Are you wanting to learn more about computer vision ? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best computer vision podcasts of 2021.
We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.
We are always keen to hear your feedback, if we have missed a podcast, tweet us @MagazineWelp and we will check it out!
Best Computer Vision Podcasts 2021
Daily Arxiv Radiostation
- Publisher: Hang Chu
- Total Episodes: 1435
Daily podcast on cutting-edge research papers of computer science. (AI-related) Categories: Machine Learning; Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition; Computation and Language; Robotics;
- Publisher: Experian
- Total Episodes: 142
Experian’s DataTalk is a fun show featuring data science leaders and technologists from around the world. We talk about artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, data visualizations, data ethics, data philanthropy, and much more. Hosted by Mike Delgado
Analytics Exchange: Podcasts from SAS
- Publisher: SAS
- Total Episodes: 32
Curious about how analytics, AI and machine learning are impacting your business, industry, function or organization? Or how to operationalize your analytics to get better insights and more value from your data and investments? Then tune in to the SAS Analytics Exchange as we exchange ideas ranging from computer vision to smart cities to AI & data for good and beyond.
The Robotics Engineering Experience by RE2 Robotics
- Publisher: Travis Schneider
- Total Episodes: 9
In the world of mobile robotics, you can do three things: 1) Move through the world. 2) Perceive the world. 3) Interact with the world. Hosted by Travis Schneider, business development manager at RE2 Robotics, The Robotics Engineering Experience tackles insightful discussions about the technology breakthroughs occurring in the field of robotics, including the application of autonomy, AI, machine learning and computer vision to mobile robotic arms. We also discuss the past, present and future of RE2 Robotics, and how defense robotics are being used to keep military personnel out of harm’s way.
The Cat Ate My Source Code
- Publisher: Azam Abdulkadir, Ben Koch, Collin Cierlak
- Total Episodes: 7
Hosts Azam Abdulkadir, Ben Koch, and Collin Cierlak, software / data engineers at the computer vision company GumGum, discuss topics from prominent software engineering publications and explain how they can be applied to your daily workflow.
- Publisher: CoinGeek
- Total Episodes: 114
CoinGeek Conversations is a weekly podcast update on the thriving BitcoinSV ecosystem – for beginners as well as those already deeply immersed in it. CoinGeek’s Charles Miller meets entrepreneurs, technologists and businesspeople to ask about their work and their visions for the future. You don’t need to be an expert in computer science or business studies. But you do need an appetite to learn about the most exciting new technology of our time.
The Corepreneur Podcast with Dr. Anne Arvizu
- Publisher: Anne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC
- Total Episodes: 15
Calling all Corepreneurs! Dr. Anne is interviewing today’s top recognized entrepreneurial executives and visionary leaders, especially in Healthcare, who lead mission-driven businesses aligned with their core values. Corepreneur’s harness their inner guidance to create sustainable businesses that heal and change the world. The body, mind, spirit systematic approach to work-life balance that she developed is the key. Corepreneurs know when to rest and when the winds tell them to set sail. Life can feel like a blur. We are all constantly bombarded with work and media, and we were never equipped to fight against the supercomputer, AI technology or stay connected 24/7/365. As a result of trying to pedal faster, burnout is at an all-time high, and billions of dollars are spent on stress related illness, including auto-immune and cardiovascular disease, mental health issues and time lost from work. Great leaders know how to disconnect and re-calibrate. Dr. Anne Arvizu spent over 23 years as a Big Pharma global executive and now she is creating a movement of C-O-R-E powered leaders who are Centered, Open, Resilient and Energized. We’ll gather the relatable stories and success secrets of our vetted guests here. Please share this show with someone it might help and reference us on social media with #COREPRENEUR
Dell Edge and IoT PowerChat
- Publisher: Edge & IoT PowerChat
- Total Episodes: 45
A podcast series where you hear from the experts on Edge, IoT, Safety and Security, and Computer Vision technologies.
AI for Entrepreneurs
- Publisher: OpenCV
- Total Episodes: 10
A podcast by and for AI entrepreneurs. We interview successful entrepreneurs in the field of Artificial Intelligence to understand what it takes to get an AI startup up and running. The podcast is produced by the OpenCV team – creators of the most popular computer vision library in the world.
GRIT with Simon Shi
- Publisher: Simon Shi
- Total Episodes: 2
In this podcast, Simon Shi, a senior swimmer at Virginia Tech, takes you behind-the-scenes of his YouTube channel and shows you what it takes to be a NCAA Division 1 student-athlete studying Computer Science. Join him as he discuss his daily workload, struggles, obstacles, and successes he had while swimming in college.
Deep Neural Notebooks
- Publisher: Mukul Khanna
- Total Episodes: 11
Deep Neural Notebooks is a podcast where I like to discuss topics ranging from Deep Learning, NLP and Computer Vision to Neuroscience and Open Source Software, through conversations with experts about their thoughts on the state of their specialisations, how things fit into the bigger picture, their journey so far and the road ahead. I believe that it is through conversations like these that we can boil down the essence of vast resources of knowledge and expertise into more consumable bits that can enrich our understanding of concepts and technologies that are shaping our world.
The Inside Trac
- Publisher: Tractable
- Total Episodes: 1
The Inside Trac by Tractable examines accident and disaster recovery, where experts discuss the use of technology and computer vision in helping the world recover faster from accidents and natural disasters.
The Significant Bit
- Publisher: stanfordwicspodcast
- Total Episodes: 5
Tech is everywhere—so we’re here to talk about the big picture. Join Stanford Women in Computer Science in conversations with tech visionaries to learn more about the world of computer science and beyond.
The UPStarts Podcast
- Publisher: Zain Raza
- Total Episodes: 193
Plato once said the purpose of life is to gain knowledge. But what will happen when we give it? Join Zain Raza, a Computer Science undergrad, as he follows up with the latest news, debates, and vision behind the artificial intelligence that is rapidly changing society as we know it. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upstarts/support
Chai With Sidd Ahmed
- Publisher: Sidd Ahmed
- Total Episodes: 33
Grab a warm cup of your favorite tea with aromatic spices and herbs and listen to Sidd Ahmed share his philosophies, advice, and stories that he’s gained over the years in his journey of awesomeness. Sidd Ahmed is the Founder and CEO of VDart Group, one of the fastest growing group of companies in the US. He was raised in Trichy, a small city located in Tamil Nadu (India), and later moved to Bangalore for his further education in computer science engineering. He largely attributes his success to his parents who according to him, gave the ‘Gift of Education’, that has taken him to newer heights. Sidd’s vision is to recognize dreamers and empower them to dream bigger.
- Publisher: Jason
- Total Episodes: 32
Frequency 13 a magical part of the invisible spectrum where the 70s and 80s come alive. The show explores Generation X’s collective memories. We lived during the peak of Television popularity, the beginning of the personal computer and video game era. We had it all, and we, the great citizens of Generation X, have chosen a more measured response to the world. Join me as I explore the toys, food, television, games, events that collectively is our popular culture. Come on in; it’ll be fun!
We Talk Data
- Publisher: Al Shanmugam
- Total Episodes: 6
We Talk Data podcast brings together the latest tech news especially around data. We go over the news and discuss them in depth, bringing the knowledge of professionals across the world. We talk about data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, data visualizations, data ethics, data philanthropy, and much more. Come take a listen and figure out what’s going on in the world! Hosted by Al.
Random Access Television
- Publisher: Zach & Nas
- Total Episodes: 10
Zach and Nas bring you a new podcast about old television shows! From the mega hits to the ultra obscure, each installment of Random Access Television will be packed with history, anecdotes, and analysis of classic TV episodes. We use our vintage supercomputer to take you on a journey of the wild and weird.
The King’s Podcast
- Publisher: Willyann King
- Total Episodes: 6
Have you ever wondered what to watch and why? Do you find yourself being overwhelmed by the endless sea of options on your television and computer screens? Well, let this podcast put your mind at ease. Each week I breakdown films and television shows that have gained my attention. Highlighting the good, the bad and the unforgivable. In every episode the subject will be discussed from a critical race theorist perspective and the female gaze.
- Publisher: Dr. Ro & Drew Stinnett
- Total Episodes: 24
Dr. Rochelle Newton and Drew Stinnett’s Podcasts examine current and emerging technologies through the lens of diversity and equality.About Rochelle and Drew:Dr. Rochelle Newton is an Assistant Divisional Chief Operating Officer (IT) for Duke University Health Technology Solutions. She holds a doctorate in Higher Education with a concentration in Leadership. Dr. Newton has worked in IT since 1977 in both the private and public sectors. As technology has evolved, she had developed an analytical perspective of technology at the intersection of education and race. She founded Newton Advocacy & Strategic IT Consulting (NASITC). NASITC is a diversity consulting firm. Our work is to simply changethe narrative at the intersection of diversity and information technology (IT). Dr. Newton’s diversity philosophy includes access, advocacy, equality, opportunity, and productive outcomes for individuals and organizations.Dr. Newton is an avid John Grisham fan (she has read every book he has written). American History is her reading passion. She has been the keynote or paid speaker for numerous events examining the impact of IT within underrepresented groups. Dr. Newton has formed a collaborative group within her organization that brings STEM staff from all across the university together to discuss technology, gender, and race. She also created a small group of women to join in a monthly common purpose – STEM and gender. She serves on the board of several entities where STEM, race, and education are central. Dr. Newton co-chaired Duke’s TechExpo in 2014 and has completed numerous training on diversity, professional development, and emerging technologies. She has developed an interdisciplinary course that analyzes gender, poverty, and race through the lens of technology.Drew has worked in Information Technology for over 20 years, and currently works at Duke University as a Sr. Systems Analyst. While Drews degree is in Theatre, he has a passion for open source technology, and has worked in Information Technology for his adult life. Drew’s areas of focus are Linux, Kubernetes, DevOps, and Security Technologies. If he’s not sitting at the computer, you may find him catching up on the latest horror films!The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer or company.