Kenyatta Leal was sentenced to life in prison. With no expectation of getting out, he graduated from college, focused his life on being who he wanted to be, and started freeing himself.
Now he works at RocketSpace.com He's a paid speaker and he sits on the Board of Directors at The Last Mile. Technology continues to change lives, even ones that seemed lost.
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The incredibly inspirational Beena Ammanath, Founder and CEO of Humans for AI joined us in the latest episode of Popping the Bubbl. Beena is an accomplished computer scientist and double patent holder that has been focused on data throughout her professional tech journey, leading to a variety of F100 executive positions managing data, developing business intelligence and leading into big data, AI and looking at data in different ways to drive positive business outcomes.
Beena is now focused on managing the coming AI wave with her initiative Humans for AI which looks to create partnerships between domain experts in the fields that will be first impacted by artiifical intelligence while its still in its infancy. Beena believes now is the time to shape AI how we want it to act and in a way that it wont go rogue which is everyone’s greatest nightmare.
Looking back at history, there have always been changes in how work is done. From the first industrial revolution to rise of the internet, humans have always worried that rising technologies would destroy jobs, but what actually happens is that new jobs are created replacing the old ones.
Vanessa Camones joined us for a 2nd time to talk about the state of the internet, online advertising and more.
Vanessa is the CEO of AnyContext a boutique digital marketing agency that helps clients with their strategic marketing, content and social needs. Vanessa’s been around the tech block and she joined us this episode to wax poetic about some of the most fascinating events of the year, deliver her predictions for the future and generally rant about the state of technology and our Silicon Valley Bubbl.