Tech Podcasts are worthy if you want to consume your travel time while going to the office. It keeps you updated with the latest news and trends in technologies while walking, commuting and working out, etc. Podcasts are really interesting if you wanna listen while doing something like me.
1. AI Today Podcast
One can learn AI use cases, best practices, and trends on this podcast. “AI Today Podcast” covers most of the above topics, including strategy creation and implementation tips.
Seth Godin hosts this podcast. The podcasts focus on cultural problems and using technology to solve them.
3. Artificial Intelligence
“Artificial Intelligence” by Lex Feideman has interesting AI concepts in a discussion. The narrator is an enthusiast of what the future of AI holds. The podcast has featured Elon Musk, Ray Dalio and Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman as notable collaborators.
4. CISO/Security Vendor Relationship
The “CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast” is popular amongst cyber-security enthusiasts.The focus is on the relation between the buyers and sellers on the web. The more technical version, of this podcast, is called “Defense in Depth.”
5. The CyberWire
“The CyberWire” talks about new cybersecurity threats and issues. It is good for highly-skilled professionals and common man alike.
6. Darknet Diaries
“Darknet Diaries” discusses dark topicson technology and cybercrime. The podcasts talk about the mentioned issues from under the lens perspective of troublemakers. This makes the podcast an interesting engagement. They are short in nature and can be listened to between calls.
7. HBR Podcasts
The HBR podcasts come from Harvard Business School. “After Hours,” “Skydeck” and, “HBR IdeaCast” is worthy of mention. These podcasts are hosted by industry experts and professions. They talk about common as well as complex technical topics.
8. How I Built This
“How I Built This” is an interesting podcast. They feature conversations with notable and established companies. The discussion revolves around how the company was built from scratch. This podcast has featured Dell, Evite, Headspace, Shopify in the past.
Don’t forget to check out the necessary skills of Big Data specialists.
9. Y Combinator startup school
People want to make the next big thing. Some of them aren’t sure how to start. This podcast is to guide on how to start and run a venture. It gives advice and also helps in setting key process indicators (KPI). The listener will also learn how to define and set goals and keep motivated. Ryan Chan, UpKeep Maintenance Management are the founders of this podcast.
If heavy tech indulgence isn’t your passion-kick, give this a try. It has a philosophical angle to technology changing our world. Naval Ravikant discusses his outlooks and predictions. These are short are convenient to listen to a common man.