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InTechnology

Welcome to InTechnology, hosted by Camille Morhardt. In this podcast you will hear conversations with industry leaders and technical experts in cybersecurity, sustainability, and technology. Our guests will explain their approach to recognize emerging trends and to create best practices… where more and more, the health of an organization depends on embracing the interconnectedness of these three areas.

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209. Makers, Shapers, and Takers: A McKinsey Sr. Partner on the Future of GenAI
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into generative AI with Lareina Yee, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company. They talk about why gen AI has exploded in awareness and use, how it can be a great tool for knowledge workers, why humans are still needed, how gen AI is different from other forms of AI, different methods enterprises are taking when adopting generative AI, the importance of strategy and risk assessment, Lareina’s insights on the future of gen AI, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
30:28 6/24/24
208. From Edge to Core: The Evolution of Fly.io's Developer-Centric Cloud
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into Fly.io’s developer-focused public cloud with co-host Nick Washburn, Senior Managing Director at Intel Capital, and guest Kurt Mackey, Co-Founder and CEO of Fly.io. They talk about how Fly.io orients their cloud toward developers, the trade-offs of using their cloud, how they keep up with scaling needs, what the next big public cloud might look like, how Fly.io handles integrations, how increasing demands from machine learning and AI are shaping data center offerings, prioritizing security while still supplying a good user experience, why Intel Capital invested in Fly.io, and more. Learn more about Intel Capital: https://www.intelcapital.com/    The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
25:37 6/17/24
207. Fabric8Labs: Making Waves with Water-Based Additive Manufacturing
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into electrochemical additive manufacturing with episode co-host Jennifer Ard, Managing Director and Head of Investment Operations at Intel Capital, and guest Ian Winfield, Vice President of Product & Applications at Fabric8Labs. They talk about Fabric8Labs’ unique liquid-based approach to additive manufacturing, the scalability of their printers, the variety of industry applications for this technology, how AI and machine learning are driving the need for custom liquid cooling solutions, the sustainability benefits of their ECAM process, why Intel Capital chose to invest in Fabric8Labs, the company’s future goals, and more.   Learn more about Intel Capital: https://www.intelcapital.com/ The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
24:56 5/27/24
206. Ready for Q-Day? Post-Quantum Cryptography at RSA 2024
In this episode of InTechnology recorded at RSA Conference 2024, Camille gets into quantum computing and post-quantum cryptography with Dr. Richard Searle, Chief AI Officer at Fortanix; Chris Hickman, Chief Security Officer at Keyfactor; and Andrew Driscoll, Quantum Security Engineer at Accenture. They talk about how quantum computing and post-quantum cryptography will work, the current threat of “steal now, decrypt later,” the countdown to Q-Day, how organizations can begin planning and migration for a post-quantum world, uses cases for quantum computing, cybersecurity concerns with post-quantum cryptography, evolving computing and cryptography standards, and much more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
29:50 5/13/24
205. Parallel Computing for AI with Intel Sr. Fellow Pradeep Dubey
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into parallel computing with Pradeep Dubey, Intel Senior Fellow at Intel Labs. They talk about how parallel computing works, why it’s becoming more necessary, how it uses AI and machine learning to process large amounts of data, the challenges of designing systems and architecture for parallel computing, how machines can help humans make better decisions, and much more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
25:25 5/6/24
204. How to Start Using GenAI and LLMs in Your Small-Medium Business
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into generative AI (GenAI) and large language models (LLMs) with Aurora Quinn-Elmore, Founder and CEO of Metamorph AI. The conversation covers training LLMs, how to fine-tune and customize models, and the pros and cons of different AI models for small to medium-sized businesses. Follow Aurora on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/auroraquinnelmore/   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
29:17 4/29/24
203. How to Blow Up Hair Dryers with a Walkie Talkie—And Other Hardware Hacking Superpowers
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into hardware attacks with Maggie Jauregui, a hardware security researcher at Intel. They talk about Maggie’s “secret superpower” of joy rooted in her Latin American upbringing, her first hardware hacking experiment with a hairdryer, the physics of hardware hacking, iSTARE’s proactive research, the possibility of remote hardware attacks, and Maggie’s positive outlook on hardware security. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
29:52 4/22/24
202. NASA Rocket Scientist Talks Space Exploration and Quantum Being
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into humanity and space exploration with Shehnaz Soni, Senior System Engineer at NASA and author of The Quantum Being. They talk about Shehnaz’s work on the Artemis program, why humanity is drawn to exploring beyond Earth, how she became interested in aerospace and aviation, bridging scientific and spiritual mindsets, how humanity will evolve alongside the next steps in space exploration, and more. Read The Quantum Being: https://geni.us/QuantumBeing Shehnaz Soni’s website: https://www.shehnazsoni.com/  The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
28:21 4/15/24
201. Looking for Vulnerabilities Below the OS? Check Out Intel® Device Health
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into endpoint vulnerability management beneath the OS with Intel® Device Heath with guest Novin Kaihani, Senior Director and GM of Client Software Products at Intel. They talk about why there’s a current lack of security for operating systems and below in the market today, how Intel’s partnership with Eclypisum is working to bridge that market gap, how the endpoint vulnerability management solution identifies vulnerabilities below the OS at the OS level, and the seamless integration of the system into Intel PCs.   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
08:48 4/8/24
200. Why We Will Never Get Rid of Side Channels - with Daniel Gruss and Anders Fogh
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille delves into side channels alongside episode co-host Anders Fogh; Fellow & Security Researcher at Intel, and guest Daniel Gruss; Associate Professor at Graz University of Technology. They talk about the exploitation of side channels, why side channels are not going away, common challenges and how to manage them, what evolving landscapes such as AI systems and space-based infrastructure mean for side channels, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
41:19 4/1/24
199. What That Means: Artificial General Intelligence and Cognitive Architecture
In this episode of What That Means, Camille gets into artificial general intelligence (AGI) and cognitive architecture with Peter Voss, CEO and Chief Scientist at Aigo.ai. They talk about how he helped coin the term artificial general intelligence, the definitions of AGI and intelligence, how current LLMs like ChatGPT are not really AGI, training and sensory input for AGI, metacognition, Aigo.ai’s “chatbot with a brain,” and how AGI might shape the future of humanity. Read Peter Voss’ book, Artificial General Intelligence, here: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-540-68677-4   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
30:46 3/25/24
198. Fortune 500 Security Execs on Protecting Product and Data
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into protecting product and data with episode co-host Mohsen Fazlian, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Product Assurance and Security at Intel, and guest Doug Fisher, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer at Lenovo. They talk about taking a security-first philosophy to protect product across company divisions, the importance of security training employees at all levels of an organization, the benefits of red teaming and hackathon events, concerns and positive uses of AI in securing product and data, advancements in security practices including transparent supply chain and confidential computing, and much more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
31:53 3/18/24
197. Telecom's Future: What's Possible in Telehealth, Neuromorphic Computing and the Arts
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into emerging technologies and telecommunications with Mischa Dohler, VP of Emerging Technologies at Ericsson. They talk about his research with 5G for the arts and healthcare, use cases for AI in telecommunications, how Mischa keeps up with so many emerging technologies, neuromorphic computing, quantum computing, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
26:51 3/11/24
196. What a Former Hacker Brings to the Canonical CISO Role
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into ethical hacking and security with Stephanie Domas, CISO at Canonical. They talk about Stephanie’s recent book on reverse engineering x86 software, the purpose and benefits of ethical hacking, how companies can change their security strategies from reactive to proactive, how to manage a team of ethical hackers, new technologies like AI and confidential computing from a security perspective, industry adoption of open source, and more. Read Stephanie’s book, x86 Software Reverse-Engineering, Cracking, and Counter-Measures: https://www.amazon.com/x86-Software-Reverse-Engineering-Cracking-Counter-Measures/dp/1394199880/    The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
26:25 3/4/24
195. Apple Vision Pro: Tony's Take
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into Apple Vision Pro with Tony Mongkolsmai, Software Architect & Technical Evangelist at Intel and host of the Code Together podcast. They talk about Tony’s experience trying out the Apple Vision Pro in his everyday life, along with his take on its benefits and limitations. Check out the Code Together podcast: https://codetogether.podbean.com/ The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
13:37 2/26/24
194. Finding Practical Solutions for Corporate Sustainability Through AI
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into finding sustainability solutions through AI with Peter Schelstraete, Co-Founder of Ubuntoo. They talk about Peter’s personal passion for sustainability inspiring him to found Ubuntoo, how Ubuntoo works as an environmental solutions platform, how Ubuntoo AI utilizes large language models, overcoming obstacles to integrating sustainability practices, the importance of looking across a company and around the world for inspiration on best practices, and how to make practical knowledge on sustainability more accessible. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
22:40 2/19/24
193. Top of Mind for CISOs in 2024
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into what CISOs should be focusing on this year with Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, Field CISO at Intel. They talk about the security insights from Verizon’s annual breach report, why cybersecurity is still struggling as an industry despite more spending and more jobs than ever before, new regulations on reporting cyberattacks, the ever-increasing importance of zero trust, improving user experiences while increasing data privacy, protecting critical national infrastructure, converging vendors to platforms and automating around that, the role of AI and generative AI in security, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
33:17 2/12/24
192. Lessons from 30+ Years in Tech Leadership
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into lessons in tech leadership with Board Member, former Intel CVP, and podcaster Rose Schooler. They talk about her “teach and learn” approach to leadership, consistency and clarity of communication, knowing your audience when presenting, leading with head and heart, how she grew an initiative into a billion-dollar business at Intel, the influence of her parents on her career, finding the courage to stand up for others, and more. Check out The Maestro Mindset Podcast: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-maestro-mindset-formerly-lead-up-managing-and/id1680211940 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5w0pgBFL534ij6J8AdU3EE?si=c11561478c86457f   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
37:38 2/5/24
191. What That Means with Camille: AI and Cybersecurity in 5G
In this episode of What That Means, Camille gets into 5G cybersecurity and AI-powered RAN with Scott Poretsky, Director of Security for Ericsson. They talk about how radio access networks operate, what O-RAN is, the paradigm shifts with AI and machine learning, zero-trust architecture, the Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform, cybersecurity evolutions from 4G to 6G, and much more. Learn more about the Ericsson Intelligent Automation Platform (EIAP) Ecosystem here: https://www.ericsson.com/en/ran/intelligent-ran-automation/intelligent-automation-platform/ecosystem   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
24:57 1/29/24
190. 5G Zero Trust and AI Usages
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into zero trust and AI for 5G with Ken Urquhart, Global Vice President of 5G Strategy at Zscaler. They talk about the transition from 4G to 5G, the security and sustainability benefits of 5G networks, how and why companies can set up their own private 5G networks, uses of AI with 5G networks, the coming jump to 6G, and the role of zero trust in security for 5G networks and beyond, and much more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
42:31 1/22/24
189. AI Adoption Behind the Scenes: Talent Issues, Dev Changes, and Finding the Real Value
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille takes a behind-the-scenes look at AI adoption with Navin Budhiraja, CTO of Vianai Systems. They talk about the lack of AI skill sets, the democratization of AI through open source, dangers of AI like deep fakes and bots, changes to the role of developers, how companies are deploying AI, data collection, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
24:56 1/15/24
188. AI and Cybersecurity for Open Source
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into open source with guest Jim Zemlin, Executive Director of The Linux Foundation, and co-host Melissa Evers, Vice President of the Software and Advanced Technology Group at Intel. They talk about the use of generative AI and LLMs with open-source software, the AI Alliance, the Open Source Security Foundation, the ever-changing threat landscape, AI tools for open-source security, security standards, and much more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
43:07 1/8/24
187. Rowhammer Researcher Thomas Dullien (Halvar Flake) Discusses Cybersecurity for AI and Software Optimization
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into cybersecurity for AI and software optimization with Thomas Dullien, aka Halvar Flake. They talk about his work with Optimyze, cybersecurity and software optimization uses for large language models, the outlook for artificial general intelligence and other technology jumps, the data required to build large AI models, his research with Rowhammer, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
26:56 1/1/24
186. Top Conversations on AI in 2023: from LLMs to Regulations
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille looks back on some of the most exciting conversations on AI in 2023. Things kick off with Andres Rodriguez, Intel Fellow, and his conversation on deep learning, a subset of machine learning. Then, Selvakumar Panneer and Omesh Tickoo, Principal Engineers at Intel Labs, discuss synthetic data. This is followed up by touching on large language models or LLMs with Sanjay Rajagopalan, Chief Design and Strategy Officer at Vianai Systems. Finally, the episode wraps up with independent AI policy and governance advisor Chloe Audio giving her insight on emerging AI regulations. Listen to the full episodes: What That Means with Camille: Deep Learning (142): https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/142-what-that-means-with-camille-deep-learning What That Means with Camille: Synthetic Data (139): https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/139-what-that-means-with-camille-synthetic-data Why and How Enterprises Are Adopting LLMs (174): https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/174-why-and-how-enterprises-are-adopting-llms Emerging U.S. Policies, Legislation, and Executive Orders on AI (178): https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/178-emerging-us-policies-legislation-and-executive-orders-on-ai Deep Dive: U.S. Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence (181): https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/181-deep-dive-us-executive-order-on-artificial-intelligence    The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
19:09 12/25/23
185. What That Means with Camille: Product Security Governance
In this episode of What That Means, Camille gets into product security governance with Vernetta Dorsey Windsong, Director of Product Security Governance at Intel. They talk about how product security and governance practices work together, how to get started with product security governance, the challenges of implementing new practices, automation within a secure development lifecycle, the effects of AI on processes, preventing governance creep, and more. Learn more about the secure development lifecycle in Vernetta and Camille’s previous conversation: https://cybersecurityinside.libsyn.com/49-what-than-means-with-camille-secure-development-lifecycle-sdl   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
17:45 12/18/23
184. Runtime Optimization with Granulate's CEO
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into runtime optimization with Asaf Ezra, CEO at Granulate. They talk about how exactly runtime optimization works, how projects like Photon and Gluten are changing the industry, Granulate’s runtime optimization solutions, future trends in hardware customization, how programming is changing with the dawn of generative AI, and more.   Read more about Intel Gaudi2’s performance as evaluated by NVIDIA and referenced by Asaf in the episode here: https://www.servethehome.com/nvidia-shows-intel-gaudi2-is-4x-better-performance-per-dollar-than-its-h100/    The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.  
23:31 12/11/23
183. The Hottest Cybersecurity Topics of 2023
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille takes a look at our most popular episodes on cybersecurity in 2023. First up are conversation highlights on Root of Trust and firmware attacks with Jorge Myszne, Co-Founder of Kameleon. After that are highlights on confidential computing with Mark Russinovich, Technical Fellow and CTO of Microsoft Azure, and Anil Rao, a VP and GM at Intel. Finally are highlights on AI deep fakes with Ilke Demir, Senior Staff Research Scientist at Intel Labs and a creator of FakeCatcher. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
14:15 12/4/23
182. Uncovering Insights from Listeners' Top Voices in Sustainability 2023
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille delves into a roundup of our most popular listener topics on sustainability in 2023. The first topic is green software with Asim Hussain, Director of Green Software and Ecosystems at Intel. The second covers electricity mapping featuring Olivier Corradi, Founder and CEO of Electricity Maps. Finally, on this roundup is energy efficiency in the cloud with Lily Looi, Intel Fellow as well as Chief Power Architect of Intel's Xeon product line.  Listen to the full episode (EP 137) - WTM: Green Software with Asim Hussain. Listen to the full episode (EP 147) with Olivier Corradi – How Green Is Your Electricity? Listen to the full episode (EP 148) - WTM: Energy Efficiency In The Cloud with Lily Looi.   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
16:04 11/27/23
181. Deep Dive: US Executive Order on Artificial Intelligence
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille delves into the recent US Executive Order on artificial intelligence with Divyansh Kaushik, Miranda Bogen, and Chloe Autio. Divyansh Kaushik is an Associate Director for Emerging Technologies and National Security at the Federation of American Scientists. Miranda Bogen is the Director of the AI Governance Lab at the Center for Democracy and Technology. Chloe Autio is an independent AI policy and governance consultant. They talk about controversies of the Executive Order and its implications on key areas such as AI innovation, the private sector, data privacy, foreign governments & companies, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
29:53 11/20/23
180. Trends in Data Security and Digital Identity
In this episode of InTechnology, Camille gets into data security and digital identity with Ashvin Kamaraju, Global Vice President of Engineering and Cloud Operations at Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing. They talk about the latest trends in data privacy and sovereignty, the primary components of data security, key management, how to protect against evolving cyber threats, the shifting needs of encryption with edge computing, the potential benefits and drawbacks of digital identities, and more. The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.
32:04 11/13/23

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