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The Internet of Things Business Primer: How to Build an IoT Business –
AIX: Designing Artificial Intelligence
IoT Disruptions 2020: Getting to the Connected World of 2020 with Deep Learning IoT
2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles
2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles
IoT Disruptions: The Internet of Things - Innovations & Jobs
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Cognitive IoT With Sudha Jamthe: #AskTheCEO Episode 79
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#AskTheCEO

Cognitive IoT With Sudha Jamthe: #AskTheCEO Episode 79

Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoTDisruptions.com and a globally recognized Technology Futurist with 20+ year mix of entrepreneurial, academic and operational experience from eBay, PayPal, GTE, and Harcourt. She is the author of "2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles" and 3 IoT books, teacher of IoT and Autonomous Vehicles business courses at Stanford Continuing Studies and at DriverlessWorldSchool.com. She enjoys shaping new technology ecosystems and mentoring leaders on digital transformation. She chairs the strategic advisory council of Barcelona Technology School and an Ambassador for FundingBox Impact Connected Cars (H2020) Community. She has an MBA from Boston University. Contact Sudha: Web: IoTDisruptions.com Twitter: @sujamthe YouTube: http://bit.ly/2yh1Epp LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sujamthe/ Contact Avrohom: web: http://asktheceo.biz Twitter: @avrohomg Instagram: @avrohomg INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS: [01:25] What is Cognitive IoT? IoT + AI. [05:22] Cognitive IoT applications in Smart Cities. [06:00] Facial recognition will become our ID. [07:22] Medical applications for Cognitive IoT. [11:03] Cognitive IoT focus is to save lives. Example: Stop treadmill based on multiple data sources which indicate the person is having heart problems. [16:48] Topics covered in Sudha's course. [21:38] Intelligent toasters & refrigerators! [22:38] Pivoting your career to IoT & student success stories. [29:21] Discussion on some of the guest speakers. [30:00] Connected doorbells. [32:20] Blockchain for supply chain - smart refrigerator.
BUSINESS DISRUPTIONS WITH INTERNET OF THINGS
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IoT Community - Internet of Things Community

BUSINESS DISRUPTIONS WITH INTERNET OF THINGS

You are at this conference because you believe in the power of the Internet of Things as things on us and all around us become smart to change how we live our lives. Come join this session to learn what does it take to create a Business Disruption with IoT •Listen to case studies of successful IoT Entrepreneurs who have been able to take IoT Products and make them into successful Business Applications. •What are some on the Disruptions in Wearables, Health, Retail and our very way of life? •What current businesses are being impacted by IoT and who is able to adapt to this transformation and Why? •Get ready to be inspired by the shift coming up on Human Machine with IoT and AI Speaker Sudha Jamthe CEO, IoT Disruptions and Instructor Stanford Continuing Ed School Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoT Disruptions and an entrepreneurial mobile product leader with 20+ years experience building Consumer Mobile and eCommerce Products for Business Growth. She is the author of the book IoT Disruptions and the upcoming new book “The Internet of Things Business Primer”. She hosts a weekly show called “The IoT Show” on YouTube and is an instructor at Stanford Continuing Ed School for the class Building a Successful Business with Mobile and Internet of Things. Sudha is a champion for Girls Who Code and hosts mentor programs for kids at Devcamps and hackathons. She believes that coding is a fundamental skill similar to reading for the future and inspires kids to learn coding with educational programs in schools and corporate partnerships. She has been a venture mentor at MIT and Director at Bay Area Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ Meetups. She writes for TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOm and Venturebeat as a respected technology futurist. You can always find her latest opinions at coolastory.com, LinkedIn Pulse, Periscope and @sujamthe. She is an advisor for Blockchain University and Barcelona Technology School. Session Tags: End-User, Enterprise, Small / Medium Enterprise Mobile, IoT, IoT Business Applictions, IoT Disruptions, The Internet of Things Business Primer, IoT and AI CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Business Line Management Advanced, Intermediate Retail, Manufacturing, Telecom, Healthcare, Consumer, Government / Public Sector, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive IoT Slam 2015 Internet of Things Conference
Connecting AI with the IoT - Panel Discussion at the RE.WORK Connect Summit 2015
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RE•WORK

Connecting AI with the IoT - Panel Discussion at the RE.WORK Connect Summit 2015

The panel discussion took place at the RE.WORK Connect Summit in San Francisco on 12-13 November 2015. https://www.re-work.co/events/iot-sanfrancisco Moderator: Mark Bergen, who will be covering Google and some other related companies, has reported on business and policy since 2010, most recently at Advertising Age where he covered mobile operators, device makers and media. Before that, Mark reported from Bangalore, India, writing about economics and tech for several publications, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Reuters. He is a graduate of the College of Wooster and the University of Chicago. Sudha Jamthe: Sudha Jamthe is a technology futurist, the author of the book IoT Disruptions, and host of The IoT Show. She has more than twenty years of entrepreneurial experience in Digital, Mobile and Internet of Things. She has build products, teams and new business growth at eBay, PayPal, Intuit, AOL, Harcourt, GTE, and BMC Software. She was a co-founder of Coola, where she pioneered advancements in technology with visionary concepts at the junction of social, mobile, and digital media. David Beyer: David is an investor with Amplify Partners, a $125M early stage fund focused on cloud infrastructure, security and data-intensive companies. He began his career in technology as the co-founder and CEO of Chartio.com, a pioneering provider of cloud-based data visualization and analytics. He was subsequently part of the founding team at Patients Know Best, one of the world's leading cloud-based Personal Health Record (PHR) companies. Before joining venture full time, he personally invested in a range of companies, including Teespring, Skycatch, Zymergen, Caribou Biosciences, Change.org and others. Luca: My belief is that intelligent software, based on AI / Machine-Learning, will take over the world, and that Autonomous-Systems, made up of autonomous agents, vehicles, robots and drones, are just around the corner. My focus is to give these machines a human touch and give humans access to their raw power without the hurdles of talking their language. I like to start from real user problems and leverage machine-learning to design solutions that tie software, hardware and sensors and achieve an high degree of autonomy as well as a high level of usability and satisfaction.
The Driverless World, with Sudha Jamthe:  #AskTheCEO Episode 51
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#AskTheCEO

The Driverless World, with Sudha Jamthe: #AskTheCEO Episode 51

Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoTDisruptions.com and a globally recognized entrepreneurial, thought leader at the junction of IoT and AI. She brings twenty years of digital transformation experience from building organizations, shaping new technology ecosystems and mentoring leaders at eBay, PayPal, Harcourt, and GTE. She enjoys building partnerships at the cross-section of industry, academia and emerging entrepreneur ecosystems. She advises corporate and city leaders on regional economic development using technology with a focus on innovation gaps and social equality. She is the author of '2030 The Driverless World' about the junction of Autonomous cars and Cognitive IoT. She is the author of three IoT books, 'IoT Disruptions,' 'IoT Disruptions 2020' and 'The Internet of Things Business Primer' and taught the first IoT Business course at Stanford Continuing Ed School. She is the producer of 'The IoT Show' on YouTube. Sudha is a champion for STEM programs and 'Girls Who Code,' and hosts mentor programs for kids. Contact Sudha: Web: IoTDisruptions.com Twitter: @sujamthe YouTube: http://bit.ly/2yh1Epp Contact Avrohom: web: http://asktheceo.biz email: avrohomg@asktheceo.biz Twitter: @avrohomg Instagram: @avrohomg Phone: +1 (845) 418-5340 Phone: +972-72-224-4449 QUESTIONS FROM THE AUDIENCE: Deidre Diamond, Founder & CEO CyberSN & Brainbabe.org, Boston, MA I would like to know what you think about how to change our work cultures so that these girls who are becoming coders actually enjoy their work. Statistics are showing women are leaving tech :( Jaymie Cutaia, Founder & CEO Jaymie Scotto & Associates, Los Angeles, CA What do you see as the role of the telecom service provider in 2030? Vadim Makhlis, President of Monadnock Ford in Keene, NH and Performance Dealer Products New England Are local and foreign governments prepared for the massive investment in the upgraded infrastructure such as "smart signs" and "smart traffic lights" that may be necessary in order to ensure the safety of passengers and pedestrians in a fully driverless environment? Or do you feel that such an investment may not be necessary at all?" Dr. Louise Schaper, CEO HISA - Australia's Digital Health Society, Melbourne, Australia Unemployment is predicted by those who claim that a massive wave of automation will take up to a third — perhaps more — of jobs in western economies away. This unemployment will no longer be confined to factory floors, but will include consuming service jobs, from your Uber driver, your radiologist, your lawyer — AI and algorithms will replace humans and lead to a new era of widespread unemployment. My question is, is it likely these impending changes will impact women differently to men, in terms of both economic growth and economic empowerment of women? Liz Zalman, CEO strongDM, New York City Someone mentioned to me a few months ago that the way autonomous cars would end up becoming the way to drive was via the insurance companies. That once those cars became safer than human drivers (not too far off), the companies would say, ‘oh, how cute little human, you want to drive? That will cost you 900K/year in your policy’. Thoughts on that? Ken Herron, CMO Unified Inbox, Orlando, FL Hi Sudha. We know a lot of different pieces have come together to make autonomous vehicles happen. From your perspective, what’s still missing? Do you think the “final piece” triggering mass adoption will be technical, regulatory, or something else? Mark Richards, Reverse Mortgage Planner, Fairway Independent Mortgage, Ridgewood, NJ Who do you look up to in the IoT world? Also, were you supported by your family and friends when getting into the tech world? Irma Rastegayeva, CoFounder eViRa, Boston, MA I am interested in your predictions about IoT and AI applications in Health space over the next 12-24 months. Also, I'd like to hear about your views on applications of autonomous vehicles in medicine. I've seen some futuristic renderings of the mobile hospital, etc. - what can we expect in the next 5 years?
The Future of HVAC amd Smart Building Controls : Episode 302 ControlTalk Now
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ControlTrends Smart Buildings

The Future of HVAC amd Smart Building Controls : Episode 302 ControlTalk Now

▶ Check out my gear on Kit: https://kit.co/ControlTrends On this weeks episode of the Smart Buildings Videocast and podcast we explore the changes that are happening right now in Smart Building Controls and take a look out into the future to see what is coming. To explore this topic, we talk to two great guests. Our first guest is a well-known futurist and the second guest is a very successful player in our the HVAC and Building Automation Controls world. The conversation is enlightening and useful. Our first interview is with Future Technologist and author Sudha Jamthe. Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoTDisruptions.com and a globally recognized Technology Futurist with 20+ year mix of entrepreneurial, academic and operational growth experience from eBay, PayPal, GTE, and Harcourt. What to listen for: * How electric cars will be used to power buildings and the grid *What control manufactures need to do to lead the new digital transformation * Ways AI will effect smart buildings and smart building controls * How autonomous vehicles will become the workspaces of tomorrow * Sudha's timeline for when these might happen Our second ControlTalk NOW interview is with Mike Schwan, Total Controls’ Central California Regional Manager, Mike gives us a present time perspective of what is happening in HVAC and Smart Building Controls from the perspective of a very successful distributor of HCAC and Smart Building Controls. What to listen For: * How IOT is changing the roles a controls distributor performs * What does a smart building controls distributor look like * Why your local stocking distributor might be the most critical part of the supply chain * what you need to know about the labor shortage in HVAC and smart building controls.