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    Episode 67

    1st Mar 2023
    HR Leader Podcast: harrison.ai chief people and culture officer on HR’s wide-ranging commercial value

    In this podcast episode, HR Leader sits down with Nicole Karagiannis, our very own Chief People and Culture Officer at harrison.ai.

    As a trilingual individual, Nicole discusses how her language skills have aided her in communicating effectively with diverse groups. She also emphasizes the importance of tailoring recognition to individual employees and fostering an inclusive workplace at harrison.ai.

    Nicole shares insights on her career as an HR professional, her passion for coaching and executive leadership, and the vital role of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the HR landscape. Nicole challenges the traditional view of HR as solely a support function and instead advocates for HR as a commercial business partner.

    Tune in to the full podcast for a thought-provoking conversation on the evolving role of HR.

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    Episode 57

    29th Sep 2022
    How to Ace an Interview – Evolution Exchange Australia

    Get ahead of the game with some of the latest tips, tricks and advice from industry experts to nail your next interview.

    harrison.ai Head of Talent, Pamela Stevenson joins host Liam McDaid and guests Valeriya Samokh (Redbubble) & Dani Difalco (Showpo) for the latest episode of the Talent Acquisition Podcast Series, sharing advice and insights on:
    ✔ Things to think about when preparing for an interview
    ✔ How to answer different types of interview questions
    ✔ Coaching managers to follow a consistent interview process and eliminate bias

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    Episode 15

    26th Sep 2022
    Coach Conversations Podcast

    Nicole Karagiannis, Chief People & Culture Officer at harrison.ai joins host Brendon Le Lievre to discuss all things coaching.

    Nicole & Brendan explore building an internal coaching capability, preparing effectively for coaching sessions and how to quickly fill up your cup. Nicole is an ICF ACC credentialled coach and has completed training with the Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership.

    This is a podcast or human beings interested in helping other human beings by being better listeners, asking better questions or developing higher levels of trust in relationships, teams and organisations.

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    Episode 273

    16th Aug 2022
    Talking HealthTech: How will AI transform healthcare for millions of patients a day?

    The co-founder of harrison.ai and its joint ventures, annalise.ai & franklin.ai, is at the forefront of the Medtech industry. He’s creating AI-powered technology to help solve global healthcare resource shortages.

    The potential impact of this machine-learning software world-wide is awe-inspiring. But where does the ethics fit into all this? Hear what Aengus has to say about the scientific research backing up his groundbreaking tech and the stringent ethical requirements & standards that govern the work they do. Privacy protection of the patients is also a huge consideration when using their data to help create the products – Aengus runs through the sophisticated steps they take to ensure data protection is front of mind and top priority.

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    Episode 334

    9th Aug 2022
    The Mentor with Mark Bouris – Dr Aengus Tran

    Combining human intelligence with AI to create better healthcare: harrison.ai

    In this episode of the Mark Bouris podcast, Aengus breaks down the complex world of AI, coding and algorithms. Fascinated by the concept of getting work done while sleeping, Aengus is using artificial intelligence and machine learning to help solve worldwide clinician shortages. He explains that by distilling knowledge into algorithms and applying machine learning we have scaling capability beyond what humans alone are able to achieve.

    Aengus also fondly talks about co-founding harrison.ai in 2018 with Dimitry, his business-minded brother. The medtech start-up had humble beginnings; the team of 2 built their first super computer from scratch using YouTube tutorials. Since then, they’ve grown the business to a 200+ person, 3 venture operation spanning Australia, UK and US. Tune in to hear about how the team are making waves in medtech and solving the seemingly unsolvable.

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    Episode 459

    31st May 2022
    DealMakers with Alejandro Cremades – Dr Aengus Tran: delivering accurate healthcare

    Contrary to what many people might expect, launching a start-up with your sibling could be the best business decision you could make. At least that’s what Aengus believes. In this podcast, our co-founder talks to entrepreneur Alejandro Cremades about what it’s like working alongside Dimitry. He also covers how to pitch to investors, build a team and why AI technology is so important to the future of healthcare.

    The episode is filled with some of the many learnings Aengus has gained along his harrison.ai journey. He discusses how the company successfully raised over $100m from investors like Horizons Ventures, Skip Capital, I-Med Network Technology and Blackbird Ventures, to help realise his vision of using AI to support clinicians. Aengus also reflects on his decision to go into business with his brother Dimitry, who left his position as Head of Innovation at Ramsay Healthcare to help form harrison.ai. He credits their relationship and the growth of our talented team as another reason as to why we have been able to grow so rapidly as a business. Aengus chats about his excitement for what’s to come, in developing more ventures and impacting more lives around the globe.

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    Episode 16

    20th May 2022
    Talking Business with Leon Gettler – Dr Aengus Tran

    In this episode of the Talking Business podcast, Aengus sat down with host Leon Gettler to talk about more than just business. The conversation covers all things AI and healthcare, as well as harrison.ai’s unique business model and how we’re using it to help an increasing number of clinicians more accurately and efficiently diagnose their patients.

    One of Aengus’ mottos is to do simple things brilliantly. It’s something that’s been formative in the creation and development of harrison.ai. This is discussed in the podcast as well as his upbringing in Vietnam, his Australian schooling and career ambitions which later became a reality. Aengus talks about the significance of Artificial Intelligence and its ability to revolutionise the healthcare industry by helping to tackle the major inequality and capacity issues that exist within the system. He credits the rapid growth of harrison.ai to the expansion of the team and the launch of new ventures within the business, that are providing more clinicians with the tools they need to do their best work.

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    Episode 6

    1st Dec 2021
    Wild Hearts: Helping a million lives a day with Dr. Aengus Tran and Samantha Wong

    Our very own Dr. Aengus Tran sat down with Mason Yates from Wild Hearts to discuss starting a business with purpose and harrison.ai’s mission to help solve the issue of health capacity and health inequality around the world.

    In this episode, Aengus talks about his experience immigrating from Vietnam to Australia and his father’s influence on his passion for computer science. The conversation also covers his first ever start-up, which was born from the inner workings of his university dorm room and inspired by his love of being around people and collaborating with others.

    In fact, collaboration and partnering with leading healthcare companies is credited by Aengus as one of the key reasons behind harrison.ai’s rapid growth. That combined with the talented humans who make up the now 250-person strong company and the culture of determination which drives them to do meaningful work day in, day out.

    Aengus talks about the power of teamwork as well as the power of keeping an open mind, particularly when it comes to the field of medicine. He cites the 20th century as being a period of zooming in and looking at the finer details, whereas he sees the 21st century as a time to zoom out and look at the healthcare system as a whole. He goes on to chat with Mason about the progress we’ve already made with our chest X-ray technology, which is currently being used by one in four clinicians in Australia. Aengus points out that a clear business mission reminds him and his brother Dimitry, and the broader harrison.ai team, why they do what they do – to benefit millions of lives each day.

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