The Inside Track: Our AI Future

The Inside Track: Our AI Future

The Inside Track is a weekly podcast where your host, Ryan Myrehn, and his guests explore the limitless possibilities of AI and emerging tech and its evolving role in sports, media, and entertainment.

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February 27, 2024 21 mins
This time, on the inside track, Andy Saba joins us to discuss his role in leading a mostly undergraduate student team for the IAC. Andy Saba is a master’s student of engineering at the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute and has firmly rooted himself in the world of autonomous race cars. Ryan and Paul get the inside scoop into how Andy and his team went from a few lines of code to racing an autonomous car at 150+ miles pe...
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This time, on the inside track, Andy Saba joins us to discuss his role in leading a mostly undergraduate student team for the IAC. Andy Saba is a master’s student of engineering at the Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute and has firmly rooted himself in the world of autonomous race cars. Ryan and Paul get the inside scoop into how Andy and his team went from a few lines of code to racing an autonomous car at 150+ miles pe...
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AI and autonomous technology are showing up in more and more industries. From banking to racing to emergency medicine, AI is giving humans a serious leg up in their work. This week Sarah Burnett, renowned technology industry analyst and author of the book The Autonomous Enterprise: Powered by AI, joins us to preach the AI gospel and explain how most industries are utilizing some form of it – even if they don’t realize it.
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Alessio Cicolari is a pioneer in the world of Esports and sim racing, and the CEO and Founder of the Ak Group. In this episode of the Inside Track, Ryan and Paul sit down with Alessio to compare the challenges and triumphs of the Indy Autonomous Challenge and the various Esport racing events Alessio has experienced over the years.
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The knock-on effects of new technology manifests itself in often unpredictable ways. This of course includes the autonomous technology used in the vehicles racing around the track at Indianapolis. In a truly surprising turn, these race cars are now considered a matter of national security. Today, the DoD has taken a serious interest in the IAC and how Artificial intelligence is changing the way the United States Military protects i...
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In honor of CES 2024, we’re sharing our recent discussion with Gary Shapiro, CEO of the Consumer Technology Association and co-producer of CES. Whether it’s lobbying Congress for new AI regulations, running the world’s largest consumer tech trade show, or showcasing groundbreaking new startups, Gary has been a leader in the tech industry for more than 30 years. In this episode, we break down where state and federal regulations clas...
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Andrea Levy teaches everyone working in motorsports a very valuable lesson, if you want people to come to auto shows you have to showcase the cars. This is exactly why Andrea Levy created the Milan Monza open-air motorshow. Ryan and Paul explore why auto shows are changing and why showcasing any new technology is the best way to generate buzz and interest in the public at large.
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In this episode, Ryan Myrehn and Paul Mitchell, the President of the Indy Autonomous Challenge, have a very special guest joining them from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. Senior Vice President David Watkins sits down to delve into the future of the automobile industry in tandem with the swift evolution of autonomous technology. The discussion revolves around how the IAC is playing a pivotal role in maintaining the Un...
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Ryan Myrehn and Paul Mitchell speak with a pioneer in autonomous vehicles, Sebastian Thrun. He's the CEO of Kitty Hawk and the founder of Google's self-driving car team, as well as an educator and co-founder of Udacity. Sebastian guides us through the future of personal flying machines, the ethics of AI, and how the work of the Indy Autonomous Challenge will make the roads safer for everyone.

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January 7, 2023 28 mins
Welcome to the first episode of The Inside Track! Our host, Ryan Myrehn, chats with Paul Mitchell and Don Wettrick at the Indie Autonomous Headquarters. Today we will discuss the cutting-edge technology that inspired the Indie Autonomous Challenge, why college students who've never even driven a car before are drawn to Automotive Sports, and more importantly, Robots driving cars!

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