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Best CNA podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best CNA podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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CNA Talks covers the topics of today from foreign policy and defense to policing, education and more. Each episode features a discussion on current affairs led by our in-house experts. CNA is a nonprofit research organization dedicated to developing actionable solutions to complex problems of national importance.
 
AI with AI explores the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and autonomy, and discusses the technological and military implications. Join Andy Ilachinski and David Broyles as they explain the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field. The views expressed here are those of the commentators and do not necessarily reflect the views of CNA or any of its sponsors.
 
Good List/Bad List is an informal and (hopefully) informed look at the stories that are generating buzz in the CNA newsroom and across our platforms. Join host Steve Lai as he leads a panel of news anchors through discussion, debate and disagreement; to determine what merits a place on Good List/Bad List. Host Steve Lai presents Asia Tonight at 8pm and Singapore Tonight at 10pm weekdays on CNA TV. Tweet him @SteveLaiCNA
 
Welcome to CNA Editor's Desk, a podcast from Catholic News Agency. Every week our editors sit down together and discuss what you need to know about the week's news and what's going on in the Church. This podcast is a spinoff of "CNA Newsroom"— if you enjoyed our bonus episodes before, you'll love Editor's Desk! Subscribe on your favorite podcast app, and be sure to also subscribe to our companion podcast, CNA Newsroom: https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/podcast/cna-newsroom
 
STEMwire Live, a podcast from CNA Education, features career and technical education (CTE), how CTE can be improved and supported through research, and innovative people and CTE programs that are helping students prepare for success after high school. CNA Education provides applied research and tools to help policymakers and practitioners improve public education.
 
This podcast contains today's mass readings from the US Catholic Conference of Bishops. The official USCCB podcast feed contains many future podcasts which requires you to scroll through a month's worth of podcasts to today's reading only. This feed only downloads the podcast of the day so today's reading will appear on top of the list. The script is based on the user's timezone so it will work globally. Please note that the USCCB podcasts are downloaded directly from the USCCB website - thi ...
 
Join host Sean Rice (Second Clarinet, NAC Orchestra) as he explores the world of classical music and its great composers. In this series of audio programmes you can look forward to hearing insightful commentary about upcoming NAC Orchestra programmes as well as musical excerpts and interviews with NACO musicians and guest artists.
 
Welcome to Complete Nerd Authority's Soundcloud Page!!! Here you will be able to listen to all of our podcasts and recordings where we talk about movie reviewss, sci-fi, comics, video games, anime, and any type of fandom in the world!!! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Google and Google Plus!!!! COMPLETE NERD AUTHORITY IS YOUR AUTHORITY FOR EVERYTHING IN THE SCI-FI WORLD!!!
 
In this special podcast series called Merdeka Memories, listen to the stories of Singapore’s Merdeka Generation. Through the experiences of these men and women born in the 1950s, relive their struggles and opportunities while they grew up in post-independence Singapore. How their life has defined and strengthened the Singapore spirit?
 
On The Record started as 938LIVE’s flagship one-on-one personality-based interview show. Now running more than 60 episodes, it is a hard-hitting and thought-provoking weekly interview with thought leaders across Singapore, on issues ranging from politics, the arts, business, the economy to social causes.
 
The Pulse is CNA's weekly podcast that takes on anything, from politics to entertainment. It brings together personalities with a view in a funny, irreverent and insightful chat that takes the pulse of the country on issues that matter.
 
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In this special Supreme Court edition of the podcast, CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss the week’s news, including several recent and highly consequential Supreme Court decisions. They also talk about the abuses against the Uighur people in China, chat for a couple of minutes about baseball, and, for fun, take the United States Citizenship…
 
In the first episode of our new occasional series, Justice Talks, Vivian Elliot sits down with Brad Berry the District Attorney for Yamhill County, Orgeon. They discuss how prosecutors’ offices are adapting to the new normal, under COVID-19. Go to www.cna.org/CNAtalks to learn more about the participants and listen to more CNA Talks episodes.…
 
Full Text of Readings Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 100) All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________ The Saint of the day is St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria On July 5, the Catholic Chu…
 
Secretary of the Navy, Ambassador Kenneth Braithwaite joined Admiral James G. Foggo on the #podcast "On the Horizon: Navigating the European and African Theaters" to discuss the importance of maritime security in Europe, diversity and equal opportunity in the U.S. Navy, and family history related to World War 2 and how that inspires them today. In …
 
Editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon are back this week for a candid conversation about the toppling of statues in the US; the Black Lives Matter movement; and the inculturation of Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Editor Carl Bunderson is back by popular demand for a couple of games.5:55 - Protests being coopted by mob mentality or corporate emotivism https://…
 
In COVID-related news, Nature publishes a review of COVID-19 AI tools, emphasizing that most tools are still in development and largely unproven. Inserm selects Expert System’s AI support for its COVID-19 research and its group of over 10,000 researchers. Researchers provide in open-source a large annotated dataset of CT and X-ray images from COVID…
 
Up for discussion this week: Singapore has moved into Phase 2 reopening with restaurants and malls filled with people out and about. We discuss the role of individual responsibility as the economy reopens. Election preparations ramp up as political parties hit the ground to garner support ahead of polls on July 10. And finally, we contemplate the f…
 
In COVID-related AI news, Andy and Dave discuss an announcement from WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute, WVU Medicine, and Oura Health, with the ability to predict COVID-19 related symptoms up to three days in advance via biometric monitoring. Japan’s M3 is teaming with Alibaba’s AI Tech to provide CT-scan capability to hospitals that can ident…
 
Up for discussion this week: Sounds of joy rang out in households when it was announced that Singapore will enter Phase 2 of reopening from its COVID-19 circuit breaker. But dark clouds remain – latest figures show an 11.8% GDP contraction in the second quarter and the worst jobs numbers in a decade. Plus, are social media vigilantes helpful or har…
 
Gloria Purvis is a Black Catholic, pro-life leader, and longtime radio host. In this bonus episode of CNA Editor’s Desk, Gloria and JD Flynn have a candid conversation about racism, the death of George Floyd, and much more. If you’re interested in joining in prayer for reparation to God for the sin of racism, please email Gloria at blackcatholics4L…
 
CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss the week's news, including former nuncio Carlo Maria Vigano’s letter to President Trump, and Vigano’s increasing detachment from “reasonable discourse;” the results of an investigation into Monsignor Walter Rossi, rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in DC; the QAnon c…
 
In this week’s COVID-related AI news, Andy and Dave discuss “SciFact” from the Allen Institute for AI, which built on neural network VeriSci and can link to supporting or refuting materials for claims about COVID-19. Berkeley Labs releases COVIDScholar, which uses natural language processing text-mining to search over 60,000 papers and draw insight…
 
Up for discussion this week: PM Lee Hsien Loong in his national address said countries will fight over resources in a post pandemic world. What will it mean for trade-dependent Singapore, when other countries start thinking less “we” and more “me”? Singapore prepares for an election during COVID-19. Can we carry off a safe and orderly process, like…
 
CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss hope, prayer, and leisure. Stay tuned for Breaking News in the middle. For the third week, Father Brad Doyle of “The Quizzical Papist” podcast joins at the end for a fun game of trivia. (00:00) Hope, prayer, and leisurehttp://www.vatican.va/content/benedict-xvi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_ben-xvi_enc_20071…
 
In COVID-related AI news, Andy and Dave discuss work from Mount Sinai researchers, who have created an AI system that uses CT scans to diagnose patients with COVID-19. MIT and IBM Watson announce plans to fund 10 AI research projects to find COVID-19. The National Security Commission on AI releases its second white paper on COVID-19, on mitigating …
 
In this episode, Admiral Foggo talks about how the U.S. Navy sailed in waters it hasn't sailed into for 35 years and he saves the best for last, a conversation with Mr. Jim "Hondo" Geurts, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisitions. The two leaders discuss present and future technologies that will help the Navy face …
 
Up for discussion this week…. Violent protests rage across the US, following the death of a black man under the knee of a white police officer. Racism, discrimination, and inequality discussions have come up here in Singapore too. Singapore’s “circuit breaker” ends, but could we see a COVID-19 relapse like we’ve seen in other countries? And a 14-ye…
 
CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss the most important Catholic news of the week, including the continued fallout from the killing of a black man by police in Minneapolis; China’s imposition of new “security laws” on Hong Kong; Maryland lifting a ban on Holy Communion; diocesan mergers; and much more. For the second week, Father Brad Doyle o…
 
In COVID-19-related AI news, Andy and Dave discuss the Novel Coronavirus Research Compendium, a curated resource from Kate Grabowski, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins, with the goal of providing a smaller, but higher-quality, data set on coronavirus research. Primer AI uses natural language processing to summarize the latest information on COVID-…
 
Up for discussion this week: Singapore’s fourth budget to tackle the fallout from the coronavirus will inject another S$33 billion into the economy with the aim of creating jobs and helping the vulnerable. But how many businesses can survive the fallout from COVID-19? Tensions are rising in Hong Kong with a proposed National Security Law: Will we s…
 
It has been 5 years since Pope Francis published his encyclical, Laudato si’. A lot of people still think about it as the pope’s encyclical about recycling, air conditioning, or global warming. Pope Francis does write about those things, but his encyclical includes much, much more. Show notes: https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/laudato-si-atla…
 
On this episode of the podcast, CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss the most important Catholic news of the week, including the announcement that the bishops of Minnesota will reopen public Masses. Later in the show, Ed and JD play a game with Father Brad Doyle, host of “The Quizzical Papist” podcast, who will be joining CNA Editor’s Desk to…
 
On this episode of CNA Talks, CNA analysts James "Chip" Coldren and Yee San Su sit down with Guy Bosch, the warden of the correctional facility in Stillwater, MN. They discuss SAFER-C™ , a simulation and planning model which helps correctional leaders make prisons safer, by tracking the spread of COVID-19 among prisoners and staff. For more CNA res…
 
Up for discussion this week: Singapore has a blueprint on how to reopen the economy. It comes in three phases, has conditions and a long time line. Do you know what you can and cannot do? We have a chat with CNA’s Malaysia correspondent Melissa Goh who talks about Malaysia’s roller coaster politics. And, the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix may not b…
 
On this episode of the podcast, CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss the legacy of Pope St. John Paul II on his hundredth birthday; the continued fallout (or lack thereof) of a letter signed by several prominent bishops warning that the coronavirus pandemic is being exploited to create a “one world government;” the latest on the massive and s…
 
Andy and Dave discuss a white paper from the National Security Commission on AI, on Privacy and Ethics Recommendations for Computing Applications Developed to Mitigate COVID-19. The Office of the Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security issues a second point paper on lethal autonomous weapons systems, with AI, Human-Machi…
 
Up for discussion this week: As countries start to ease up on COVID-19 restrictions, new cases flaring up across the world suggests this is not an easy open or shut issue. We discuss the pressures governments are under to balance public health with their free-falling economies. Plus, working from home ... forever. Are we all in agreement this is a …
 
We share three stories of pilgrimages with unexpected outcomes. A group travels to the Holy Land as the coronavirus reaches pandemic levels; a proposal gone wrong on the Camino de Santiago; and a life-changing accident on a pro-life pilgrimage across the United States.Show notes: https://www.crossroadswalk.org/https://soundcloud.com/cnanewsroom/ep-…
 
On this episode of the podcast, CNA editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon discuss some of the week’s most important Catholic news stories, including the fallout from a controversial letter warning of a “one world government” and supposedly signed by several bishops and cardinals. They also play a round of "world capitals” geography trivia and “Crazy Like …
 
Up for consideration this week: A bit of light at the end of the tunnel: Singapore to start gradually easing circuit breaker measures as COVID-19 community cases decline. Are you looking forward to a haircut? Food & Beverage businesses have been sliced, diced and deep fried by the coronavirus. Politics in a pandemic? The US President lashes out at …
 
NAC Orchestra Music Director Alexander Shelley talks with uOttawa Professor and Clara Schumann expert Julie Pedneault-Deslauriers about the Orchestra's recording project focusing on Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms. The first release, recorded live in Southam Hall at the NAC, can be purchased online.…
 
Andy and Dave discuss the initial results from King’s College London’s COVID Symptom Tracker, which found fatigue, loss of taste and smell, and cough to be the most common symptoms. MIT’s CSAIL and clinical team at Heritage Assisted Living announce Emerald, a Wi-Fi box that uses machine learning analyzes wireless signals to record (non-invasively) …
 
Editors JD Flynn and Ed Condon sit down for another quarantine edition of the podcast. They discuss reactions to President Donald Trump's recent phone call with bishops and other Catholic leaders; canonists rallying to petition recourse to Rome for the reopening of public Mass; and much more. Show notes and timestamps: 10:20 - President Trump takes…
 
Up for consideration this week: The large, abrupt shock from COVID-19 rattles Singapore’s economy and the outlook is bleak but what can we do to survive this storm? Sharing is caring but it can land you in court, fined, and even jailed. We talk about the cost of crossing the line in sharing information during these times. As China emerges from the …
 
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