If you weren’t able to place any speakers in the 2021 RSA Conference, join the crowd. Though it’s too late for this year, SecurityCurve CTO Diana Kelley, who also serves on the RSA Conference’s ML/AI program committee, wants you to have the following useful info for next time.
[SWMS contributor Amanda Orr writes:] There's a quiet rumbling in the world of PR consultants and tech publicists: media relations is not what it used to be. The change didn’t happen overnight. Perhaps it’s because I’m writing this from my temporary home in Amman, Jordan, surrounded by Roman ruins, but I can’t help but imagine an archaeologist one day in the far off future, excavating a site in San Francisco...
Cade Metz is consistent. We interviewed him in 2008, 2012 and 2015. Each time he has carried the same message: though he reports on tech, it’s always about the people. This week we checked in with Cade to discuss Genius Makers, his new book about “the mavericks who brought AI to Google, Facebook and the world.” Again with the people!
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With all the permutations -- machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision and the rest -- it's sometimes difficult to spot a pure-play AI reporter. Here's a core list of 19 -- cross-check it with the names you've got.
SWMS contributor Rhiannon Pacheco writes: Mary Ann Azevedo has long been respected by PR professionals for her prompt and always courteous communication and honest, kind feedback. With her recent move to TechCrunch, accompanied by a new beat, we sat down with her to ask her “Two Questions...”