#10 – Kate Nadolny on Human-Centered Innovation
In AI Simplified Episode 10, Kate Nadolny and Amjad Hussain discuss Human-Centered Innovation.
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1:51 Retail Industry Innovation & Resilience, COVID Impact
4:25 How can the retail industry plan and forecast?
6:38 What Supply Chain capabilities are needed in the retail industry?
11:09 Future ways of working
13:29 Hybrid working models in the future
14:57 How are Supply Chains organized in retail industry
17:39 Calvin Klein Underwear
18:54 Data accessibility & data trusts
25:10 Visibility tools & how to increase business intelligence
29:58 AI & using logical data sets
33:43 Shiny vs. simple AI methods
36:09 Optimization methods & NLP
37:42 Company collaboration platforms & best practices
39:40 Imperfect digital tools & creating a spark with people
41:20 Future role of the Business Analyst
44:09 Developing talent
46:22 Automation & Human-Centered AI
50:00 Post-COVID Globalization
52:54 Wearable Computing
55:56 Health/medical use cases for wearable computing
57:41 Words of Wisdom
58:50 Closing Thoughts
Why a podcast about human-centered AI?
People are either talking about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, deep learning, etc. in a very technical way or not at all. Having studied Computer Science and Advanced Analytics and created an AI – advanced analytics supply chain company, I understand first-hand how valuable the field is, but not everyone does. I want to change that. We can all learn principles of AI and implement them in very practical ways. Whether you want to automate a part of your business or create a new business altogether, AI can help you. My goal through this podcast is to simplify AI.
Calling it a podcast gives you a broad understanding of how we’ll communicate, but the format will be much more engaging than just audio. However, you can listen to AI Simplified like a traditional podcast too.
Founder + Chief Executive Officer, Algo