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The Centre for Research on Architecture and Urbanism (CAU), CEPT University brings a podcast series on 'Architecture in India' for students and the interested, to listen, reflect and self-learn in these uncertain and unprecedented times. The pandemic has impacted face-to-face education, and several institutions have taken to online teaching. The podcast series is an attempt to supplement these efforts by offering learning resources in a bandwidth-friendly format. The series comprises audio e ...
 
Northcentral University Deans, Faculty, and Leadership discuss a wide range of topics with a focus on the higher education community. Tune in to hear from our experts, alumni, students, and faculty: Emerging Trends in Higher Ed (ETHE), our series, Center for the Advancement of Virtual Organizations (CAVO),Center for Transformational Healthcare Leadership (CTHL), and our newly-added series, Virtual Education Support Center (VESC).
 
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are dramatically changing the way businesses operate and people live. The TWIML AI Podcast brings the top minds and ideas from the world of ML and AI to a broad and influential community of ML/AI researchers, data scientists, engineers and tech-savvy business and IT leaders. Hosted by Sam Charrington, a sought after industry analyst, speaker, commentator and thought leader. Technologies covered include machine learning, artificial intelligence, de ...
 
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Today we continue our ICML series joined by Gustavo Malkomes, a research engineer at Intel via their recent acquisition of SigOpt. In our conversation with Gustavo, we explore his paper Beyond the Pareto Efficient Frontier: Constraint Active Search for Multiobjective Experimental Design, which focuses on a novel algorithmic solution for the iterati…
 
Cynthia Hamblin, Director of the Virtual Learning and Leadership Alliance (VLLA) and John Ashworth, Executive Director of Virtual Arkansas share about the history and continual improvement of the National Standards for Quality Online Learning. Released in 2019, these revised standards for quality have been downloaded over 20K times during the COVID…
 
Today we kick off our ICML coverage joined by Virginia Smith, an assistant professor in the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon University. In our conversation with Virginia, we explore her work on cross-device federated learning applications, including where the distributed learning aspects of FL are relative to the privacy techniques. …
 
Today we’re joined by Errol Koolmeister, the head of AI foundation at H&M Group. In our conversation with Errol, we explore H&M’s AI journey, including its wide adoption across the company in 2016, and the various use cases in which it's deployed like fashion forecasting and pricing algorithms. We discuss Errol’s first steps in taking on the challe…
 
We are now entering the next big organizational experiment – hybrid working combined with working from home/anywhere. Employees want to keep the flexibility they enjoyed during the pandemic and companies realize that employees can be productive outside of the offices. As hybrid working is one of the most challenging remote configurations, in this e…
 
NCU School of Education doctoral student, Janelly Garza, is a teacher and advocate for students with Dyslexia and English language learners. In this episode, she shares about her journey at NCU and her research interest in online learning for young students who are English language learners.By Janelly Garza
 
Today we’re joined by Stefano Soatto, VP of AI applications science at AWS and a professor of computer science at UCLA. Our conversation with Stefano centers on recent research of his called Graceful AI, which focuses on how to make trained systems evolve gracefully. We discuss the broader motivation for this research and the potential dangers or n…
 
Today we’re joined by Suchi Saria, the founder and CEO of Bayesian Health, the John C. Malone associate professor of computer science, statistics, and health policy, and the director of the machine learning and healthcare lab at Johns Hopkins University. Suchi shares a bit about her journey to working in the intersection of machine learning and hea…
 
In this interview, NCU's Associate of Director of Faculty Support and Development, Dr. Bloomberg, describes key ideas in her new book, Designing and Delivering Online Instruction: Engaging Adult Learners. Dr. Bloomberg's book was nominated for the 2021 Distance Learning Division Book Award by the Association of Educational Communications and Techno…
 
The major shift to virtual work caused by the pandemic created traumatic disruption and challenges for many organizations around the globe. Employees at every level have had to adapt to the virtual environment and often without proper training, tools, and know-how. In this episode, Melody Rawlings, Director of CAVO is joined by Karin Reed, coauthor…
 
Today we’re joined by a friend of the show Jeff Gehlhaar, VP of technology and the head of AI software platforms at Qualcomm. In our conversation with Jeff, we cover a ton of ground, starting with a bit of exploration around ML compilers, what they are, and their role in solving issues of parallelism. We also dig into the latest additions to the Sn…
 
Today we continue our AI in Innovation series joined by Dan Bohus, senior principal researcher at Microsoft Research, and Siddhartha Sen, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research. In this conversation, we use a pair of research projects, Maia Chess and Situated Interaction, to springboard us into a conversation about the evolution of human-AI i…
 
Join Dr. Barnhart as he interviews Dr. Mickey Fitch-Collins about her experiences as an online doctoral student and career in higher education. Dr. Fitch-Collins is the Interim Executive Director of Student Success at the University of Wisconsin Superior. Her research looks at how higher education institutions can impact and support the self-effica…
 
Today we’re joined by Julieta Martinez, a senior research scientist at recently announced startup Waabi. Julieta was a keynote speaker at the recent LatinX in AI workshop at CVPR, and our conversation focuses on her talk “What do Large-Scale Visual Search and Neural Network Compression have in Common,” which shows that multiple ideas from large-sca…
 
Today we continue our CVPR 2021 coverage joined by Claire Monteleoni, an associate professor at the University of Colorado Boulder. We cover quite a bit of ground in our conversation with Claire, including her journey down the path from environmental activist to one of the leading climate informatics researchers in the world. We explore her current…
 
Dr. Barnhart interviews 2021 NCU graduate Dr. Pascale Koayess. Dr. Koayess is the Academic Specialist for the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC). She discusses her research on self-efficacy and its impact on burn-out and teacher retention. Dr. Pascale also shares insights into educator evaluations, cognitive load, and exper…
 
Today we kick off our CVPR coverage joined by Amir Habibian, a senior staff engineer manager at Qualcomm Technologies. In our conversation with Amir, whose research primarily focuses on video perception, we discuss a few papers they presented at the event. We explore the paper Skip-Convolutions for Efficient Video Processing, which looks at trainin…
 
Today we’re joined by Noam Slonim, the principal investigator of Project Debater at IBM Research. In our conversation with Noam, we explore the history of Project Debater, the first AI system that can “debate” humans on complex topics. We also dig into the evolution of the project, which is the culmination of 7 years and over 50 research papers, an…
 
Today we’re joined by Madhur Behl, an Assistant Professor in the department of computer science at the University of Virginia. In our conversation with Madhur, we explore the super interesting work he’s doing at the intersection of autonomous driving, ML/AI, and Motorsports, where he’s teaching self-driving cars how to drive in an agile manner. We …
 
Today we continue our AI Innovation series joined by Microsoft’s Chief Scientific Officer, Eric Horvitz. In our conversation with Eric, we explore his tenure as AAAI president and his focus on the future of AI and its ethical implications, the scope of the study on the topic, and how drastically the AI and machine learning landscape has changed sin…
 
Today we’re joined by Parvez Ahammad, head of data science applied research at LinkedIn. In our conversation, Parvez shares his interesting take on organizing principles for his organization, starting with how data science teams are broadly organized at LinkedIn. We explore how they ensure time investments on long-term projects are managed, how to …
 
NCU Alumna, Dr. Allison Moore is a Learning Disability Teacher Consultant and an adjunct faculty member at Grand Canyon University. In this episode, she discusses the importance of presence and offers strategies for supporting online students in higher education and in K-12 virtual settings.By Dr. Allison Moore
 
Today we’re joined Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, director at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and of the haptic intelligence department. In our conversation, we explore Katherine’s research interests, which lie at the intersection of haptics (physical interaction with the world) and machine learning, introducing us to the concept of “h…
 
Today we continue our coverage of the AWS ML Summit joined by Chris Fregly, a principal developer advocate at AWS, and Antje Barth, a senior developer advocate at AWS. In our conversation with Chris and Antje, we explore their roles as community builders prior to, and since, joining AWS, as well as their recently released book Data Science on AWS. …
 
Crissy Flake, student in the School of Health Sciences, shares about her experience in the Doctor of Health Administration program at Northcentral University. Crissy shares her background and what inspired her to pursue furthering her education as well her goals of changing the architecture of health administration.…
 
Today we’re joined by Ziad Asghar, vice president of product management for snapdragon technologies & roadmap at Qualcomm Technologies. We begin our conversation with Ziad exploring the symbiosis between 5G and AI and what is enabling developers to take full advantage of AI on mobile devices. We also discuss the balance of product evolution and inc…
 
In this special podcast, Melody Rawlings, Director of CAVO, is joined by Dr. George Manning, esteemed Professor of Psychology and Business at Northern Kentucky University. Dr. Manning is an internationally known speaker, consultant to business, industry, and government, and author of eleven books including highly acclaimed text, The Art of Leadersh…
 
Today we’re joined by Nir Bar-Lev, co-founder and CEO of ClearML. In our conversation with Nir, we explore how his view of the wide vs deep machine learning platforms paradox has changed and evolved over time, how companies should think about building vs buying and integration, and his thoughts on why experiment management has become an automatic b…
 
Navigating day-to-day challenges in the remote workplace can be overwhelming. Listen as John Wengel, PhD student in the School of Business at NCU, chats with Pete Winiarski, author of Virtual Teams that Thrive and learn proven strategies and tips to help you build an effective virtual team.By Pete Winiarski
 
Today we’re joined by Alex Smola, Vice President and Distinguished Scientist at AWS AI. We had the pleasure to catch up with Alex prior to the upcoming AWS Machine Learning Summit, and we covered a TON of ground in the conversation. We start by focusing on his research in the domain of deep learning on graphs, including a few examples showcasing it…
 
Today we’re joined by Sean Taylor, Staff Data Scientist at Lyft Rideshare Labs. We cover a lot of ground with Sean, starting with his recent decision to step away from his previous role as the lab director to take a more hands-on role, and what inspired that change. We also discuss his research at Rideshare Labs, where they take a more “moonshot” a…
 
Effective virtual teamwork begins with having the right tools. Listen as Dr. Khatina Brunson, IT professional and adjunct faculty in the School of Business at NCU talks with Clinton Keith, coauthor of Remote Teamwork Tools, about tools and techniques to help virtual teams overcome challenges and improve team communication and collaboration. Learn m…
 
Today we’re joined by Jabran Zahid, a Senior Researcher at Microsoft Research. In our conversation with Jabran, we explore their recent endeavor into the complete mapping of which T-cells bind to which antigens through the Antigen Map Project. We discuss how Jabran’s background in astrophysics and cosmology has translated to his current work in imm…
 
Today we conclude our 2021 ICLR coverage joined by Konstantin Rusch, a PhD Student at ETH Zurich. In our conversation with Konstantin, we explore his recent papers, titled coRNN and uniCORNN respectively, which focus on a novel architecture of recurrent neural networks for learning long-time dependencies. We explore the inspiration he drew from neu…
 
Join Dr. Broderick, Dr. Gillenwater, and Dr. Kamm as we discuss their research about the experiences of online students completing their dissertations at Northcentral University during COVID-19. Through their interviews and surveys with Dissertation Chairs, this research team found relationships, social emotional support, and adapting research meth…
 
Today we continue our ICLR ‘21 series joined by Allyson Ettinger, an Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago. One of our favorite recurring conversations on the podcast is the two-way street that lies between machine learning and neuroscience, which Allyson explores through the modeling of cognitive processes that pertain to language. In o…
 
Northcentral University's Dr. Kimberley Fatata-Hall discusses sharing and learning from people's lived experiences during COVID-19. Her website, Want, Wish, Need is a unique online opportunity to share your story and read the stories of others. Check it out at https://www.wantwishneed.com/By Dr. Kimberley Fatata-Hall
 
Today we kick off our ICLR 2021 coverage joined by Roberto Bondesan, an AI Researcher at Qualcomm. In our conversation with Roberto, we explore his paper Probabilistic Numeric Convolutional Neural Networks, which represents features as Gaussian processes, providing a probabilistic description of discretization error. We discuss some of the other wo…
 
Today we’re joined by Huiji Gao, a Senior Engineering Manager of Machine Learning and AI at LinkedIn. In our conversation with Huiji, we dig into his interest in building NLP tools and systems, including a recent open-source project called DeText, a framework for generating models for ranking classification and language generation. We explore the m…
 
Dr. Judith V. Boettcher is a nationally known consultant and author on online and distance learning. She's published five books and developed numerous blogs and resources you can find on her website, Designing for Learning Her third edition of The Online Teaching Survival Guide:Simple and Practical Pedagogical Tips with co-author Dr. Rita-Marie Con…
 
School of Education alumni Dr. Gary Walker-Roberts discusses his doctoral journey, indicating the NCU supports and resources helping him to complete his doctorate. From doctoral student to alumni to now Alumni Navigator for NCU, Dr. Walker also shares this progression as well as his latest role to assist other NCU students realize their goal of ear…
 
Today we’re joined by Jacqueline Nolis, Head of Data Science at Saturn Cloud, and co-host of the Build a Career in Data Science Podcast. You might remember Jacqueline from our Advancing Your Data Science Career During the Pandemic panel, where she shared her experience trying to navigate the suddenly hectic data science job market. Now, a year remo…
 
Northcentral University’s Dean of the School of Education, Dr. Andy Riggle, discusses the new Doctor of Education grant opportunity. Listen in to Dr. Riggle as he provides information on how new students can apply for this new grant opportunity to help reduce the tuition cost of the School of Education’s most popular doctorate program, the EdD. NCU…
 
Today we’re joined by Irene Chen, a Ph.D. student at MIT. Irene’s research is focused on developing new machine learning methods specifically for healthcare, through the lens of questions of equity and inclusion. In our conversation, we explore some of the various projects that Irene has worked on, including an early detection program for intimate …
 
Today we’re joined by Mark Riedl, a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. In our conversation with Mark, we explore his work building AI storytelling systems, mainly those that try and predict what listeners think will happen next in a story and how he brings together many different threads of ML/AI together to solve the…
 
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