AI - First ai...d?
AI for learning, self driving cars, can compare radiographs, play chess, social media, use it for podcasting and much more. This are specified AI. It can only do one thing.
Why are we scared, then, when we have already used it for several decades and for so many different things?
Carina and Martin continue their discussion about AI. Listen and read our ai-generated dialogue and the show notes and learn more.
Send us questions to: info AT pik DOT nu, or contact us via Carina's site or Martin's Bio.Link page. You could also contact us on LinkedIn (Carina Ridenius and Martin Lindeskog).
Show notes with links to articles, blog posts, products and services:
- AI helps the pupils (news in Swedish)
- Sam Sethi of Podfans.fm
- "Elevate your Podcast with Vizzy Studio"
- Marly Nilsson on LinkedIn
- The Pizza Chain That Became an AI Front-Runner
- "Welcome to podcast.ai, a podcast that is entirely generated by artificial intelligence."
The episode (7 minutes) was recorded at 1000 Central European Time, on April 6, 2023, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript is generated by Alitu.
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(02:08) Internet search
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(02:41) Podcast workflow
(03:08) Self-driving car
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Welcome to Presentation Skills Q and A. I am Martin Lindesco.Martin:
How are you today?Martin:
I'm doing fine.Martin:
Yes, I'm doing fine.Carina:
It's April and it's April weather.Martin:
Yes, with snow.Martin:
So as you say in New England, if you don'tMartin:
like the weather, wait a minute.Martin:
So hopefully we will spring forward.Martin:
So when we record this, it's also holiday season, you could say.Martin:
Yes, but we wanted to record anyway to have our schedule.Martin:
So this could be one thing that you could use technology for.Martin:
Do something during the holidays and still keep going.Carina:
Exactly. And I like that.Carina:
I really like that.Carina:
The technique should be ours.Carina:
We shall make the technique to be the bestCarina:
hour of ourselves and use it the best way, I think.Martin:
Yeah, you had a thing that we will include in show notes, but we hope we findMartin:
some internationals, but they could translate and see how that works with the tools.Martin:
But there was an article about you could say homework and studies and how you could useMartin:
this technology to have an extra teacher or a tutor or something like that, like help forMartin:
So I see it like that.Martin:
And then we see other things also that we are already using it.Martin:
And you have done some research on that and been thinking and pondering about that.Carina:
Yes, our last episodes we have talked about AI and you and I have talked about howCarina:
much or yes, how much we really use it.Carina:
We are a bit scared.Carina:
Many people are a little bit scared of AI, but we already use it.Carina:
You use it when you search on Google, for example, when you've been on social media likeCarina:
Instagram and Facebook and LinkedIn and so on.Carina:
And also when you choose a movie at, forCarina:
example, Netflix and such things.Martin:
Yeah, that's the algorithm.Martin:
And in a way now something for future.Martin:
But I had an interesting talk yesterday with Sam SETI of Pod fans.Martin:
So we'll talk more about also the process and the production, you could say, and also theMartin:
work with the podcast and see what we could do with that.Martin:
And that Pod fans that will be very interesting for our listeners, for ourselvesMartin:
and for our fellow podcasters out there.Martin:
And there they're using this positiveMartin:
Also how you could find new podcast clips andMartin:
other things like that.Carina:
There are very many positive things about AI.Carina:
It's about self driving cars and you can compare, for example, radiographs and things.Martin:
And also here with our podcast.Martin:
Now you could say Note to self.Martin:
But also for your information, we are using this transcript service that we are using withMartin:
my editing and post production tool, Olitu.Martin:
It's still working and they will develop it.Martin:
So it's interesting to see how that could be helped.Martin:
So we are interesting to get feedback on that.Martin:
But it's also in process and in progress.Martin:
And lately it has been a bit between the tool and the host also.Martin:
But things could happen and they could change.Martin:
But please look at the show notes and theMartin:
transcript and see what you're thinking about that.Carina:
Yes, and the listeners, they could learn many things from our show notes becauseCarina:
they listen and then they can take the articles and read them.Carina:
So you get new influences when you listen to podcasts and look at their show notes.Martin:
Yeah and also impressions like what you have done nicely with images and chaptersMartin:
like visual things.Martin:
So it's interesting how we could develop this.Martin:
And I'm for technology, I'm a technocrat in a way, but I'm also critical if it's falling inMartin:
the wrong hands, so to speak.Martin:
But I was at, you could say a guinea pig orMartin:
test person for a course in this field by MN and I will include her profile in the LinkedInMartin:
and there it was an interesting thing and that was like a big pizza chain.Martin:
And if it was Domino's or if it was Pizza Hut or something like that.Martin:
The biggest assets now was the data collection about the orders and what people wanted toMartin:
have the toppings on the pizza.Martin:
And that was so fascinating to learn.Martin:
That restaurant chain franchise thing had so much data that they could use for other thingsMartin:
and also make good pizza hopefully.Carina:
Yeah, that's interesting, really interesting.Carina:
There are so many things to talk about when it becomes to this AI field and we have a podcastCarina:
which is short and sweet, should I say.Carina:
So we have to continue this process becauseCarina:
you and I, we are often talking about that the human being should take the technique and useCarina:
it the best way and not the opposite way.Martin:
Yeah so I will probably take a bit of time here during the holidays and play aroundMartin:
with it and maybe get some guidance from you also and we could see what the result will beMartin:
to do some fun things.Martin:
We'd ask the chat thing there and otherMartin:
services and see what's coming out.Carina:
Regarding podcasting and the interesting thing about AI and this topic weCarina:
are talking about that it's, it's not new now when we are talking about it, it feels likeCarina:
it's new but it isn't.Carina:
So I think we shall continue this and I wouldCarina:
like to hear some questions from our listeners if they want to discuss something or askCarina:
Yeah, they could send a question to the robot and see what comes up.Martin:
Exactly or contact us.Carina:
Really thanks but nice to talking to you today.Martin:
Yeah and I am going for a little bit of holiday now.Martin:
Yeah, same here.Martin:
So cheerio and talk to you soon again.