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How Netflix makes smart decisions

By Mike Walsh | Aug 13, 2019 | Comments Off

 

 

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What Marvel can teach us about digital transformation - Mike Walsh

By Mike Walsh | Sep 25, 2018 | Comments Off

Catching up in LA, we spoke about the lessons that studios like Marvel can teach other organizations about digital transformation, and how we are just at the beginning of a new renaissance in AI-powered creativity.

Will AI be the end of the radiologist?

By Mike Walsh | Aug 14, 2018 | Comments Off

Geoffrey Hinton, one of the world’s most renowned computer scientists has argued that ‘we should stop training radiologists right now’, and that as a result of AI, most would be out of a job within 5 years. But is this really true? Dr Hugh Harvey has a unique perspective on this question, having worked both sides of the fence - both as consultant radiologist, and also as leader in the AI space first at Babylon Health, and currently as the Clinical Lead at Kheiron Medical. Catching up with Hugh in London, I was keen to find out about the impact of algorithms on employment in the healthcare, and what it might mean to be a radiologist in the 21st century.

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Augmenting Human Beings - Mike Walsh

By Mike Walsh | May 29, 2018 | Comments Off

The real threat of AI is not killer robots or rogue star destroyers, but rather systems that lack accountability, or consideration of their economic impact on job replacement. Listen to Mike's newest podcast episode here.

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Welcome to the Age of the Algorithm - Mike Walsh

By Mike Walsh | May 22, 2018 | Comments Off

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What leaders can learn from great gamblers - Mike Walsh

By Mike Walsh | May 15, 2018 | Comments Off

Applying the logic of professional gambling to leadership might not strike you as obvious, but Rasmus Andersen is no ordinary thinker. Currently running two football teams with the assistance of data and machine learning, he is also a provocative thinker on human performance. When he became curious about why certain towns and cities produced so many top athletes, he decided to find out himself, venturing from Africa to Korea, in search of the secrets of talent clusters... Listen to Mike's latest podcast episode here!

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The Magic of Getting Lost - Mike Walsh and Yossi Ghinsberg

By Mike Walsh | Apr 03, 2018 | Comments Off

Yossi Ghinsberg is a true adventurer. Although best known for his story of survival when he was lost in an uncharted part of the Bolivian Amazon jungle for three weeks in 1981, he has since led a life of inspiration, motivation and raising awareness for humanitarian causes. His bestselling book, ‘Jungle’, was recently released as a major motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe. Over a cup of coffee we chatted about life, the universe, and the magic that happens when you find yourself off the beaten track.

Building smart cities in India - Mike Walsh

By Mike Walsh | Mar 27, 2018 | Comments Off

If by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living in cities - how do we reimagine our infrastructure, resources and services to cope? Bala Mahavaden is one of the thought leaders involved in planning the next generation of super cities in India, the Middle East and Europe. We spoke about the role of data in tomorrow’s cities, digital identity and citizen information, and how predictive analytics might help civic leaders mitigate day-to-day problems and response to crisis.

Why the future of energy is not what you think - Mike Walsh Podcast

By Mike Walsh | Mar 20, 2018 | Comments Off

It would be easy to imagine in this age of Teslas, Powerwalls, and Nest thermostats, that we are somehow on the brink of escaping traditional energy sources forever. Yet, oil, gas and coal persist - and continues to shape economies, nations and industrial policy. Dr. Kent Moors, a global expert on energy and a professor in the Graduate Center for Social and Public Policy at Duquesne University, where he directs the Energy Policy Research Group, has some ideas on why that may be. He has also had a fascinating life. You will hear how I try, unsuccessfully on a number of occasions, to get him to talk about his former life as a covert operative working for the State Department.

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