Peggy and Jason Cohen, founder and CEO, Analytical Flavor Systems, talk about the impact of AI (artificial intelligence) on the food industry.
Peggy Smedley celebrates episode 600 of the show by looking back at how the IoT (Internet of Things community has evolved since the podcast first began.
Wrapping up the month of January, Peggy and John Pletz, senior reporter, Crain’s Chicago Business, have a conversation about all the emerging technologies that were center stage at CES—and how that will translate into innovation in the year ahead.
Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, talk about new technology that is needed in 2019: systems related to automation and technology related to agricultural intelligence
Peggy and Sotiris Bantas, president and CEO, Centaur, discuss food waste and food safety liability in the supply chain.
Peggy Smedley dives into the topic of cognitive technologies and how they impact the IoT (Internet of Things).
Peggy and Dr. Cathy Kapica, founder and CEO, The Awegrin Institute, discuss why food science is important—and how technology factors in.
Peggy and Ken Harris, managing partner, Cadent Consulting, talk about the advances in AI (artificial intelligence), blockchain, and digital twins for the food industry.
Peggy Smedley sits down with show regular Josh Peschel, assistant professor of agriculture and Biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, who also talks about the state of infrastructure—and the role of the IoT (Internet of Things) and robotics in helping rebuild.