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KJ Garrett: From the PAC-12 spotlight, to the forefront of Artificial Intelligence with C3.ai

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KJ Garrett

KJ Garrett is one of the most interesting people you will meet. Having an NBA pedigree and playing for the University of Washington,

Episode Description

KJ Garrett is one of the most interesting people you will meet. Having an NBA pedigree and playing for the University of Washington, to getting his Master's degree in Spain, to becoming a Data Engineer for C3.ai, a company at the forefront of technological innovation, KJ could be a legitimate replacement for the actor in the Dos Equis Commercial.

Episode Breakdown

0:00-Introduction

2:23- KJ's Background

4:10- Playing in the new "Mecca" in High School

6:40- How KJ got so athletic

9:10- The decision committing to Washington

11:20- The PAC-12 experience

13:44- Hanging out with Matisse Thybulle (76ers guard)

16:45- KJ's "Yearning for learning"

21:18- Why does Bill Walton like KJ so much? (Bill Walton soundbite)

24:33- Noah meets Bill Walton

29:30- Picking up Computer Science

33:22- KJ builds an app for special needs children

35:24- Living in Spain

40:58- Surviving the Catalonian Protests

44:35- What is Enterprise AI? Why does it matter?

47:30- What is Data Engineering? Why does it matter?

48:57- Making it to "The League"- A day working for C3.ai

51:37- KJ's take on the future of artificial intelligence

53:45- The Big Takeaway- Episode 2

56:05- KJ's playlist

58:05- Conclusion

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