Podcast: Visual-AI DIY? Are You Crazy?
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Podcast: Visual-AI DIY? Are You Crazy?

A Poke in The AI – Episode 1 – Visual-AI DIY? Are You Crazy?

Introducing the Visual-AI podcast you’ve been waiting for! A Poke in The AI will see VISUA marketing director and host Franco De Bonis joined by guests to discuss a specific topic related to Visual-AI.

In this episode he is joined by special guest Gianpaolo Valero from Microsoft alongside VISUA’s CEO Luca Boschin and VP of Sales and Marketing, Declan McGonigle.

In this episode, our guests dissect the idea of doing Visual-AI in-house; the situations in which it will work and the situations in which it won’t. We talk about the benefits of taking on the task yourself and those of outsourcing the work to a third party. You might even get a great idea for a marriage proposal. Yes – it’s the podcast that has everything!

You can watch the podcast below, or you can listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud.

If you’d like to take part in the Podcast email [email protected]

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