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30: AI-Powered & Sustainable Cities | Apu Kumar, CITYDATA

Data For FutureDec 16, 2020

51: Trackable and Sustainable Urban Mobility| Fabien Sauthier, MotionTag

51: Trackable and Sustainable Urban Mobility| Fabien Sauthier, MotionTag

Transportation accounts for almost a quarter of the green house emission in Europe. When we are envisioning a sustainable city of the future, we cannot ignore the importance of urban mobility. While searching for ways of optimising our transportation system, we first need to be able to track and measure how people move within the city on the daily basis. MotionTag is a company that measures in real time in detail how individuals travel around cities. Listen in our conversation with Fabien Sauthier, the COO at Motiontag, to learn more!


🚎 Mobility Impact

📍Fabien Sauthier


Jan 19, 202249:39
50: Our Data Journey | Meet the Hosts Pavlo & Tammy

50: Our Data Journey | Meet the Hosts Pavlo & Tammy

This is a special edition to celebrate our 50th podcast episode. Along the journey of creating the podcast, Tammy and Pavlo have gained much knowledge in the data and sustainability field. Meanwhile, they are also growing their careers as data professionals and data leaders.

This is an episode for us to introduce who we are, our inspirations and motivations for the podcast, and our intention to create a community. Moreover, we introduce our data journey- how we got into data and how we are navigating and growing our careers.  We hope to shed some light for people working in the data field or anyone who wants to start a data career.

With the hope of growing the community, we also encourage you to engage and chat with us. Leave a feedback with our Typeform on the web, or drop us a message from Linkedin or email. We are looking forward to what you have to say!

PS: Special thanks to our interviewer for the episode Alexis Bocuze, who is also an inspiring data professional who came up with this fun interview content. He is currently working as the Head of Data at Le Petit Ballon.For the first time, the podcast hosts Tammy and Pavlo are not interviewing but being interviewed!

Resources & Links:

Omdena StatsQuest Python from Zero to Hero udemy Locally Optimistic Platanomelon Le Petit Ballon
Dec 15, 202101:15:47
49: Solar Panels Cleaned by Robots | Felipe Urrutia, Inti-tech

49: Solar Panels Cleaned by Robots | Felipe Urrutia, Inti-tech

We often hear about new installations of solar panels that make renewable energy transition real. But how often do we hear about the importance of keeping solar modules clean? Dirt and soiling can lower the performance of solar panels by as much as 50%! 

Inti-tech is a startup that was created to address exactly this issue in the country with one of the favorable locations for solar energy, Chile. With help of autonomous and semi-autonomous robots, they offer on-demand cleaning services for both residential and industrial solar installations. And they clean them with no water consumption!

Dive in with us into this interview with Inti-tech's CCO, Felipe Urritia!


☀️ Inti-tech's LinkedIn

🔋 Inti-tech's website

🇨🇱 Chile's energy country profile

Nov 30, 202139:53
48: Sustainable Building on Demand | Andrés Perales, Designable

48: Sustainable Building on Demand | Andrés Perales, Designable

Have you ever wondered about the carbon footprint of the buildings we work and live in? As buildings are responsible for more than 40 % of global energy used, and as much as one-third of global GHG emissions, the potential impact of building energy use optimization is huge.

Designable, a company that offers sustainable building on demand, is disrupting the traditional real estate industry to drive for change. The CEO Andrés introduces us how sustainability can be weaved into the real estate industry, anywhere from construction material selection, to building design, and to energy usage. 



Nov 17, 202137:44
47: Blockchain for SDGs | Carlos Gómez, Belobaba

47: Blockchain for SDGs | Carlos Gómez, Belobaba

Cryptocurrencies are still gaining popularity. The total cap of the crypto asset market has reached $2.3 trillion, making it larger than the market capitalization of any company and possibly any asset except for gold. El Salvador has even made Bitcoin an official legal currency in the country. Meanwhile, what role is crypto playing in terms of sustainable development? And what are the uncovered use cases of blockchain that could move us in the direction of an environmentally clean and socially just future?

In our last episode on cryptocurrency and blockchain, we discussed EthicHub project in particular, whose founder discovered an awesome opportunity to make the world a better place through this technology. This time, we speak about blockchain more generally and develop a more holistic and global conversation around crypto with Carlos Gomez, the Chief Investment Officer at Belobaba crypto asset fund. Join us to unravel the power of blockchain for sustainability and find out how crypto can be useful for you personally even if you’re relatively new to the topic.


📢 El Salvador makes bitcoin a legal tender 🎓 Anthony Pompliano (learn about crypto) 🎓 Coin Bureau (learn about crypto)
Nov 03, 202135:27
46: Shaping the Next Generation of Women Tech Leaders | AllWomen

46: Shaping the Next Generation of Women Tech Leaders | AllWomen

According to Statista, in 2020, about 25% of GAFAM’s employees are female, and only 20% of the leadership positions are female. Facing such a gender gap in tech and leadership, we are shifting our lens to the Allwomen Campus, where the reshaping of the next generation of female tech leaders is taking place. Laura Fernández, CEO and co-found and Idoia Martí , the Data Science Lead of AllWomen are joining us today to introduce what they are pioneering with AllWomen, how the campus dynamic is like, and the paths women can take to start and excel the data career.

Oct 20, 202127:38
45: Democratizing AI | Korey Stegared-Pace, Peltarion

45: Democratizing AI | Korey Stegared-Pace, Peltarion

Building AI models is still a VIP fiesta that is only reserved for somewhere between 0.002% and 0.02% of the global population looking at how many data scientists are out there. What if everyone could build a machine learning model to solve their personal and/or business problem with NO code at all? That’s already happening, my friend, and Peltarion is one of the pioneers enabling this revolution!✊

Korey Stegared-Pace, an AI Developer Advocate at Peltarion, is sharing his amazing insights about this data riot and it looks like opportunities are endless.

With us all using AI on a daily basis without even knowing it, isn’t it democratized already? What will the world look like when just as many people build AI models through platforms like Peltarion as building web pages through WordPress? And are Data Scientists going to disappear?!


🎙️The Maikers Show:

🤖Peltarion’s website:

👨‍🎓Intro to AI slides:

💡Ethical AI: (episode mentioning the example of Barack Obama turned white by an ML algorithm)

Oct 06, 202138:38
44: Growing a Data Career | Alexey Grigorev, OLX
Sep 22, 202141:12
43: Ethical Investment Made Easy with Blockchain | Jori Armbruster, EthicHub

43: Ethical Investment Made Easy with Blockchain | Jori Armbruster, EthicHub

Our current financial system is far from perfect and one of the biggest issues with it is that it leaves aside about a quarter of humanity, 1.7 billion people! With the arrival of blockchain and DeFi (decentralized finance), there is a big hope that this technology will create a more fair, inclusive, and efficient financial ecosphere.

One of the pioneers in the field is our guest
Jori who created Ethichub, a company that makes socially responsible investment easy and secure, eliminating major barriers to capital flow through the use of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and a so-called peer-to-peer crowdlending. It connects people in developed countries that want to invest their money in a socially beneficial and profitable cause with solvent farmers around the globe and creates a win-win situation where farmers pay less interest and investors receive more returns.

How exactly does it work? Is this investment risky? How do you approach farmers with something as fancy-sounding as “blockchain peer-to-peer crowdlending”?! All this and more in this episode, so tune in!

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Jori's LinkedIn:

Join our team:

Sep 08, 202133:10
42: Product Carbon Footprint | Simon Hohenadl, ClimatePartner

42: Product Carbon Footprint | Simon Hohenadl, ClimatePartner

Every EU citizen generates around 8 tons of carbon emission yearly. But to limit global warming to 2 degrees we need to lower it to just 1 ton. As individuals, our daily consumption decisions accumulate our carbon footprint. When purchasing a product, how can we learn about its environmental impact? What is a reasonable amount of carbon emission for each kind of product?  ClimatePartner, a carbon neutral label, is the solution that identifies how much carbon emission is produced with each product and what are the projects involved to offset them. Today, the CTO Simon Hohenadl is here to introduce us how ClimatePartner helps companies calculate their carbon footprints and offset their emissions, and how consumers can be empowered to make informed purchases with zero carbon footprint.





Data jobs at ClimatePartner:

  Data Specialist

Barcelona Berlin Munich

  Senior Data Engineer

Barcelona Berlin Munich
Aug 25, 202135:35
41: Ethical AI | Gemma Galdon-Clavell, Eticas Consulting
Aug 18, 202148:11
40: Data Powered Circular Fashion | Maddi Eckert, Trove

40: Data Powered Circular Fashion | Maddi Eckert, Trove

The fashion industry accounts for about 10% of global carbon emissions. While consumers are busy filling up their wardrobe with new seasonal fashion items, there are companies looking to bring unused or underused items back to the shelf. Trove is the circular engine that enables sustainable brands like Patagonia, REI, Levi’s and Lululemon to take back items from customers’ closets. Join the conversation with Maddi, the Data Analyst from Trove, to discover how data is powering up Trove’s sustainable fashion impact at scale.


Ellen Macarthur Foundation

Locally Optimistic

Fashion Industry

Locally Optimistic Slack


Jul 28, 202141:16
39: Making Documentation Sexy | Juan Luis Cano, Read the Docs

39: Making Documentation Sexy | Juan Luis Cano, Read the Docs

Coding is cool, but badly documented codes are not. Although documentation at first glance does not seem to be the sexiest task for developers and data scientists, it is ultra essential for any project to scale and for further collaboration. Juan, the developer advocate of Read the Docs, is here with us today to introduce why we should think about documentation as an empathy, what are the tools to enable simple and clear documentation, and what are the principles to abide when documenting. Furthermore, we also touched upon the importance of open-source community, diversity in tech, and data ethics. Listen in!




Related Resources-

-Why you should document your work as a data scientist

-Surveys about documentation

Digital Ocean
State of API
Technical Communication
Developer Documentation Trends

-Diátaxis Framework for documentation

- Readme Checklist

Jun 09, 202147:45
38: Open Government & Open Data Barcelona | Carles Agusti i Hernandez
May 26, 202150:56
37: Intersection between Data and Management | Javier Granda, Glovo

37: Intersection between Data and Management | Javier Granda, Glovo

Further growing your data career into leadership position is a path with many new dimensions. In this episode, we chatted with Javier on his journey from an individual data contributor to a product data team manager. How did he connect his business background with the world of data? What are the challenges of leading in areas unfamiliar? How did he manage to keep up his growth with the fast growing company? Listen in to find the answer!

Speaker Bio:

Javier is the Data Manager for Glovo, in which role he leads a team of Data Scientists, Data Analysts and BI Engineers working in partnership with engineering and product teams to help deliver impactful and performant product features. He is also a lecturer at Bdata Institute teaching Behavioral Analytics.

Prior to his data career, he was an entrepreneur who co-founded the company Cine Pass. Cine Pass is a Companion App for Movie Lovers in Latin America which reached +500.000 MAU in 9 countries in Latam.


Farnam Street podcast 

Coded Bias

Locally optimistic


May 12, 202137:58
36: ML Ops: Data Models into Production | Adria Salvador, Glovo

36: ML Ops: Data Models into Production | Adria Salvador, Glovo

“Only 22 percent of companies using machine learning have successfully deployed a model”.( ) Why such a big gap between machine learning model development and production? What are the big challenges and how are they being solved?  Adrià Salvador,  lead of the Data Science Productivisation team at Glovo, is here with us today to share his tricks and tips in the field of ML Ops. From his honest revelation of personal experiences, we see the challenges leading a team to productionize data science directly into the company’s operation.  Other than real case references,  Adrià also introduced concepts of best data science practices, machine learning model production pipeline in Glovo, and open source tool packs for us to add to our next learning list. Don’t miss the opportunity and listen in!

Speaker Bio:

Adrià Salvador Palau (Barcelona, 1990) holds a BSc and MSc in Physics. He also holds a PhD in Engineering from the University of Cambridge. 

In his PhD, Adrià developed distributed machine learning architectures to predict failures in large fleets of industrial machines. Adrià’s research focused both on the technological and economical challenges of implementing these technologies in industrial scenarios.

He joined Glovo two years ago to work as a Data Scientist. Since then, he has been promoted to lead the Data Science Productivisation team at Glovo. His team has the responsibility of speeding up productivisation of machine learning models in glovo and helping determining MLOPS best practices within the company.


MLOPS by google MLOPS in Towards Data Science Deep Learning by Goodfellow Umap Paperswithcode Poetry
Apr 28, 202148:57
35: Personal Branding as Data Scientists | Admond Lee

35: Personal Branding as Data Scientists | Admond Lee

Stepping into data science is an exciting decision, but how do you stand out among peers and plan for your career trajectory? Even after being a data scientist for many years, how do you break the ceiling and further explore your growth potentials?

Admond Lee gives us a tour on how he went about developing his own image and brand as a data scientist- how he started with publishing in Medium and Toward Data Science, to teaching data science personal branding courses, to speaking at meetups and events, and to seeking mentorship... Oh, wondering how routines like meditation and cold showers intertwine into a data scientist's life? We also got answers for you. Listen in!

Show notes:

Book- Statlearning

Book- Hundred page machine learning book

Marketing Attribution Website

Mar 24, 202139:50
34: AI Against Global Diseases | Eduardo Peire, AI Scope

34: AI Against Global Diseases | Eduardo Peire, AI Scope

Website of AI Scope:

Eduardo’s LinkedIn:

And email:

Taking into account the current COVID pandemic, it is easy to oversee the persisting impact of other infectious diseases in the world. Nevertheless, malaria alone continues to take over half a million lives each year, along with other spreading diseases that need to be taken care of. Diagnosis, the first step of the cure, turns out to be very expensive and sometimes impossible to carry out in developing regions, especially in rural areas. Microscopic blood tests are expensive and there’s a clear lack of trained staff to perform analyses.

Eduardo Peire, the Founder and the Head of Innovation at AI Scope, has found a brilliant application of AI to serve a higher purpose. He and his team are developing an app, powered by computer vision Deep Learning algorithms, that by connecting a phone to a microscope can automatically detect infectious diseases and confirm a need for further diagnostic. This allows to drastically reduce the cost and increase the scale at which diagnoses can be performed. However, the application does not exclude humans from the process and serves as a collaboration tool between the human and the machine. The algorithm is used to filter out people who certainly are not infected, to allow more resources and time to be allocated for people who really need it.

Tune in with us in this discussion with Eduardo where he explains how the idea was born, how he gathered resources to power the non-profit project, and what humbling learnings he and his team have encountered on their way.


Looking for data-powered solutions for your business problems? We are here to help you with data cleaning, analytics, and machine learning:

Mar 10, 202139:32
33: Data Science in Marketing, and Women in Data | Alicia Horsch

33: Data Science in Marketing, and Women in Data | Alicia Horsch

Data Science in the world of marketing. How does marketing effectiveness get measured? How do we develop metrics and models to shape decisions? Is data science really science?
Join our conversation with Alicia to talk about her experience working as a data science in Social Point. We explore when fancy algorithms meet reality, how challenging it is to deliver and translate data insights to stakeholders, as well as where shall we draw the line between data asset and user privacy.
Also don’t forget to connect with the Women in Data Community!
Feb 17, 202153:44
32: print('hello light') Data Science In Renewables | Pablo Rosado, Holaluz

32: print('hello light') Data Science In Renewables | Pablo Rosado, Holaluz

Holaluz is a renewable energy provider in Spain and today their Sr. Data Scientist Pablo Rosado is sharing his challenging experience of working in the renewables industry. Oftentimes, people refer to deep neural networks and the most advanced and complex algorithms talking about data science. But, as Pablo says, having robust knowledge of the basics of data cleaning, wrangling and engineering is even more important for working in a real-life business setting.

After switching from academia and research in Astrophysics into the data science industry, Pablo has also made many discoveries and overcome many challenges along the way. His insights about what is really important while learning to work with data will be of great value to both academics as well as aspiring data scientists.

Pablo's blog:


Data Science For Social Good Summer Project:

Feb 03, 202143:19
31: Blockchain Enabled Residential Solar Energy | Victor Gardrinier, Solarmente
Jan 06, 202131:45
30: AI-Powered & Sustainable Cities | Apu Kumar, CITYDATA
Dec 16, 202048:19
29: Envisioning the Automated | Marc Verbenkov

29: Envisioning the Automated | Marc Verbenkov

The impact of technology advancement on unemployment is always a hotly debated topic. What is technology consultant and futurist Marc’s perspective on it? This episode is a macro vision of data and technology and its potential impact into the future. Other than automation’s impact on the job market, Marc also touches upon concerns and policies related to automation, such as cyber security and universal basic income. As COVID also pushed us rapidly to switch to a more digital workflow, are we enlarging the gap between the rich and poor? What should we learn to catch up with the drastic change of skill demand? How can we attribute value and what is valued? Listen to the conversation to find out more.

Dec 09, 202001:07:57
28: Making Coding (Really) For Everyone | Vincent van Grondelle, MigraCode
Nov 11, 202034:39
27: Ethics by Design- Data Powered Mental Health | Ollie Smith from Alpha Health

27: Ethics by Design- Data Powered Mental Health | Ollie Smith from Alpha Health

While holding your doubts about businesses abusing user data and finding cleavage in privacy regulations, there are companies that set the standard high and put ethics first. Alpha Health, a tech driven startup that designs and builds effective prediction, prevention and treatment solutions for mental health, intertwines user privacy protection and bias prevention into the company gene. Join our conversation with Ollie Smith, the head of ethics and strategy director of Alpha Health, and learn about what is Ethic by Design.

Oct 28, 202040:32
26: Data Workers of the World, Unite! | Reinier Tromp, The Data Union

26: Data Workers of the World, Unite! | Reinier Tromp, The Data Union

What, do you think, is the secret of Google, Amazon, Netflix, and other Big Tech companies to become the most powerful and rich firms in today’s arena? Arguably, this is thanks to the invisible gold of the 21st century in their possession we call data. Today’s internet still remains a mostly unregulated space where profound manipulation and surveillance takes place. If we work for free on creating that data that is the essence of all the state-of-the-art algorithms today, then why don’t we have a say in how we want this technology to be used? And if it is worth so many $$$, shouldn’t we get paid for it?

The following is the conversation with the creator of the first data union in the world, Reinier Tromp. Just like labor unions used collective power to pressure capitalist firms and governments to create better conditions for the workers, a data union aims at creating better conditions for data producers, aka internet users just like you and me.

Get in touch with us on Linkedin:



Sources mentioned:

The Data Union Website:

Blueprint For Better Digital Society (Data Dignity by Jaron Lanier) :

Fake News spread faster than normal news:

Study about Facebook, negative emotions are easier to trigger than positive ones:

Visualization of Neural Net Layers:

Sep 30, 202055:28
25: (Non-)Traditional Education & Finding Your Passion | Jan Carbonell, Akademy.AI
Sep 23, 202001:14:32
24: “It’s Only One Straw”, Said 8 Billion People | Oriol Segarra, Youbumerang

24: “It’s Only One Straw”, Said 8 Billion People | Oriol Segarra, Youbumerang

Plastic pollution is such a well-known problem that it seems we have started to filter it out. Meanwhile, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a waste island filled with plastics and at least twice as big as Texas still continues to roam the Pacific Ocean. How to prevent this massive pollution?

Oriol Segarra, the Founder and CEO of “Youbumerang” has found his way to contribute to the solution. His company provides a system of reusable bowls for takeaway restaurants to avoid single-use plastics. With years of experience in Circular Economy consulting and developing solutions for sustainable packaging, Oriol shares his insights and experiences in the field. Tune in!

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Sep 16, 202044:35
23: Machine Translation and the Future of Languages | Jose Conceição from Transperfect
Sep 09, 202040:54
22: Data Science in Production | Christopher Collins from Glovo

22: Data Science in Production | Christopher Collins from Glovo

How do data scientists work? What is it like to build a data project from idea to production? Chris Collins, a data scientist from Glovo, will share with us his journey becoming a data scientist - how he pivoted from engineering to data by building projects he is passionate about. For the technical gurus, we also get to see the tricks and tips for navigating the science behind. Join the conversation and discover first-hand insights!

Check out our website:

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Sep 02, 202046:02
21: Marketing Analytics with Katie King
Aug 19, 202036:34
20: Talk Python To Me - Juan Luis Cano

20: Talk Python To Me - Juan Luis Cano

THE tool for Machine learning, data wrangling, EDA, automation... I am sure you have heard of the famous Python. What is the charm of this programming language and how can we learn and build impressive applications with it? Join the conversation with Python professor Juan Luis Cano -  with his experience teaching python in Boeing and Airbus, founding Python Espana association, contributing to scientific Python stack projects, and also nowadays launching satellites and grabbing aerial images of the earth with Python… - we will examine the power of this programming language and explore the resources we have to further amplify our knowledge. Enjoy!

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Jul 29, 202045:03
19: The Truth About & The Hype Around AI-Startups | Daniyal Shahrokhian, Part II
Jul 22, 202031:57
18: AI Fighting Digital Manipulation | When Issue Is Rather Philosophical Than Technical | Daniyal Shahrokhian, Part I
Jul 22, 202027:30
17: AI Against Modern Slavery - Adriana Bora

17: AI Against Modern Slavery - Adriana Bora

Governments play an essential role in regulating the developments and usage of artificial intelligence. Lacking necessary AI policies, the technology might be misused and backfire in increasing inequality, the rise of totalitarian powers, supporting racism biases, etc. But if our politicians have no clue how the technology works, how are they going to be implemented? This is exactly what The Future Society is about. The “think-and-do-tank” has an extraordinary mission: Advancing the responsible adoption of Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies for the benefit of humanity. How does the organization shape the global AI policy framework? Can governments find a balance between caution & foresight and action that is rapid enough? How is AI being used to eradicate modern slavery? Dive with us into this thought-provoking conversation with Adriana Bora, AI Policy Researcher at The Future Society.
Jul 08, 202037:08
16: How I Became A Self-Taught Data Scientist - Edgar Rootalu

16: How I Became A Self-Taught Data Scientist - Edgar Rootalu

Ever fancied about becoming a data sentient but fearing not having any experience? Ever admired people who lead a digital nomad lifestyle, traveling around the world while working to make a positive impact? Today we will follow the journey of Edgar, to see how he developed his self-taught data scientist career meanwhile enjoyed location independence. Hope you enjoy the conversion and discover with us how to allocate the best resources and develop life-long learning skills. 

Jul 01, 202042:52
15: Sustainability from the company gene- powered by transversal data solutions

15: Sustainability from the company gene- powered by transversal data solutions

10 years of working experience in sustainability projects across 5 continents, Keith Nelson, director of New Day International Consulting, shares his perspective regarding how companies should embrace their data and start achieving sustainability wins.

We will discuss the topics based on real project experiences and case discussions. Better yet, Keith introduces the fundamental idea of company sustainability goals: it should be established as early as possible to intertwine sustainability practices and priorities into the gene of any company development. He also touched upon the importance of a sustainability business model, and most importantly why companies shouldn’t pollute and then compensate for a carbon-neutral image. If this interests you, dive into the episode with us!

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Jun 24, 202038:51
14: Sustainability From 11 Years Of Experience - Jordi Oliver

14: Sustainability From 11 Years Of Experience - Jordi Oliver

How do big corporations like Coca-Cola, L’OREAL, and Seat transition into more sustainability models? What are the main reasons for shifting toward sustainable productions? Why is servitization the new direction? Let’s learn about the latest trends of the circularity and understand the ecosystem around the transitions.

This week we are glad to have Jordi Oliver, CEO of environmental consultancy Inèdit, which started as a Ph.D. spin-off project. With 11 years dedicating in the field working with major cooperates, Jordi works with his team to create eco-innovation projects that improve business competitiveness through sustainable design and strategy. Today he will share with us his expertise in Life Cycle Assessment, carbon footprint analysis, eco-design, sustainable supply chain, and sustainability strategy development.

Check out our website for show notes. And please support us on Patreon so that we can continue creating quality content for you!

Jun 17, 202041:57
13: Sustainable Digital Marketing - Guillem Bargalló, Founder of El Bien Social

13: Sustainable Digital Marketing - Guillem Bargalló, Founder of El Bien Social

Youtube video here.

We see 5,000 ads per day, and more and more of them are switching to digital. They're invasive. Tricky. And effective, thanks to big data and personalization powered by algorithms. Is there any chance we could use digital marketing to make the world around us better? This is what Guillem Bargalló has been doing for over 5 years already. With his digital platform El Bien Social, he promotes sustainable initiatives and social businesses and spreads their word. In this episode, Guillem tells us about his journey of creating El Bien Social and we discuss some ethical issues related to digital advertising.

Check our website to see the show notes and see all the links mentioned in this episode! And please, support us by submitting your feedback about our podcast in this super short and fun questionnaire!

Jun 10, 202034:18
12: Greenwashing Solved? Interview with Paul Allard from Impak Finance
Jun 03, 202033:33
11: Future Synthesizing with Cecilia Tham

11: Future Synthesizing with Cecilia Tham

The future is for those who dare to imagine and make it happen. Granting that the richness of data and technology had made the moon shot dreams one step closer to reality, but are you daring enough to imagine big? Join our conversation with Cecilia Tham on a trip to a data-enabled future, and see what it's like to run a career at the crossroad of technology, entrepreneurship, and impact.

Cecilia Tham holds an architecture degree from Harvard undergraduate and graduate school. Being the founder of 3 successful startups that curate a community of innovative, tech-driven, social aware entrepreneurs, she is currently incubating her new company Futurity Studio.

In the conversation we touched upon her past experience and current Data Science studies with Allwomen, her lessons and tips from serial entrepreneur experience, and the current labs running in her Futurity Studio focusing on automated commerce, food, and neuro UI.

Other than the mind-opening envisioning of the future, Cecilia also shares with us her secret sauce- the concept of TrimTab. Of course with useful cheatsheet for TrimTabs that could potentially be of use to us.

Dive into the episode and ready to be inspired! Things you agree and disagree? Share with us! Most most most importantly- check us out on our freshly published website! 

#womeninbusiness #womenintech #TrimTab #Data #Future

May 27, 202051:56
10: Fintech - Engine for Sustainable Development
May 13, 202022:18
9: Is Renewable Energy the Solution? - Reflection on "Planet of the Humans"
May 06, 202029:21
8: DEBATE - Will AI take our jobs?
Apr 29, 202023:45
7: Energy - Elephant In The Room
Apr 22, 202027:28
6: Invisible Women- Data & Gender Bias
Apr 15, 202019:51
5: What Will Education Be Like?
Apr 08, 202018:43
4: DEBATE - Are we giving up Personal Privacy for Public Security?

4: DEBATE - Are we giving up Personal Privacy for Public Security?

How far are we from the Big Brother's dystopian world? 

From security cameras at every street corner detecting criminal events; to location tracking embedded in everyone's phone to enforce quarantine; to chat histories used in court as evidence of litigation... Albeit all cases are developed in the name of a fair and secure public life, it is hard to imagine privacy is still a right we can claim for. Does Public Security outweigh Personal Privacy? What is your thought? 

Here's our web to provide you with cited sources! We hope you enjoy the learning journey with us and we appreciate any feedback you can leave in this super-ultra-mega-short fun survey!

Apr 01, 202028:38
3: Data, AI & Circular Economy

3: Data, AI & Circular Economy

What is circular economy and is it the silver bullet for sustainability? How does AI and data support us in our journey toward a circular, sustainable world? Dig in with us on how innovative applications of data, machine learning, and IoT help to advance in the circularity transition!

Mar 25, 202018:31
2: Coronavirus through Lens of Data & Sustainability

2: Coronavirus through Lens of Data & Sustainability

We are on our 3rd day of coronavirus quarantine in Barcelona. From machine learning that only quarantines high-risk people, to lockdowns that keep the whole nations under "home arrest", to the 'herd immunity' which lies hope to nature immune development, we see various reactions and theories being made. Companies also play a vital role in educating people, predicting the virus spreading, consulting governments and managing healthcare systems. Learn more about the data solutions of the rising pandemic in this episode!
Mar 18, 202023:20
1: Sneak peak of what’s yet to come!
Mar 11, 202006:46