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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.

Dec 30, 2019

Today we kick off our 2019 AI Rewind Series joined by Zack Lipton, a jointly appointed Professor in the Tepper School of Business and the Machine Learning Department at CMU.

You might remember Zack from our conversation earlier this year, “Fairwashing” and the Folly of ML Solutionism, which you can find at

Dec 27, 2019

Today we close out our 2019 NeurIPS series with Mohamed Sidahmed, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence R&D Manager at Shell. In our conversation, we discuss: 

  • The papers Mohamed and his team submitted to the conference this year, in particular: 
    • Accelerating Least Squares Imaging Using Deep Learning...

Dec 26, 2019

Today we continue our 2019 NeurIPS coverage joined by Daphne Koller, co-Founder and former co-CEO of Coursera and Founder and CEO of Insitro. We caught up with Daphne to discuss: 

  • Her background in machine learning, beginning in ‘93, and her work with the Stanford online machine learning courses, and eventually...

Dec 24, 2019

Today we continue our 2019 NeurIPS coverage, this time around joined by Blake Richards, Assistant Professor at McGill University and a Core Faculty Member at Mila. In our conversation, we discuss:

  • His invited talk at the Neuro-AI Workshop “Sensory Prediction Error Signals in the Neocortex.” 
  • His recent studies on...

Dec 23, 2019

Today we begin our coverage of the 2019 NeurIPS conference with Celeste Kidd, Assistant Professor of Psychology at UC Berkeley. In our conversation, we discuss:

  • The research at the Kidd Lab, which is focused on understanding “how people come to know what they know.”
  • Her invited talk “How to Know,” which details...