Benjamin Biering

Head of AI, Podimo, Denmark

Benjamin brings a wealth of expertise in Artificial Intelligence to his role as Head of AI at Podimo. With over 10 years of experience, he helps design cutting-edge features for podcast discovery and listening. His background includes a PhD in audio-visual technologies and perception, and a start as an analyst at a digital agency where he analyzed user behavior data to enhance online experiences. Benjamin then went on to work as a data scientist and product manager at eBay Classifieds, focusing on customer analytics and user experience personalization. Prior to joining Podimo, Benjamin was the Head of Machine Learning at, an AI startup where he led the creation of a high-performance data science team. Under his leadership, the team delivered large-scale data products for prominent Scandinavian companies. Now at Podimo, Benjamin leads a team leveraging the latest Natural Language Processing and Understanding technologies, as well as Game Theory, to create an intimate and personalized podcasting experience for users.

All Sessions by Benjamin Biering

12:30 - 16:30
Track 4

Audiodata Summit

Everything you & your station, podcast, audio product need to know about Audio Data Data is the blood that runs through the veins of the internet. Yet, data so much more than the measuring of success – though it is that, too. As a radio station, podcast or audio company: What do you really need to know about data? How can you maximise the impact they have on listeners, branding, and revenue in a data-driven environment? What trends, innovations, new companies and best cases are there to be learned from? And where will the hottest AI developments like ChatCPT etc. lead us? Get inspired, get smarter, get going with lots of learnings and many an insight about the “new gold in media” – in this great Summit on Sunday to hear sessions on: We will rock you data, Everything around measurement, What’s data got to do with it – making excellent content with data, We built this city on data and rock ‘n’ roll – using data in audio work, Money for nothing, and data for free – enhancing monetisation through data.