Baker’s Half Dozen: Episode 17

Baker’s Half Dozen discusses six and a half things in technology.

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In today’s episode we discuss an interesting op-ed about how robots come in peace. Or is that what they want us to think?! We discuss how introducing game theory will lessen traffic jams. We explore the “love/hate” relationship many of us have with the cloud. And lastly…Underpants-as-a-Service? Why not?

We explain all this and more, on this episode of Baker’s Half Dozen… with Matt Baker!

Episode 17 Show Notes:

Item 1: Robots don’t have a “feeling brain.”

Item 2: What is the Prisoner’s Dilemma paradox?

Item 3: Would you implant a Neuralink?

Item 4: A cloud marriage takes work.

Item 5: Are you aware of the “as-a-service potholes”?

Item 6: Is your business model to scale?

Item 6.5: Elastic underpants.

Matt Baker

About the Author: Matt Baker

Matt Baker is Dell Technologies’ Senior Vice President of AI Strategy. Working closely with the Chief AI Officer, Matt partners across the company to understand domain-specific use cases, building, define and standardize future architectures, and integrate AI across the product portfolio. Following his tenure leading the Corporate Strategy Office, Matt was asked to go deep into the world of data science and artificial intelligence, working in partnership with Dell’s senior leadership team to drive Dell’s AI strategy and to make this game-changing technology more accessible for everyone. Matt is an 18-year Dell Technologies veteran. In addition to leading the Corporate Strategy Office for two years, he drove the company’s Infrastructure Solutions Group strategy team for ten. He has also directed the strategy behind Dell Technologies’ Storage business and held a variety of product management responsibilities. Prior to joining Dell in 2005, Matt held a number of diverse roles at Intel Corporation over a 10-year span. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Political Science from McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland.