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Rene Schulte on the Evolution of AI and Its Impact Across Industries

In this episode, we delve into the profound enablement of large language models like ChatCPT and how they stand to revolutionize personalized learning. Rene gives us a glimpse of a future where robots and AI can liberate us from mundane chores and reshape the workforce, as seen with robots now flipping burgers at McDonald’s.

Imagine the world of quantum computing, where current strategies are reimagined to solve gargantuan optimization problems, a realm of technological advancement that Rene is no stranger to, and one which he assures holds the keys to the future, especially with security.

The conversation takes a personal turn as Rene reflects on his origins in former East Germany and how peaceful protests carved the path to a united nation and consequently, his journey into AI. 

Show Notes

06:05 Digital humans are embodied AI in a digital realm, replicating human appearance and emotion.

09:51 AI approximating language and emotions’ impact debated.

13:14 Warning about irresponsible use of deepfake technology.

16:06 Rapid evolution of bank heist and technology.

19:20 Create 3D scenes from mine interior.

21:43 Excitement for AI courses evolving into practical use.

26:42 Labeling dangerous AI, balancing regulation and innovation.

28:12 Automation impacts taxes, privacy, and human creativity.

32:11 Language models can help, but verify outcomes.

36:54 Tech companies develop own silicon for efficiency.

38:09 Excitement over open weight AI models release.

42:40 War and pandemic showed weak supply chains.

46:26 Quantum computing holds untapped potential, significant savings.

47:54 Data encryption is essential for online security.

52:05 GPT chat provides effective personal information summaries.

55:55 Audible sponsors podcast; free audio book offer.

58:23 Digital podcast journey with Rene Scholter. Subscribe!

About the author, Frank

Frank La Vigne is a software engineer and UX geek who saw the light about Data Science at an internal Microsoft Data Science Summit in 2016. Now, he wants to share his passion for the Data Arts with the world.

He blogs regularly at and has a YouTube channel called Frank's World TV. (www.FranksWorld.TV). Frank has extensive experience in web and application development. He is also an expert in mobile and tablet engineering. You can find him on Twitter at @tableteer.