Episode 15: An Interview with Sam Charrington

On this episode we interview the inimitable Sam Charrington of “This Week in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence” fame.

Sam’s passion is helping people deliver, understand and adopt intelligent applications, systems, and technologies, including machine learning & AI, big data and cloud.

Much of his work involves the application of a fortunate super-power: making complex concepts simple, clear, and compelling.

He uses this in his podcast and speaking engagements to help data scientists, developers and enterprise innovators understand what’s here and coming next.

He uses this in his research and end-user consulting to help business leaders understand the implications and opportunities presented by machine intelligence.

He uses this to help podcast sponsors and vendor clients craft content, campaigns and strategies that grow their businesses and better connect, communicate and establish credibility with enterprise innovators and decision makers.

Sam is a frequent commentator on technology and business issues: my columns have appeared in VentureBeat, The New Stack, ReadWriteWeb, and others, and he’s frequently quoted in a variety of publications. Sam has presented at numerous conferences including Data Natives, AI Summit, Future of Data Summit, Interop ITX, Connect Expo Australia, DockerCon and many more.

We are very happy to have had the opportunity to interview Sam, and we hope you had some fun!

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Music for the show: Foolish Game / God Don’t Work On Commission by spinmeister (c) copyright 2014 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/spinmeister/46822 Ft: Snowflake

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