to design, technology, and ethics. He’s also the author of … Read more035 – Future Ethics Author and Designer Cennydd Bowles Shares Strategies for Designing Ethical Data Products That Benefit Our Business, Community and Society

034 – ML & UX: To Augment or Automate? Plus, Rating Overall Analytics Efficacy with Eric Siegel, Ph.D.

Eric Siegel, Ph.D. is founder of the Predictive Analytics World and Deep Learning World conference series, executive editor of “The Predictive Analytics Times,” and author of “Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die.” A former Columbia University professor and host of the Dr. Data Show web series, Siegel is … Read more034 – ML & UX: To Augment or Automate? Plus, Rating Overall Analytics Efficacy with Eric Siegel, Ph.D.

033 — How Vidant Health’s Data Team Creates Empathetic Data Products and Ethical Machine Learning Models with Greg Nelson

Greg Nelson is VP of data analytics at Vidant Health, as well as an adjunct faculty member at Duke University. He is also the author of the  “Analytics Lifecycle Toolkit,” which is a manual for integrating data management technologies. A data evangelist with over 20 years of experience in analytics and advisory, Nelson is widely … Read more033 — How Vidant Health’s Data Team Creates Empathetic Data Products and Ethical Machine Learning Models with Greg Nelson