3 December 2019
Carlos Aya on mathematical models and using them to solve real problems
In this podcast episode you can learn about:
• the latest methods in statistical analysis (ex. nearest neighbor);
• the exciting R&D being done at HIVERY in developing the world’s first AI trade promotional solution for CPGs and retailers;
• how Carlos (and his team) works through a sophisticated AI model design to solve a customer problem where, given the number of different business goals, product SKUs and constraints, there are more possibilities to solve it than literally the number of atoms in the universe;
• the importance of relationships between data scientists and software engineers (similar to UI designers and software engineers, listen to Luke’s podcast);
• tips to transition from software engineering to data science. Key ingredient: Passion.
• the balance between study and work at HIVERY
30 October 2019
Artem Golubev on engineering and how it influences leadership
Artem Golubev shares his story on becoming a software development team leader at HIVERY. Artem joined HIVERY as a software developer in late 2017, deciding to combine his interest in Machine Learning with the culture of a start-up. Having navigated the corporate space for many years, Artem decided it was time to pursue his interests further in a more fast-paced and flexible environment, where things are done much quicker with less regard for the status quo. Artem believes this allows one to witness results much quicker. When combined with having access to cutting-edge technology, it creates more opportunities to work with the latest and greatest. Artem also belives that start-ups facilitate an individual’s growth due to much broader responsibilities and opportunities to wear multiple hats and learn more.
2 September 2019
Sarah Banek on being a pirate and HIVERY culture
As the Head of People & Culture, Sarah supports the continued growth and development of the Hivery team, integrates structures in place to scale up globally and to support an autonomous, integrated, flexible working environment.
7 July 2019
Ben Henschke on taking HIVERY and AI to Japan
Ben Henschke develops machine learning and optimisation algorithms that underlie Hivery’s flagship product, currently deployed in three continents. Ben also manages the localisation of Hivery’s major product for the Japanese and Chinese markets. In this interview, Ben shares his insights into transferring to Japan to set up the office and build the technical team for Hivery’s Japanese subsidiary.
24 May 2019
Luke Barnes on building AI UX Design
From pursuing architecture to building product design and software frameworks, Luke Barnes shares his insights into building Artificial Intelligence User Experience Design.
13 May 2019
Franki Chamaki on creating HIVERY and revolutionising retail space
From mouse traps to dating apps to single origin coffee, Franki Chamaki, co-founder and COO of HIVERY talks about the creation of the company, his innovative spirit and the need for companies to look at three innovation horizons.
6 May 2019
Between Worlds – Jason Hosking on building the retail AI stack
Podcast with Mike Walsh the futurist and keynote speaker of NAMA 2019.
“I met Jason in Las Vegas while speaking at the National Automatic Merchandising Association show. The vending industry is uniquely placed to be a testing ground for the intersection of data, consumer behavior and autonomous retail solutions. Jason, who is the CEO of AI startup Hivery was originally selected as part of an innovation accelerator organized by the Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta. Tasked to take Coke assets and create a new business model, they came up with an AI platform designed to transform retail decision making. Catching up backstage in Vegas, we spoke about the future of machine learning, and what it might take to build a complete retail AI technology stack”
The original post can be found here: Mike Walsh Podcast