In this podcast, Sharon Mandell describes how AI helps her team at Juniper and Juniper Networks' IT customers to deliver better experiences. Links to information discussed in the podcast.
2022 Juniper Networks AI Report: https://juni.pr/3CyRdyu
Assessing AI Security Risk: https://www.microsoft.com/security/blog/2021/12/09/best-practices-for-ai-security-risk-management/
Cassie Kozyrkov’s AI Lectures: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRKtJ4IpxJpB_2ei8-5eWU31EZ6uSj9_s
Bill Schmarzo’s Big Data MBA Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaQqEd_Tx4Ep1bOIFEzDJNXI9r64rjhXL
Ethical Machines by Reid Blackman (Book): https://www.reidblackman.com/ethical-machines/
A Beginner Guide on Synthetic Data: https://towardsdatascience.com/synthetic-data-key-benefits-types-generation-methods-and-challenges-11b0ad304b55
The Real Promise of Synthetic Data: https://news.mit.edu/2020/real-promise-synthetic-data-1016
Sharon Mandell is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer leading Juniper’s global information technology team. In this role, she leads the ongoing enhancement of the company’s IT infrastructure and applications architectures to support the growth objectives of the company. She and her team are also responsible for showcasing Juniper’s use of its technologies to the world. Prior to joining Juniper in 2020, Mandell was the Chief Information Officer for TIBCO Software and previously developed her leadership strategy at Harmonic, Black Arrow (now Cadent), Knight Ridder and the Tribune Company. Throughout her career, Mandell developed a level of expertise in cyber security and compliance, enterprise architecture and road mapping, data and analytics, digital transformation and customer service. She is passionate about supporting women in STEM careers and in her free time Mandell serves on various arts and education related boards. She also proudly serves on the computer science advisory board at Temple University. Mandell holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Temple University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.