Episode 12: Essentium – Scaling 3D Printing

Where else will you find a podcast on 3D printing that references cassette tapes and cowboy hats??? In this new episode of our 3D Printing series, we talk with Blake Teipel, CEO and cofounder of Essentium. Blake is perhaps the best person to explain how the success of 3D printing relies on the synergy of...

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Episode 11: MELD – Most Disruptive New Technology

Our journey into the world of 3D Printing continues today with Nanci Hardwick, CEO of MELD Manufacturing Corporation—Last year, MELD was voted the Most Disruptive New Technology Award at the R&D 100 awards. 3D Printing includes a variety of techniques and processes, each with their own advantages and each best suited for a different use. (You can...

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Episode 10: Impossible Objects — Technological Change and Psychological Lock-In

Today’s episode is  a conversation with Bob Swartz, the founder and chairman of Impossible Objects. Although that title does a disservice to his resume. He literally grew up in in the manufacturing business, watching his father figure out how to design and build things; he’s been a consultant to the MIT Media lab, he’s got several patents,...

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Episode 9: Markforged — Breaking Technology Barriers in 3D Printing

For the second episode in our miniseries on Additive Manufacturing, we interview Greg Mark, founder and CEO of Markforged (along with their Director of Communications Trak Lord). Deloitte recently ranked Markforged 10th in their 2018 North America Technology Fast 500 Rankings. Forbes put them on a list of next billion dollar startups.   But the company’s success isn’t the only...

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Episode 8: 3D Hubs — A 3D Printing Primer

In our view, 3D Printing – also known as Additive Manufacturing – ranks up there with Artificial Intelligence as one of “those technologies,” meaning one of those that truly holds potential for fundamental changes in how the economy functions. To say that 3D Printing represents a new way of building things is like saying that...

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Episode 7: Presentr – Pitch Prfect

We shouldn’t judge a book by the cover. But when we meet someone, that’s exactly what we do. Within the first few minutes, we form a strong impression based on how they speak and carry themselves. And when giving a presentation, the quality of the content won’t matter that much if you can’t present it...

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Episode 6: Swytch – How To Incentivize And Verify A Carbon-Free World

What if we were able to reliably record and measure every action that reduces the carbon footprint—and agree on which steps have the greatest impact? Swytch.io wants to make this possible. In this episode, co-founder Evan Caron argues that it all starts (as always) with data

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Episode 5: Graphistry – Graph Analytics In The Cloak And Dagger World

We are inundated by data, in our professional and personal lives. How do we make sense of it, extract the insights we need? An image is worth a thousand words, but can you visualize a complex dataset with multiple variables and scores of datapoints? This is what Leo Meyerovich of Graphistry set out to do, building on his PhD...

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Episode 4: TAFi — Laying the Data Foundations for the Future of Healthcare

Digital innovation promises, literally, miracle cures with precision medicine and gene therapy. But none of them will materialize if we don’t fix the current broken data infrastructure. Kevin Desai explains the challenge, how Tafi is tackling it, and how all this will change your experience at the doctor’s office Click here to listen to the...

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Episode 3: Xometry — Manufacturing as a Service

Randy Altschuler, CEO of Xometry, has created a network of 2400 manufacturers that allows Xometry to deliver custom-made parts on demand. We discuss how Manufacturing as a Service can help reboot US manufacturing through better capacity utilization and greater efficiency.

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Episode 2: Sorcero — Bringing AI Magic to Learning

Fast-paced innovation challenges us to pick up new skills and knowledge a lot more quickly. Listen to our conversation with Dipanwita Das to learn how AI can help spread knowledge faster within organizations, and might eventually become our life-long career development coach. Click here to listen to the episode

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Episode 1: Citrine — AI Meets Materials Science

In our inaugural episode we talk with Greg Mulholland, CEO of Citrine Informatics. Citrine uses Artificial Intelligence to accelerate the discovery and development of new materials–from years to days! Inventing new materials has always been key to humanity’s progress, allowing us to build computers, space rockets, and more. Click here to listen to the episode

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