Podcasting has becoming one of the easiest ways of digesting information in recent years, whether you're on planes, trains or automobiles, you can keep updated with anything you'd like! That said, we thought we would collate some of the top AI & Data Science podcasts for you to keep updated on industry ongoings through this testing time.
The No BaiS podcast, as hosted by Melody Travers, picks the brains of leading ML researchers, discussing their different perspectives on the frontier of AI technology. Recent episodes include Grokking Machine Learning with Luis Serrano & AI and ML in the 2010s - from Science Fiction to Reality. The relatively new podcast has already gathered a significant following and you can see why when you gaze over their guests including, but not limited to, Nikhil Kumar, Carnegie Mellon University, and Saurabh Bagalkar of Arizona State University.
Data Science at Home is a podcast about machine learning, artificial intelligence and algorithms. The show is hosted by Dr. Francesco Gadaleta and includes episodes with leading minds in the field. Having just surpassed 100 episodes, Data Science at Home covers topics including data naivety, reproducible ML in production and more with some brilliant episodes already recorded.
The Banana Data Podcast is said to focus on the latest and greatest developments in Data Science, with both musings from guest hosts and industry experts. Regular hosts Triveni & Will are here to keep you up to date on the latest trends, news, and big convos in data. With episodes twice a month, Triveni & Will keep their 20 minute talks to the point, covering everything you need to know with no rambling. See more on the podcast and all episodes here.
Talking Machines acts as a window into the world of machine learning. Hosts Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence facilitate conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions which can be submitted via the website and their social media accounts. Whilst there are only eight episodes to date, that which talking machines lacks in number of episodes, it more than compensates for by with the masterful discussion on all things Machine Learning.
The Artificial Intelligence podcast (AI podcast) is a series of conversations about technology, science, and the human condition hosted by Lex Fridman. With guests ranging from Simon Sinek to Andrew Ng, Lex invites a variety of experts onto his platform for in-depth conversation and discussion on some of the latest advancements in their field. With over 10 million views on Youtube alone, many will be familiar with Lex's podcast, but if not, it is a certain follow.
NVIDIA use their podcast to connect with some of the world’s leading experts in AI, deep learning and machine learning to explain how it works, how it’s evolving and how it intersects with every facet of human endeavor, from art to science. With episodes released almost every other week, covering topics from Ultrafast Science to Ethical AI tech at Salesforce, it's one to have in your subscription box. Interested in an AI binge? There are over 118 episodes to get started with!
This inclusion will certainly take your Python knowledge to the next level. The weekly episodes cover various topic matters from talking cars with Python to using Python on Windows! The show benefits from a variety of guests including Chris Adams, Jayson Philips, Tim Head and more. With nearly 300 episodes, you may not find a more conclusive listen on Python anywhere else.
Primarily focussed on interviewing data scientists and developers, TWIML covers research, technology, business and culture with leading AI minds. If you have not heard of the TMIML AI Podcast then you have over 100 episodes to catch up on. Join millions of others in listening to host, Sam Charrington, interview some of the brightest minds in industry and academia.
The Women in AI podcast is exactly that, interviews with some of the brightest minds in AI. Recent guests include Rana el Kaliouby, Sara Hooker, Katya Hofmann and more. With over 170 episodes, this podcast focusses on the use of AI in businesses large and small whilst also addressing the need for, and current issues with, diversity in STEM fields.
The Data Skeptic describes itself as your trusted podcast, centered on data science, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. The weekly interviews are held by Kyle Polich, MsC in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Recent episodes include those on Self-Explaining AI with Dan Elton, Self-Driving Cars with Arash Kalatain and Computer Vision with Julia Evans.
The newest podcast on the list, underrated ML, is hosted by Sara and Sean Hooker, ML researcher at Google Brain and Masters in Computer Science respectively. The podcast acts as a platform to discuss their favourite machine learning topics whilst also engaging in discussion with experts on their underrated opinions! You can read more on their ideas here.
The host of Data Engineering, Tobias Macey, refers to the Data Engineering podcast as a new approach to data management. The weekly podcast gives an insight into the projects, platforms, and practices that data engineers, team leaders, and data scientists need to know about to learn and grow in their career. The DevOps Engineering Manager at MIT has recorded over 130 episodes, ranging from Taming complexity to SnoflakeDB.
Hosted by Roger Peng and Hilary Parker, Not So Standard Deviations covers all things data science and data analysis in academia and industry. With over 100 episodes to choose from, Roger and Hilary have established their podcast as a reliable source of information on both the latest trends in AI and as one which is quick to discuss things which might not be all as they seem... Recent episodes on the creation of COVID tracking apps and time series analysis are definitely worth a listen!
Have we missed a podcast which needs to be included? Let me know on [email protected]