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Kristina Libby

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A Curious Conversation w/ Kristina Libby, CSO of Hypergiant | TheSquare

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What can we learn about design from a quantum physicist? What can an industrial designer teach us about architecture. A lot it turns out. Curious Conversations connect the design community with leaders and visionaries outside the industry to explore new ways to problem-solve and find inspiration with fresh perspectives. How do these individuals lead teams and guide clients through unchartered territory? What events in their lives have shaped their career? How do human behaviors and emerging technologies impact their work? On this episode, also the inaugural edition of Curious conversations, Brandon Carmichael and Tania White get candid with Kristina Libby, Chief Science Officer of Hypergiant, a creator of emerging AI-driven technologies developing world-changing commercial products and solutions for Fortune 500 and government clients. Listen in as Kristina shares insight on her unique role as a CSO, the challenges of AI, and how she creates a culture of ideology and creativity. Let’s get curious! #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #EmergingTechnology VISIT: https://www.Corgan.com/ Also connect with us on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CorganInc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CorganInc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CorganInc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/corgan Video Produced by: Corgan Have Questions? We’d love to hear from you. Email: Communications@Corgan.com

38mins

11 Mar 2021

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Creating a Just Society with Technology and How To Sustain a Service Mentality with Kristina Libby

Redefining the Influencer

Kristina Libby is a sought-after thought-leader, brand builder, and technology insider. Her career encompasses advising and building large scale and high growth companies. She also has one of the coolest jobs in the world as the Chief Science Officer at Hypergiant, an emerging technology company focused on solving the world's biggest problems in the areas of space, defense, and critical infrastructure. Even with such a huge role Kristina somehow still finds time to positively impact lives and serve as a beacon of hope and love through the  “Floral Heart Project”. The project began as a memorial to those dying from COVID-19 and to create a space of sympathy and compassion for everyone struggling from the impacts of the pandemic. In this episode, Kristina talks about what drove her to the tech space and how we can use technology as a force for good — ultimately creating a just and equitable society. She also shares how to sustain a service mentality and how she made people grieving from the tragic impacts of COVID-19 feel less alone. -- This podcast is brought to you by Service First and produced by Hueman Group Media. Follow us on Instagram @liveservicefirst, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

38mins

4 Nov 2020

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From Brain Injury to Rocket Science- Lessons from a Female Leader in Tech, Kristina Libby

Boss Women Rock

Kristina Libby is the Chief Science Officer at Hypergiant.Hypergiant, whose CEO has been called the next Elon Musk, is the groundbreaking AI company that crafts forward-thinking tech solutions for behemoths such as Apple, Starbucks, and Twitter. Under Kristina's leadership, Hypergiant is pushing the envelope of space exploration and climate change in a big way.Hypergiant is the first company to start developing an internet in space, fight climate change with a cube powered by AI and algae to capture carbon dioxide, provide an “Iron Man”-inspired space helmet for astronauts that displays vital signs to them, and more.https://www.hypergiant.com/In addition to her corporate experience, Libby is a New York University professor, a former University of Florida professor and an accomplished thought leader who has written for and/or appeared in publications such as Entrepreneur, LA Times, Washington Post, and Cosmopolitan. She's also an accomplished Krav Maga student and kitesurfer.Jen DeVore Richter is the former head of advertising for NASA at Kennedy Space Center turned Certified Platinum Business Coach who won “Innovator of the Year” in 2019 for her results based marketing strategies. She is a published author, keynote speaker, and media personality whose ideas and systems have been featured on NBC, CBS, FOX, ABC, PBS, and HuffPost.Subscribe to the magazine for free at www.BossWomenRockMagazine.comOrder her latest book at www.BossWomenRockBook.comSubscribe to “High Impact, Low Cost Marketing Ideas” on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jendevorerichterJoin the free community for speakers, authors, coaches, and service based professionals: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BossWomenRockSuccessWatch Jen’s keynote speaker videos at www.jendevore.rocksFor business coaching inquiries visit www.jendevore.comEmail collaboration, speaking, and consulting inquiries to jen@jendevore.com

23mins

20 Aug 2020

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041 | MATTERS OF CYBER SECURITY. FEATURING KRISTINA LIBBY, EXPERT AND “THREAT MATRIX” PODCAST HOST.

Social Currency

In this episode of the Social Currency podcast, we interview “Threat Matrix” podcast host, former Microsoft PR lead and now NYU professor, Kristina Libby. Prepare for war. We hit on hidden agendas, the AI war, the responsibility of social platforms to combat fake news, and the line between PR and propaganda.   In our discussion with Kristina, we touch on: Cyber security and what we should all be doing now to protect ourselves The responsibility of social platforms to combat fake news The line between PR and propaganda Winning the AI war The future of social media Links we reference in the show are below: Where to find Kristina: https://twitter.com/matrix_threat https://twitter.com/KristinaLibby Books Referenced in this Episode: Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth: https://amzn.to/2JfgD7s LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media: https://amzn.to/2xnSPIY Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy: https://amzn.to/2IWjxiG Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon: https://amzn.to/2FFBHTy Forums & Sites Referenced in this Episode: Nancy Pelosi Doctored Video: https://www.reddit.com/r/TechNewsToday/comments/bta9e0/a_doctored_video_of_nancy_pelosi_shows_social/ Twitterbots: Anatomy of a Propaganda Campaign: https://www.symantec.com/blogs/threat-intelligence/twitterbots-propaganda-disinformation The Beginners Guide to Not Getting Hacked: https://www.dontclickonthat.com/

56mins

1 Jul 2019

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#13: Kristina Libby, marketing professor and entrepreneur, on the power of planning your personal brand

The Influencer Inc Podcast

Kristina, CEO of The Social Works Company, discusses the importance of company’s looking for and promoting influencers from within their own brand. Learn the four questions that influencers should revisit and reflect on every six months.

21mins

27 Nov 2017

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Eppy 3 - All About The Saccies Y'all with Guest Stars Elisa Benson and Kristina Libby (Part Two)

The Thing That Happened This Week

This week, Claire and Ian are joined by Guest Stars Elisa Benson and Kristina Libby! The guests bring tales of Stranger Things, and public speaking, and the co-hosts chat over questionable karaoke choices, VHS versus Blu-ray, and useless kinds of money.@womanship@ibroski@elisabenson@kristinalibby#ThisWeeksThing@ThisWeeksThingThisWeeksThing.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 10mins

9 Nov 2016

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Eppy 3 - All About The Saccies Y'all with Guest Stars Elisa Benson and Kristina Libby (Part One)

The Thing That Happened This Week

This week, Claire and Ian are joined by Guest Stars Elisa Benson and Kristina Libby! The guests bring tales of Stranger Things, and public speaking, and the co-hosts chat over questionable karaoke choices, VHS versus Blu-ray, and useless kinds of money.@womanship@ibroski@elisabenson@kristinalibby#ThisWeeksThing@ThisWeeksThingThisWeeksThing.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

32mins

9 Nov 2016