What I have learned from being on 30+ podcasts this year.

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In 2020, I have been on over 30 podcasts or radio/youtube shows speaking about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Social Media’s weaponization of AI, and the future of Higher Education.

I find being a podcast guest to be intellectually engaging, fun, and an excellent way to get a message out. Here are my notes on what I have learned in hopes it might be of…

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UM Teaching Prof, Technologist & Entrepreneur. Connect with me here: https://www.christiansonjs.com/

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J Scott Christianson

J Scott Christianson

UM Teaching Prof, Technologist & Entrepreneur. Connect with me here: https://www.christiansonjs.com/

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