SVSG CTO Geeta Chauhan Wins CTO of the Year

SVSG CTO Geeta Chauhan Wins CTO of the Year

SVSG is excited to share that its AI Practice Lead, Geeta Chauhan, has been nominated for CTO of the Year in the 2019 Silicon Valley Women in IT Awards.

Geeta is a seasoned veteran of Silicon Valley, with over 25 years’ experience leading teams of developers. She has worked for startups and Fortune 500s, built and launched 17+ platforms and countless applications based on Deep Learning, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Internet of Things, and other cutting edge techniques. She’s been a trusted advisor for investment firms during merger and acquisitions and venture funding, and led over a dozen due diligence projects across US and Europe with total of ~$200 Million investments.

SVSG AI Practice Lead Geeta Chauhan Nominated for CTO of the Year 2019

SVSG AI Practice Lead Geeta Chauhan Nominated for CTO of the Year 2019

SVSG is excited to share that its AI Practice Lead, Geeta Chauhan, has been nominated for CTO of the Year in the 2019 Silicon Valley Women in IT Awards.

Geeta is a seasoned veteran of Silicon Valley, with over 25 years’ experience leading teams of developers. She has worked for startups and Fortune 500s, built and launched 17+ platforms and countless applications based on Deep Learning, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, Internet of Things, and other cutting edge techniques. She’s been a trusted advisor for investment firms during merger and acquisitions and venture funding, and led over a dozen due diligence projects across US and Europe with total of ~$200 Million investments.

SVSG in Forbes: The Art Of Technical Due Diligence

SVSG in Forbes: The Art Of Technical Due Diligence

After participating in dozens of TDD projects, I’ve learned that there are many ways to solve a technical challenge — including using frameworks or programming languages that I personally wouldn’t touch. It is thus critical to put aside one’s own ideas of technical purity and “the right way of doing things” during TDD and to have an open mind about how technology can be used.

Ethical AI is Possible: A Postcard from the Future

Ethical AI is Possible: A Postcard from the Future

As we move into a world of AI First solutions, there has been a lot of debate, fear, and hope about the impact it will have on our lives. A new field of Ethically Aligned AI has emerged as a result, and this article attempts to paint a vision of hope for year 2022, describing the possibilities if the movement achieves its goals, and then explains why I think this future is possible.

Technical Due Diligence, Explained

Technical Due Diligence, Explained

Bernard Fraenkel, SVSG Practice Lead, explains the process of technical due diligence, a key step in the technology company investment cycle. Bernard has led engineering teams of all sizes for over 30 years in Silicon Valley and around the world, and has overseen more than a dozen due diligence assessments.

Deep Learning in Medical Imaging: Overview

Deep Learning in Medical Imaging: Overview

In high-profile discussions of deep learning on professional panels or in the media, leading experts always point to medical diagnostics as one of the most exciting and significant applications of the technology. Yet there is a disconnect—medical diagnostics using AI...

SVSG in Mobile World Live: Why Facebook Instant Games Matter

SVSG in Mobile World Live: Why Facebook Instant Games Matter

Written by SVSG Head of Special Projects, Anthony Manzo Facebook Messenger’s Instant Games have seen immense popularity and have some major advantages over traditional mobile apps, something more developers should take advantage of. In 2012, Draw Something became the...

U.S. Manufacturing Viability Featured In Manufacturing.net

U.S. Manufacturing Viability Featured In Manufacturing.net

Written by SVSG CTO and Practice Manager Carter Smyth & IoT Practice Lead Gustavo Huber The Viability of Reshoring Manufacturing to the U.S. There has been much reporting done on the “trade war” with China; that this is America’s chance to bring manufacturing back...