Nisha Talagala, CEO and founder of Pyxeda, joins us in episode 4 of the ‘Digital World of Tomorrow’ podcast, the podcast designed to help people in technology roles address the big challenges they face and discuss the key themes across the industry, breaking down stigmas, bringing awareness to issues and challenges, and hear from those at the forefront of change. In this episode, we discuss AI for Business Myths vs Reality.
Episode 4: Nisha Talagala - AI for Business Myths vs Reality
Nisha Talagala, CEO and founder of Pyxeda, chats with Mail Manager's Joseph Soper in episode four of the 'Digital World of Tomorrow' to discuss all things AI: what it is, how it's different from machine learning, the ethics, the cost involved, what the future of AI might look like, and best practices around usage.
Nisha Talagala is the CEO and founder of Pyxeda AI. She is also the founder of AIClub.World which is bringing AI Literacy to K-12 students and individuals worldwide. Nisha has significant experience in introducing technologies like Artificial Intelligence to new learners from students to professionals.
Previously, Nisha co-founded ParallelM which pioneered the MLOps practice of managing Machine Learning in production for enterprises - acquired by DataRobot. Nisha is a recognized leader in the operational machine learning space, having also driven the USENIX Operational ML Conference, the first industry/academic conference on production AI/ML. Nisha was previously a Fellow at SanDisk and Fellow/Lead Architect at Fusion-io, where she worked on innovation in non-volatile memory technologies and applications.
Nisha has more than 20 years of expertise in enterprise software development, distributed systems, technical strategy and product leadership. She has worked as technology lead for server flash at Intel - where she led server platform non-volatile memory technology development, storage-memory convergence, and partnerships. Prior to Intel, Nisha was the CTO of Gear6, where she designed and built clustered computing caches for high performance I/O environments. Nisha earned her PhD at UC Berkeley where she did research on clusters and distributed systems. Nisha holds 73 patents in distributed systems and software, over 25 refereed research publications, is a frequent speaker at industry and academic events, and is a contributing writer to Forbes and other publications.
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