The latest in technology from Collision Conference in Toronto (Part 1)

The latest in technology from Collision Conference in Toronto (Part 1)

Today's show features James Connolly, co-founder of VoxNeuro, and Christine Yen, CEO of Honeycomb.io
The first of two shows (the second will drop on Tuesday) featuring the views of speakers and leaders at Collision Conference in Toronto. Today we're meeting VoxNeuro's James Connolly, who is creating an objective system for measuring the health of your brain. Then as we tackle an increasingly complex world we meet Christine Yen, CEO of Honeycomb.io, who talks to us about the virtues of observability. Whilst there was a huge amount of Gen AI chatter at the show, and a focus on the challenges we face, it was clear that talking and sharing ideas can only help. We need to work together.

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