The real problem with spatial computing. With Ash Richter
Today, our guest is Ash Richter — an internet friend who I've been meaning to interview for years. Ash currently works for BHP, a multinational Australian mining company, where she focuses on the application of innovative and emerging technologies. But this is just her latest gig: she also has half a dozen advanced degrees and deep experience as a technologist, VC, anthropologist, engineer, and business analyst. She's worked with AECOM, the CIA, CyArk, and a lot more.Today she stops by to explain why spatial computing won't work unless stakeholders, companies, and even industries start cross-pollinating ideas and tech. There are little pockets of excellence spread around the tech landscape she says, but no one industry has every piece of the puzzle.