Tagged: Podcast

Neurotech Pub Episode 9 – Building (and Funding) Neurotech Companies

Matt Angle speaks with fellow Neurotech CEOs, Konstantinos Alataris, Frank Fischer, and Marcus Gerhardt about the challenges and nuances of raising money to build neuro devices. Since the episode was recorded, Nesos, Paradromics, and BlackRock all had major funding announcements and NeuroPace went public on NASDAQ.

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Neurotech Pub Episode 8 – The Drinks Bring Back All The Memories

In this episode, podcast host and Paradromics CEO, Matt Angle, brings together memory-researchers Nanthia Suthana and Gyorgy Buzsaki, and scientific-entrepreneurs Dan Rizzuto and Nick Halper to discuss memory and BCI applications.

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Neurotech Pub Episode 7 – Neurotechnology Startups and the E Word

In this episode, podcast host and Paradromics CEO, Matt Angle brings together Karen Rommelfanger, Anna Wexler, Ana Maiques, and Stephanie Naufel Thacker. We talk about the role of ethicists in tech. Stephanie announces a new collaboration between Facebook and the Columbia NeuroRights program. We discuss data privacy, and

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Neurotech Pub Episode 6 – Cyborgs That Smell

In this episode Matt discusses the science of olfaction and with Andreas Schaefer, Gabriel Lavella, and Dima Rinberg. Gabe and Dima also unveil their new startup, Canaery, which uses BCI-enhanced animals to digitize the olfactory world. They talk about the nature of "odor space" and Matt tries to stir controversy.

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Neurotech Pub Episode 5 – A Lawyer, a Philosopher, and Two Neurologists Walk Into a Bar…

In this episode we talk about how dimensionality reduction is used to better understand large scale neural recordings. This episode is fairly technical, but it contains many great references if you are interested in learning more. Guests: Konrad Kording, Chethan Pandarinath, Carsen Stringer, and Vikash Gilja.

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Neurotech Pub Episode 4: Trading Spaces: Dimensionality Reduction for Neural Recordings

In this episode we talk about how dimensionality reduction is used to better understand large scale neural recordings. This episode is fairly technical, but it contains many great references if you are interested in learning more. Guests: Konrad Kording, Chethan Pandarinath, Carsen Stringer, and Vikash Gilja.

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Neurotech Pub Episode 2 – What We’ve Got Here is Failure to Communicate

Matt Angle speaks with Beata Jarosiewicz, Vikash Gilja, Sergey Stavisky, and Frank Willett about about how brain computer interfaces can be used to restore communication in patients with tetraplegia.

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Introducing Neurotech Pub Episode 1: Biologists, Engineers, and Lawyers

Matt Angle speaks with Tim Harris, Cindy Chestek, and Philip "Flip" Sabes about the big programmatic challenges in neurotechnology.

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