Interviews

Ryan Field: Ingenious Tech Revolutionizing Neuroscience and Neuromedicine – Ep. 191

What if a brain scan was a part of our regular checkup? What if we could detect and prevent diseases like dementia far in advance, with non-invasive tech? Something as simple as just putting on a bicycle helmet? Could we accelerate treatment discovery? Improve patient outcomes? And transform neuromedicine?
Joining us today is the CEO of Kernel, a company based here in Los Angeles that is up to out-of-this world stuff.

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Mike Loos: Aggregating Data to Create a “Digital Twin” for Faster Pharmaceuticals – Ep. 190

Today’s episode feels like pure science fiction. What is a digital twin? How could this help us make better and faster pharmaceuticals? And why is that important? We know that there is so much data about us and our bodies and soon, our brains.
Is there a reality in which we can use data to remove human testing from the process of finding new drugs? How can we use machine learning and artificial intelligence to better understand the data that we have?
But first, what is edge computing? You might not realize it, but every single device you use and every single platform you interact with is storing massive amounts of data somewhere. And the farther away from you physically these data centers are the more inefficient and unsustainable they become.

Edge computing is the idea that we should keep the source of our data closer to where we’re physically located, which is no easy task.

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Tom Frazier: What is “Edge Computing” and How Do We Make It Sustainable? – Ep. 189

Tom Frazier is the co-founder and CEO of Redivider, a company that is making sustainable & responsible edge computing.

But first, what is edge computing? You might not realize it, but every single device you use and every single platform you interact with is storing massive amounts of data somewhere. And the farther away from you physically these data centers are the more inefficient and unsustainable they become.

Edge computing is the idea that we should keep the source of our data closer to where we’re physically located, which is no easy task.

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Travis Rosbach: The Inventor of Hydro Flask® Shares Decades of Business Wisdom – Ep. 188

Do you know those water bottles you’ve seen everywhere? Every single time you go to the airport, it seems like every single person has one? Well, it turns out that that’s called the Hydro Flask, and it was invented by Travis Rosbach.
Today we are going to discuss the unlikely journey and strange path of a true entrepreneur’s entrepreneur. Prior to founding his first company, Travis was a SCUBA dive master, a US Merchant Marine Boat Captain, and a commercial airline pilot in addition to being a world explorer.

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Robin Simsa: The Genius of 3D-Printed Vegan “Salmon” Filets – Ep. 187

Robin Simsa is the CEO of Revo Foods, the first company to sell 3D printed, vegan “salmon” filets – already available all over Europe.
They’re making 100% plant-based seafood to reduce overfishing and relieve pressure on our marine ecosystem.
Robin himself has a PhD in biotech from the university of Gothenburg and Tufts University, and he was also nominated to Forbes 30 Under 30.

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Nicki Driscoll, PhD: Next-Generation Brain Implants as Thin as a Human Hair – Ep. 186

Nicki Driscoll, PhD is a post-doc researcher at MIT, and CTO of NeuroBionics, a company that has developed a new kind of neural interface using microscale, flexible, bioelectronic fibers that seamlessly integrate with the body.
Have you ever seen a fiber optic cable? Imagine a tiny strand that is as thin as a human hair. Each fiber integrates a range of functions, such as electrical, chemical, and optical capabilities to sense and modulate the biological environment.

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Viraj Mane, PhD: Curing Diseases with Human Breast Milk? – EP. 185

Viraj Mane is the co-founder; Chief Scientific Officer at Lactiga, an award-winning, venture-backed biotherapeutics company treating and prevent infections using an unusual but genius method… human milk.

That’s right, Lactiga uses human breast milk to battle even the world’s most dangerous pathogens.

It turns out, some people would benefit tremendously from what’s found in the breast milk of other humans, and if done right, the power of this novel approach is astounding.
The combination of jet engines, exoskeleton, and their patented thrust vector nozzle design allows the legs to fulfill their destined duty – to support and move our body – like a certain heavily trademarked action movie franchise character. You know, what’s his face.

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Guanhao Wu: Building a Personal Flying Jetpack Suit – EP. 184

Joining us today is Guanhao Wu, Co-Founder and CEO of Exovolar. Exovolar aims to augment our main mobility tool, the legs, to make flying as simple as walking.
The combination of jet engines, exoskeleton, and their patented thrust vector nozzle design allows the legs to fulfill their destined duty – to support and move our body – like a certain heavily trademarked action movie franchise character. You know, what’s his face.

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Amber Rivas: Solving the Housing Crisis in LA – EP. 183

Amber Rivas is the President and CEO at Aviva Family & Children’s Services in Los Angeles. She’s dedicated her life to solving the complex housing issues facing major metropolitan areas like LA.

Amber has worked for non-profits her entire career, helping women, children, and local communities with mental health and crisis intervention.
Amber has worked for non-profits her entire career, helping women, children, and local communities with mental health and crisis intervention.Well today’s guest Candice Smith was there, just three short years ago. Today? She has a thriving PR business, and she’s been featured in Glamour, Good Morning America, Forbes, and a lot of other places that are a lot cooler and more influential than this show.

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Candice Smith: From $6 to a Thriving PR Business – EP. 182

Have you ever gone from just a few dollars in your bank account to a thriving business? Or maybe you have less than you’d like in the bank right now, and you’re feeling lost, hopeless, or unsure if there’s any way out for you.
Well today’s guest Candice Smith was there, just three short years ago. Today? She has a thriving PR business, and she’s been featured in Glamour, Good Morning America, Forbes, and a lot of other places that are a lot cooler and more influential than this show.

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