Special episode: Dave Kellogg, serial CEO, investor, and SaaS pioneer, shares his (provocative) tech predictions for 2023
AI and the Future of Work
by Dave Kellogg
1w ago
This is one of my favorite episodes of the year. It’s our third annual long, strange trip into the mind of a Silicon Valley legend. Dave Kellogg is one of the best marketers, CEOs, tech provocateurs, and board whisperers around. He was an executive at iconic companies like SAP, MarkLogic, and Salesforce turned investor and board director who is now an executive in residence at Balderton Capital.  In this episode, we discuss, well, just about everything that matters for the tech economy… startup growth metrics, generative AI, how to get funded in 2023, and of course our favorite jam band ..read more
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Carter Busse, CIO of future of work unicorn Workato, shares why it's hard to own technology... at a technology company
AI and the Future of Work
by Carter Busse
2w ago
Carter Busse has been leading IT organizations for more than two decades. He has been an IT leader at successful, high-growth organizations ranging from Salesforce to MobileIron to 8x8 to Cohesity Among his many accolades, he was recently named a 2022 ORBIE Bay Area CIO of the year and was also the first IT leader hired at Salesforce back in 2000.  Carter understands the challenges of managing tech infrastructure for high-growth tech companies where there’s zero margin for error because everyone thinks they know tech better than you. CIOs are like plumbing: nobody appreciates them when e ..read more
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Darren Murph, Head of Remote at GitLab and Guinness world record holder, discusses what's required to make remote-first work cultures succeed
AI and the Future of Work
by Darren Murph
3w ago
Darren Murph has been Head of Remote at GitLab for 3.5 years and has been a part of its rise to prominence. His leadership helped shape GitLab’s remote-first culture. GitLab went public in 2021 and has about a $7B market cap. It’s one of the leading DevOps platforms and has grown its team to more than 2k employees.  Before GitLab Darren has been an entrepreneur, journalist, and author. Oh, and by the way, he holds one of the most awesome records in the Guinness Book of World Records. Listen and learn: How to make work an organizational principle instead of a perk or policy What a Head ..read more
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AI wins and losses in 2022... and predictions for 2023 with two AI legends: tech futurists Peter Scott and David Wood
AI and the Future of Work
by Peter Scott and David Wood
1M ago
Today's episode first appeared on Peter Scott's (excellent!) AI and You podcast. Peter Scott and David Wood are two of the most recognized AI futurists. Both are respected authors, speakers, and visionaries. Peter is a popular TEDx speaker and long-time NASA engineer. David was recently named one of the "top 100 most influential people in technology". Today's discussion is a must-listen in which we discuss the future of technology, the future of work, and the future of humanity. In this one, Peter hosted and the three of us had a round table discussion about everything from generative AI to ..read more
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Special episode live from the BOUNDARYLESS Future of Work event in SF: Rani Mavram, Complete CEO, and Ankit Jain, Aviator CEO
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1M ago
Special episode this week! We recorded two live discussions from Turing's BOUNDARYLESS "Future of Work" event in San Francisco. In the first, Rani Mavram, Complete.so CEO, discusses using data to transform compensation policies from being a liability to an asset for high-growth companies. In the second, Ankit Jain, Aviator CEO, discusses using automation to improve developer productivity for remote-first engineering teams. Listen and learn... From Rani Mavram: Why compensation policies have an outsize impact on employee engagement What's required to make compensation plans transparent The di ..read more
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Merve Hickok, one of the "top 100 most brilliant women in AI ethics," shares what you need to know about the blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights
AI and the Future of Work
by Merve Hickok
1M ago
Merve Hickok is one of the most recognized thought leaders in the emerging field of AI ethics. Merve is the founder of AIethicist.org and Lighthouse Career Consulting. Her work is at the intersection of AI and data ethics along with social justice and DEI policy and regulation. Merve was recently listed among the top 100 most brilliant women in AI ethics and in the past she lectured at the University of Michigan’s School of Information on Data Science ethics. Merve’s at the forefront of this emerging field that will define how we live and work for the next several decades. This is an important ..read more
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Emmanuel Turlay, Founder and CEO of Sematic and machine learning pioneer, discusses what's required to turn every software engineer into an ML engineer
AI and the Future of Work
by Emmanuel Turlay
2M ago
Emmanuel Turlay spent more than a decade in engineering roles at tech-first companies like Instacart and Cruise before realizing machine learning engineers need a better solution. Emmanuel started Sematic earlier this year and was part of the YC summer 2022 batch. He recently raised a $3M seed round from investors including Race Capital and Soma Capital. Thanks to friend of the podcast and former guest Hina Dixit from Samsung NEXT for the intro to Emmanuel. I’ve been involved with the AutoML space for five years and, for full disclosure, I’m on the board of Auger which is in a related space. I ..read more
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Kevin Mulcahy, co-author of the Future Workplace Experience, discusses how technology is improving the employee experience
AI and the Future of Work
by Kevin Mulcahy
2M ago
Kevin Mulcahy, co-author of the Future Workplace Experience, has been thinking and writing about the future of work since 2016. Six years ago the future of work was dramatically different. Reading Kevin’s book makes him seem like a clairvoyant who predicted the future.  In addition to being a successful author Kevin is a sought after speaker on all topics related to the future of work and workplace trends. In the past, he also lectured on entrepreneurship at Babson College. Listen and learn: What HR teams need to know about delivering great employee experiences How Airbnb created a cult ..read more
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Michael Osterrieder, CEO and founder of vAIsual, discusses how generative AI is disrupting the stock media industry
AI and the Future of Work
by Michael Osterrieder
2M ago
Today’s guest is the co-founder and CEO of vAIsual, the company pioneering the use of generative AI to create synthetic stock media. All of those photos you see online and in print publications of people promoting products usually are human models posing in generic ways. Their pictures are sold by companies like Getty Images in marketplaces that are inefficient and limited in scope. Michael Osterrieder and his partner Nico are legends in the world of stock media who realized there’s a better way. They created what they call an algorithmic camera and launched vAIsual last year to scratch their ..read more
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Otto Soderlund, CEO and co-founder of Speechly, discusses what's hard about adding conversational AI to apps
AI and the Future of Work
by Otto Soderlund
2M ago
Otto Soderlund co-founded Speechly in 2016 with Hannes Heikinheimo in their hometown of Helsinki. He believes voice should be a first-class citizen for all apps and making it easy for developers to add voice support from any platform will unlock new innovation. Speechly is a member of the YC Winter 22 batch. Otto and I recently co-presented at the VOICE22 event in Washington DC although I presented remote so this is the first time we’re actually meeting. I heard good things about his talk so I was eager for this discussion. It didn't disappoint. Listen and learn... Why voice is the new app an ..read more
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