Episode 23: Steve Cotton and David Regan of Aqua Metals on Recycling Lithium-ion Batteries — Sustainably
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Steve Cotton and David Regan of Aqua Metals, a company focused on the clean and sustainable recycling of metals.
Episode 22: Bill Wishon of Phenix Explains the Present and Future of Real-Time Video Streaming
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Bill Wishon, Chief Product Officer of Phenix, a real-time streaming tech provider. The two discuss the challenges of streaming, what is to come and how Phenix took the delay out of live-feeds.
Episode 21: Dr. Shaun McAlmont, President & CEO of NINJIO, Discusses Cybersecurity
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Dr. Shaun McAlmont, President & CEO of NINJIO, a cybersecurity awareness training company. With top-notch animators and television writers, they’re taking a fresh look at cybersecurity training for employees.
Episode 19: Veteran Actor Lucas Van Engen Chats “We Own This City,” the War on Drugs and Teaching Young Actors
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Lucas Van Engen. Lucas is a veteran actor who most recently starred in the hottest new docu-drama on the planet – We Own This City on HBO Max. He plays the real-life federal prosecutor Leo Wise who prosecuted mass corruption in the Baltimore City Police Department in recent years. Lucas has featured in many shows over the years and founded The Brownstone Class in New York City for aspiring actors.
Episode 18: Aaron Peterson from BurnTable.com Talks About the Coolest Innovation in Bringing Vinyl Records to Lossless Digital Audio
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with with Aaron Peterson. Aaron is the technical cofounder of Burntable, the creator of DropStation. Burntable is the world’s first dedicated site designed to ease the digital preservation of vinyl recordings. If you’re asking yourself if that’s the same as streaming digital music on Spotify or Apple — well it’s not. It’s so much cooler, so prepare for an education on the merging of an analog world to actual high-quality digital sound like you probably haven’t heard before.
Episode 17: Nathaniel Jewell and Recess: How A Former Apple Employee Created the Next Wave of Fitness
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Nathaniel Jewell, founder of Recess.tv, a first-in-category solution that promotes wellness for everyone by creating personalized wellness plans for consumers while empowering creators to run and grow their businesses. Jewell is a seasoned entrepreneur at the intersection of technology and wellness. Most recently Nathaniel was an Apple exec and COO of two successful startups, before starting his first company Dryft.
Episode 14: Martin Speight of Gaimin Talks Gaming in a Blockchain World
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Martin Speight of Gaimin. Gaimin is a pioneer in blockchain gaming and we’ve been chatting with these guys for a couple years as they got their platform up and rolling. Martin is an Experienced entrepreneur and business strategy consultant. Over 28 years of experience in sales & marketing. Founder of specialist online marketing consultancy. Specific experience working with Internet startups developing systems and processes for planned growth.
Episode 13: Col. John Spencer of West Point Talks Social Media in Urban Warfare
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with author and Col. John Spencer on his new book “Connected Soldiers: Life, Leadership, and Social Connections in Modern War.” Spencer serves as the Chair of Urban Warfare at West Point and host of the Urban Warfare Project podcast.
Episode 12: Jason Howarth of Panini Discusses the Sports Card Resurgence and the Role of NFTs
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Charles Warner chats with Jason Howarth. He is the VP of Marketing for Panini America. Warner and Howard talk extensively about the rapid resurgence of the trading card industry and the role NFTs are playing in that growth.
Learn more about Panini America https://www.paniniamerica.net/
Episode 11: Dr. Robert Ambrose Explains the Bond Between Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Dr. Robert Ambrose. He is the chairman of robotics & artificial intelligence for Alliant Group and the former chief of software, robotics & Simulation at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. Dr. Ambrose discusses his time with NASA and offers an in-depth analysis of artificial intelligence and robotics. Could they be the key to solving the labor shortage?
Learn more about Alliant Group https://www.alliantgroup.com/
Episode 10: Charlie Atkinson Talks 25 Years Building The James Webb Space Telescope
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor Corey Noles chats with Charlie Atkinson of Northrop Grumman. Atkinson serves as the chief engineer for the James Webb Space Telescope and has been assigned to the project since 1998. He shares extensively about the product, including the multiple engineering hurdles that had to be overcome for success.
Learn more about Northrop Grumman by visiting https://www.northropgrumman.com/
Episode 9: Chuck Nice Talks Brain Games: On the Road, StarTalk and STEM
On this week’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, comedian Chuck Nice joins us to chat about his new role as host of National Geographic’s Brain Games: On the Road. Comedian, podcaster, actor, and self-professed “science geek” Chuck Nice is a busy guy. His most recent ventures have seen him operate at the intersection of pop culture and science. Nice co-hosts StarTalk with Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, where he provides humorous commentary to aid the insights of the popular astrophysicist, and Playing with Science alongside Gary O’Reilly. But Nice isn’t just there to provide comic relief to a discussion on topics that can be confusing for the 99% of us who are non-scientists; he has a genuine love for the field.
Learn more about Brain Games: On the Road, go to https://www.nationalgeographic.com/tv/shows/brain-games-on-the-road
Episode 8: Generation Z and Changes in Marketing & Advertising with Enthusiast Gaming CEO Adrian Montgomery
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Charles Warner chats with the CEO of Enthusiast Gaming Adrian Montgomery, to discuss how Generation Z is forcing a change in marketing strategies, and how his company played a progressive role in marketing the election.
Learn more about Enthusiast Gaming go to https://www.enthusiastgaming.com/
Episode 7: Former NFL Running Back Merril Hoge, on the SUPERBOWL and Changes in the NFL
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In this episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Merril Hoge, former running back for the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears and current NFL Analyst, talks to managing editor Joe Toppe, about some of the advances in technology that have helped progress the game of football. Merril weighs in with his predictions for this year’s Super Bowl, and what he sees coming for the NFL in a post-covid world.
Episode 6: The Emerging Backyard Scientist with Celestron Telescope’s Corey Lee
On today’s episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor, Joe Toppe, sits down with Corey Lee, the CEO of Celestron Telescopes, the most widely distributed telescope in the world, to discuss how they are bringing science to a backyard near you.
Episode 5: Virus Hunting with Epidemiologist, Christopher Golden from NatGeo’s “Virus Hunters”
On Today’s NEW Episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Managing Editor, Joe Toppe is going hunting … virus hunting; with an epidemiologist and star of the National Geographic series, Virus Hunters, Christopher Golden. Christopher shares some of his thoughts on the current pandemic and where science says GROUND-ZERO could be for the world’s next deadly outbreak.
Episode 4: The future of CES, 5G & More w/ CTA President & CEO Gary Shapiro
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Have you always dreamed of attending CES? On this episode of Innovation & Tech Talks, IPW Editor-in-Chief, Charles Warner sits down with the man in charge of CES, President + CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, Gary Shapiro, to discuss some of the changes coming to CES 2021, an All-Virtual CES. Gary & Charles dig into 5G, and some of the benefits that will be brought fourth with this new technology.
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Episode 3: Crowdsourcing 101 with Crowdsourcing Pioneer Epi Ludvik
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Welcome back to Innovation & Tech Talks, on this week’s episode I&TT Editor-in-Chief, Charles Warner, and I&TT Managing Editor, Joe Toppe, interview a pioneer of the technology of crowdsourcing, Epi Ludvik, CEO & Founder of Crowdsourcing Week and Creator of the BOLD Awards.
On today’s show: learn how you may already be taking part in crowdsourcing activities by major corporations like google, and how crowdsourcing can take advantage of lesser-known individuals to create more innovative solutions to problems.
Check out CrowdSourcing Week at their website – https://crowdsourcingweek.com/
Learn more about the Bold Awards here – https://bold-awards.com/
Episode 2: Social Media Breakdown During the Pandemic
In this episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner talks with Chris Voss, social media influencer and CEO of the “Chris Voss Show.”
Charles and Chris breakdown what’s going on with social media during this pandemic, as well as what trends to watch, what platforms you should use, and how to manage social media in the time of coronavirus!
Watch the episode!
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Episode 1: Jon Lovitz Adds a Hollywood Flair to NINJIO’s Cybersecurity Training
In this first episode of Innovation Tech Talks, Editor-in-Chief Charles Warner talks with Zack Schuler, founder and CEO of NINJIO, and Jon Lovitz, storied Hollywood actor and recognizable voice for nearly 30 years. NINJIO offers a cybersecurity awareness training solution that uses engaging, 3 to 4-minute Hollywood-style micro-learning videos to empower individuals and organizations to become defenders against cyberthreats.
Ninjio teaches organizations, employees, and families cybersecurity keys and how to avoid being hacked, which makes them the first line of defense against today’s increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals.
Visit https://ninjio.com to learn more!