On this episode of Making Data Simple, host Al Martin chats with David Townsend, the head of design for IBM Data and AI. Before IBM, David was working as the design director, brand components and user experience for General Motors. His areas of design include multi-cloud, machine learning, AI, data
In this week's episode of Making Data Simple, we are joined by guest John DeNero, who is a professor at UC Berkeley. John specializes in teaching artificial intelligence, and he won a distinguished teaching award in 2018. Host Al Martin and John discuss methods of teaching AI, the state of the
In the latest episode of :"Stories from the Field," Host Wennie Allen, IBM Data and AI, sits down with Elenita Elinon, leader of the Quantitative Research Analytics at JP Morgan Chase, recognized and awarded as one of the top 40 Women Leaders in Data and AI for her work with risk and fraud. Elenita
This week's guest is Jorge Castanon, a senior data scientist for Watson Studio at IBM. Host Al Martin and Jorge discuss some typical data problems currently plaguing the industry -- and how Watson Studio makes dealing with those problems that much easier. Get ready for an in-depth, technical
This week, host Al Martin welcomes Rakesh Ranjan, the director of emerging technologies at IBM Data and AI. He also works on next gen-solutions at IBM and is involved with academia and research. Join us for a look at what's next in data and AI.
This week on Making Data Simple, Dinesh Nirmal, vice president, IBM Data and AI Development, joins "Making Data Simple" to discuss current industry trends. Host Al Martin poses questions that are both technical and leadership-oriented. They discuss new, emerging technologies and swap their own
Guy Taylor, head of data and data driven intelligence at Nedbank, joins the podcast. He and host Al Martin discuss the state of the banking industry, machine learning practices -- and why you should add a South African safari to your bucket list. Suit up for an incredibly engaging conversation.
On this episode, host Al Martin welcomes Michael Sestak, who is a creative media director at IBM. He and Al discuss his role in-depth. Listen to learn what sources of inspiration Michael draws from, and how data and the creative process collide.