Tonya Hall

Tonya Hall is a pioneer in new media broadcasting. She hosted a daily broadcast radio show on social media, worked as a producer for one of the largest tech podcasting networks, and continues to bring compelling guests and stories to tech fans across the globe.

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Going to Mars with VR

Sasha Samochina, Immersive Visualization Producer at NASA/JPL, explains how NASA creates and uses VR and AR to help scientists and engineers understand extraterrestrial landscapes, and previews her contributions at SXSW.

March 14, 2018 by

Uncomplicating blockchain

James Basnett, blockchain & innovation partner at Softvison, explains how blockchain is disrupting retail, makes recommendations on promising applications, and lists best practices when evaluating and experimenting with blockchain.

March 13, 2018 by

AI for musicians: Improving fan engagement

Kristin Westcott Grant, CEO of Westcott Multimedia, discusses her SXSW presentation on the topic of using data and AI to help musicians maximize fan and listener engagement, and how the currently existing data is segmented among different owners.

March 12, 2018 by

Is regulating AI a bad idea?

Andrew Burt, Chief Privacy Officer & Legal Engineer at Immuta, previews his SXSW presentation and reveals why regulating artificial intelligence may be a bad idea, and how organizations are not ready for GDPR.

March 12, 2018 by

Palo Alto's digital transformation journey

Jonathan Reichental, CIO for Palo Alto, CA, talks about the city's digital vision, gives examples of the challenges cities face in the areas of citizen mobility and the environment, and discusses the steps Palo Alto takes to preserve citizen privacy in the face of mass data collection.

March 5, 2018 by


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