Using Data & AI to Create Preemptive and Preventative Recommendations for Athletes with Helene Guillaume, CEO of WILD (MDE284)

Helene Guillaume is co-founder and CEO of WILD, a health tech startup backed by Entrepreneur First, pioneering in creating pre-emptive, preventative care for athletes. Specifically, WILD collects various data inputs and uses AI to help understand your body and provide … Continue reading

The Biggest Brand Disruption In Two Words

What’s causing the most disruption of your brand? Some will point to social media, the mobile phone or other technologies. But it’s not the technologies themselves that are disrupting brands, it’s how they are being used. Moreover, when you look … Continue reading

The Exciting Potential of Artificial Intelligence by Jeremy Waite, IBM Evangelist and Leader of CMO Programme (MDE268)

Jeremy Waite is author of Ten Words, evangelist for IBM Watson Customer Engagement and Global Leader of CMO Programmes at IBM. In this podcast, we zoom in on artificial intelligence. We look at the state of the business of AI, the … Continue reading

Artificial Intelligence + Data Ownership + New Business Model with Nick Oliver at People.Io (MDE260)

Nick Oliver is an entrepreneur, looking at the cross section of artificial intelligence, personal data ownership and business models. He’s the founder and CEO of people.io, a start-up whose purpose is giving people ownership of their data. People.io is described … Continue reading

When You Challenge – You Can Fail And Still Win

Last week, I wrote a post about my experience at the Wimbledon Championships 2017 with IBM and their data center. One of the questions I posed the IBM team was whether we could find and use data with a purpose? Specifically, I was … Continue reading

Making Great Stories From Data – Exploring Wimbledon 2017 with IBM

Wimbledon 2017 will be remembered for many things. Among others, this will include the first British woman, Johanna Konta, to make it to the semi-final since Virginia Wade in 1978. It marked the dramatic return of Ms Wimbledon, Venus Williams, 37, … Continue reading

Perform Like A Champion – How Rugby Can Teach Us Some New Tech Tricks

Role Models Many are the companies that will hire a prior Olympic athlete or World Cup Champion to inspire the troops to greatness. Generally, it’s about finding aspiration and role models. It’s also hopefully about ingesting the “tricks” and “attitude” of … Continue reading

Jamie Riddell – Analyzing Your Social Media Astutely with Birdsong (MDE211)

Minter Dialogue with Jamie Riddell This interview is with Jamie Riddell, with whom I caught up at the LikeMinds Event in Bristol. Jamie is co-founder of BirdSong Analytics, the world’s leading pay-as-you-go social media analytics platform. He is an active … Continue reading

Decoding the Business Trends for 2016 – Bits, Bytes and Bozos

Every two years I like to put out my predictions of business trends — with a heavy marketing bias — for the upcoming year. Reviewing those I made for 2012 and 2014 and now looking at the predictions for 2016, there are some new … Continue reading

Web Summit 2015 – What You Missed At The Last #WebSummit In Dublin

The Web Summit 2015 was held in Dublin under an air of change, dare I say, disruption. The three-day event featured 21 different streams or “summits” as they are called, along with 700 speakers, over 2,100 startups (spanning 17 categories) and … Continue reading