This podcast looks at AI’s impact on how we work and live today.
In this episode host Kate Bevan interviews Lauren Bevan, director of consulting at Ethical Healthcare Consulting. They discuss how AI can address workforce shortages, standardize practices, and enhance clinical decision-making. The conversation covers applications in diagnostics, challenges related to data quality and privacy, and importance of data labelling.
In this episode of AI Interrogator, Zoe Kleinman, the BBC's Technology Editor, talks to host Kate Bevan about the recent AI Summit in Bletchley. Kleinman shares illuminating perspectives on OpenAI's trajectory, examines the role of Sam Altman, and explores the dynamics of opportunism within the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, providing a unique insight into the forces steering the future of technology.
Maggie Philbin, CEO of TeenTech and former presenter on BBC's 'Swap Shop,' 'Tomorrow's World,' and 'Bang Goes the Theory' joins host Kate Bevan as they explore the role that teens play as stakeholders in shaping the ethical landscape of artificial intelligence.
AI is creating challenges and opportunities in newsrooms everywhere. Professor Emily Bell, founding director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School and a leading thinker on digital journalism uncovers the intricate relationship between AI and journalism. Professor Bell talks to host Kate Bevan about unraveling AI's ethical complexities and transformative potential to shape the future of media.
Timandra Harkness, presenter of the BBC Radio 4 series FutureProofing, delves into the complexities of data's role in AI. This conversation with host Kate Bevan addresses privacy concerns, transparency challenges, and the delicate balance required for ethical decision-making in the evolving landscape of artificial intelligence.
Discover how businesses are actually using AI. Senior Principal Technology Architect Shamala Sadananda gives host Kate Bevan an insider’s view of multimodal AI models, practical applications of AI, and ethical considerations.
European companies are working with generative AI to build tools and services. Managing Director of Infosys Consulting in Germany, Ann-Kathrin Sauthoff-Bloch, and host Kate Bevan discuss the cautious approach of European businesses towards AI due to regulatory concerns.
Learn how companies are deploying AI, the technologies being used and the sectors that are embracing it. Mona Dash manages AI and automation practice sales for Infosys in Europe. In this conversation with host Kate Bevan, Dash highlights the growing interest in generative AI and its applications in software engineering, customer experience, and contact centers.
Professor Lilian Edwards of Newcastle University joins host Kate Bevan of the Infosys Knowledge Institute to discuss where we are with regulating AI and the challenges in getting the global community on board.
Dr. Kate Devlin, author and academic at King’s College London, joins host Kate Bevan, Infosys Knowledge Institute Senior Editor, with a concise look at AI's societal impact. The episode covers responsible AI, the ethics and human impact of AI while touching on hidden labor, supply chain, and AI's challenges and benefits in healthcare as well as concerns about AI’s threats to data privacy.
Infosys cybersecurity expert Amber Boyle joins host Kate Bevan, Infosys Knowledge Institute Senior Editor, to discuss how AI can help security professionals get to grips with emerging threats. Amber and Kate also talk about the threats AI itself poses and how businesses should navigate this fast-changing landscape.
Ethical AI is an urgent and hot topic as we try to stay ahead of this fast-evolving technology. Rajeshwari Ganesan, one of Infosys’s leading experts on machine learning and AI, joins host Kate Bevan of the Infosys Knowledge Institute to discuss the importance of human oversight and governance in building responsible AI.