I was invited by Blay Whitby of Sussex University (UK) to give the final lecture on his Artificial Intelligence 2nd-year undergraduate course to talk about my experiences over 10 years working on A.I. in the 'real world'.
Alongside my screencasting business (ProCasts.co.uk) I've been successfully applying my A.I. knowledge to business problems for a decade.
Here I give an overview of some of my War Stories, present some hard problems that enterprising students might like to solve and then lay-out a guide to starting a new company to solve these problems.
Verbal typo 1 - the 'billion euros' comment should probably have been '10s of millions of euros' (out by two orders of magnitude - I'll put that down to having too much to say!).
Verbal typo 2 - Nick Jakobi's exact job at Google is still a bit of a mystery to me, it was something senior to do with Ads and Video in Google but don't quote the title I gave him...