Author: Tullio Siragusa

Podcast: Creatively Commercializing Self-Driving Technology – What Are The Near-Term Possibilities?

Analysts report that it will likely be another 10 or more years before fully autonomous, self-driving vehicles are viable. Do we really have to wait? — William Santana Li, CEO @ Knightscope

William Santana Li is the CEO of Knightscope. He is an American entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience and has a broad and deep range of expertise gained from several global assignments in the automotive sector and a number of startups. During his career at Ford Motor Company, Bill held over 12 business and technical positions, focused on 4 continents, cutting across each functional area. These positions ranged from component, systems, and vehicle engineering with Visteon, Mazda, and Lincoln; to business & product strategy on the US youth market, India, and the emerging markets in Asia-Pacific and South America; as well as the financial turnaround of Ford of Europe. In addition, he was on the AMAZON team, which established an all-new modular plant in Brazil. Subsequently, he served as Director of Mergers & Acquisitions.

Podcast

Recap: Reggie Yativ and Enrico Palmerino

Welcome to the DojoLIVE! Recap Show
It’s Monday! Let’s get it.

On today’s DojoLIVE! Recap Show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews.
We had 2 shows:

Real-Time Engagement Connects Us Across Borders — Reggie Yativ
From healthcare to the workplace to education and beyond, Real-Time Engagement technology is powering the creation of global communities by breaking down geographical barriers.

The Accounting Alphabet: A is for Artificial Intelligence — Enrico Palmerino
How accountants are supporting 65% more clients with AI.

You can check out all the shows here: https://dojo.nearsoft.com/
Follow Us DojoLIVE!

#technology #culture #innovation #dojoLIVE #livestream

Podcast: The Accounting Alphabet: A is for Artificial Intelligence

How accountants are supporting 65% more clients with AI. — Enrico Palmerino

Enrico Palmerino launched his first startup, ThinkLite, from his dorm room which grew to $8.5M ARR before he graduated. He then invested in SmartBooks joining as their Managing Director, and helped grow the tech-enabled accounting solution from 6-40 employees in 3 years before exiting. In 2015 Enrico founded Botkeeper which built an automated accounting platform using human-assisted machine learning and AI.

Podcast

Podcast: Real-Time Engagement Connects Us Across Borders

From healthcare to the workplace to education and beyond, Real-Time Engagement technology is powering the creation of global communities by breaking down geographical barriers.

As CRO & COO of Agora.io, Reggie Yativ leads the team’s go-to-market and global expansion efforts. At his core, he believes that for Agora, a well-focused strategy around successful use cases and exploration use cases is fundamental to driving consistent growth for the company. Agora plays in the SDKs/ APIs economy empowering developers and helping them go live quickly.

Recap: Smart Tech And Your Home: Building Your Own JARVIS

How to find the best smart devices for your home, car and life.

Mark W. Westlake is the CEO and Founder of GearBrain. He is a veteran digital executive with a proven ability to lead and build successful digital businesses. Over the past 25 years, he has erected a successful track record in the online world. For the past few years, he has built a new innovative data and technology company to help simplify the Internet of Things (IoT) for consumers and small/medium size businesses. The company has a content site, GearBrain.com as well as a patent pending IoT compatibility find engine called The GearBrain. Both help users make sense of the smart devices in their home, car and office. Whether it’s keeping track of the items users have in their home, providing guidance on how each device can work with other smart devices or offering easy to find access to user manuals, setup guides or warranty information, GearBrain is the solution to assist users run your smart home.

Podcast: Smart Tech And Your Home: Building Your Own JARVIS

How to find the best smart devices for your home, car and life.

Mark W. Westlake is the CEO and Founder of GearBrain. He is a veteran digital executive with a proven ability to lead and build successful digital businesses. Over the past 25 years, he has erected a successful track record in the online world. For the past few years, he has built a new innovative data and technology company to help simplify the Internet of Things (IoT) for consumers and small/medium size businesses. The company has a content site, GearBrain.com as well as a patent pending IoT compatibility find engine called The GearBrain. Both help users make sense of the smart devices in their home, car and office. Whether it’s keeping track of the items users have in their home, providing guidance on how each device can work with other smart devices or offering easy to find access to user manuals, setup guides or warranty information, GearBrain is the solution to assist users run your smart home.

Recap: Scott Ford, Randy Wootton, Jeff Kofman

On today’s DojoLIVE! Recap Show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews.
We had 3 shows:

Communication Is Just as Important as Code — Scott Ford
Aligning Sales and Marketing Teams During Times of Change — Randy Wootton
The Accidental Entrepreneur — Jeff Kofman

Podcast: Communication Is Just as Important as Code

The idea of a lone developer coding without social interaction or good communication skills is a thing of the past.

Scott Ford is the CEO and Co-founder of Corgibytes. Scott loves fixing and maintaining existing applications. So much so, that he’s built a team of like minded people to focus exclusively on legacy code projects. Through his business, Corgibytes, Scott helps businesses breathe new life into old code. He calls this ‘software remodeling’.

Recap: Mark Collins, Noah Labhart & Chris Doig

Recap

Today’s recap topics:
1. Can We Cure Cancer With Artificial Intelligence? — Mark Collins
2. Manufacturing And Flexible Capacity Through On-Demand Labor — Noah Labhart
3. Buyer’s Remorse: Why ERP Software Purchases Don’t Meet expectations and how to avoid the problem — Chris Doig

Recap: Danny May & Sumit Khandelwal

Recap

Delivering Smarter Translation — Danny May
Making critical information available to global audiences during COVID-19.

Powering Businesses With People Motivation — Sumit Khandelwal
A journey to building a full-stack motivation and engagement technology company.

Recap: Lachlan McDonald & Shannon Hogue

Recap

Digital Procurement — Lachlan McDonald
How data driven contracts make us more resilient and effective in todays world.

Interview Engineering: Fixing the Broken Technical Interview — Shannon Hogue
The problem with most interviews is that they are deemed as nobody’s job. This company made it theirs.

DojoLIVE! Newsletter

Stay up to date on the latest interviews with luminaries who are creating the future.

Nearsoft, Inc. © 2020 All Rights Reserved.
About Indecomm
Cookie Policy