One thing that continues to surprise me is the misinformation around the topic of data privacy and the legal requirements. Especially around hot topics such as the Cloud Act. I’m not an attorney, but I give quite a few presentations and I make it habit to ask who has read the swiss data privacy act or who knows what ISO 27001 governs. I would say the hands raised to these questions is definitely below 10% but everyone seems to have strong opinion about it.
Melisha Ghimere, a 20-year-old computer science student leverages AI in Nepal to help farmers monitor the health and well being of their livestock and to prevent outbreaks of diseases. Her inspiration came from her own experience when her family pretty much lost all their livestock to anthrax.
December is just great, especially when you get an advents calendar. I mean think about it, one surprise every day building up momentum and excitement for Christmas. Many people still believe that AI is up there and only for the very complicated projects and that you need a lot of money to do anything with it. But they’re wrong. This app only cost me $250, see for yourself in this episode.