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Orbition Group is delighted to bring you this podcast series, which is designed for Data Enthusiasts, to hear from some of the most high-profile Data, Analytics and AI thought leaders from around the globe. Each episode will detail the guests journey to the top while bringing unique insights, drawn from first-hand experience on the industry’s most trending topics. This podcast was created as a way for our industry's most respected leadership figures from across the world to give back to the ...
 
Idanileko yi so nipa awon eko ti Islam gbe kale fun eniti o ba ngba aawe gege bii yiyara fun isinu ati lilora lati je saari, bakannaa ni oludanileko tun so oro nipa asiko ti aawe maa nbere ati asiko ti o maa npari, o si tun so nipa bi esin Islam se se aawe agbayipo ni eewo.
 
Phantom Power Radio is an interview-based audio show from Seattle, WA. The host, Otto, has informal talks with keepers of occult and arcane knowledge. Topics include: all things paranormal, Jungian psychology, magickal practices, entheogens, cryptozoology, conspiracy theories, art and music. Episodes run 1 to 1.5 hours. Intro/Outro song is Gutter Magick by Snowman Plan > http://snowmanplan.bandcamp.com
 
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In Episode 44 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Amiel Shapiro, VP of Data & Insights at Eko, where they discuss how choice-driven experience will play a major part in the future of eCommerce and Digital Retail, which includes; How his Data journey started in the Israeli Special Intelligence Unit The transition from bein…
 
This week Vincent spoke alongside PWC’s Annabell Chartres at Spark Innovation Studio about Sustainability in Tech, one in a series put on by the Spark IoT team. Hosted by Randall Miekle, agile coach at Spark the session started with the key question: what does sustainability mean to you? About Annabell Chartres As the ESG Co-Leader at PwC New Zeala…
 
In Episode 45 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by AI Author and Keynote Speaker, Calum Chace, where they discuss what impact Artificial Intelligence will have on human society in the future, which includes; His background in journalism and how he got onto the AI journey What Artificial General Intelligence is and how it w…
 
Kojin talks on case 40 of the Blue Cliff Record, “Nansen’s It’s Like a Dream.” In this koan, Nansen points to the flower and says, “People these days see this flower as if in a dream.” Kojin gently encourages us to explore what this dream is, and asks us, once we’ve noticed this dream, what need is there to even wake up? The post Talk by Kojin “Thi…
 
In Episode 43 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Jon Cooke, Founder of Dataception, where they discuss the benefits of the data mesh and the value it brings, which includes; What is a data mesh How it differs from other data platforms Why it’s faster, cheaper and less risky The commercial value which a data mesh brings T…
 
Chris Morrison does not stop. He’s the founder of Phoenix Drinks, All Good Organics and Karma Drinks (makers of Karma Cola). He co-founded the Sustainable Business Network, has been a director of the country’s main organic certifier BioGro, and chairs Organics Aotearoa New Zealand. This year he received an NZOM for services to fair trade and sustai…
 
In her dharma talk, Seicho explores relationship as the “truest truth,” which frees us when our perceived truths differ. From Bodhidharma and Emperor Wu (Case 2, Book of Serenity) to Somatic Abolition, she reflects on meeting in truth as a dharma gate for healing trauma and conflict. The post Talk by Seicho: “Meeting in Truth” first appeared on The…
 
The PERT consortium invites you to listen to a podcast moderated by Geoff Barnes, MD, and joined by Rachel Rosovsky, MD, and Scott Kaatz, DO, as they discuss extended VTE treatment and the American Society of Hematology (ASH) 2020 guidelines. These podcasts were developed by the featured Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) Consortium speakers t…
 
In Episode 42 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Doug McConchie, Head of Data & Analytics at HSO, where they discuss how to sell the value of your Data Strategy, which includes; The separation of data from technology Why companies start their Data & Analytics journey without a strategy The major risks of doing so The req…
 
In his Dharma talk senior student Kenko shares three brief vignettes from his life, as encouragement for connecting with our ordinary, concrete, simple, and direct experience of this moment. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Kenko “Because it is so very clear, it’s hard to see” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
Pippa Coom is a rare Auckland Councillor who is championing climate change action and a faster shift to active transport. So how does she rate the council’s actions on transport, buildings and climate justice? And what’s it like to be an activist on the city’s front bench? Pippa is deputy chair of the Auckland Sustainability and Climate Change Comm…
 
In Episode 41 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Daniel Hulme, TedX Speaker and CEO at Satalia, where they have a truly fascinating conversation about the current Artificial Intelligence landscape and what the future holds, which includes: His TedX experience Why organisations don’t have ML/Data problems, they have decis…
 
EcoStore’s Tony Morpeth has been making environmentally friendly household cleaners for more than 20 years. Back then he was a pioneer, working for Stephen Tindall and then Malcolm Rands. Now his products are in pretty much every supermarket, from here to New York. So what goes into an eco-cleaner, and what stays out? And how can EcoStore can stay …
 
In this talk, Seizan explores the elements of his altar to illustrate transformation in action. He brings up Blue Cliff Record case 96, “Chao Chou’s Three Turning Words,” pointing to how the energy of our practice propels us through and enriches our lives. The post Talk by Seizan “Impermanence” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
In Episode 40 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Jason Krantz, CEO/Founder at Strategy Titan, where they discuss how to demonstrate the business value and financial impact of our Data & Analytics initiatives, which includes: Our job is to create clarity on how data can help the business reach its goals Why we need to fin…
 
The PERT Consortium® kindly invites you to the webinar “Cancer and PE: A Growing Problem”. Patients with cancer are at increased risk of developing pulmonary emboli. Join us to hear from world leading experts in cancer and thrombosis on the prevention, treatment, and adverse events that affect this vulnerable population. Our speakers are Marc Carri…
 
CTEPH, the rare yet increasing complication of pulmonary embolism. We discuss the surgical management of CTEPH, when to refer, evaluation timeline, and key points which you should not miss. Dr. Jon Haft, MD, is an Associate Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery at University of Michigan Medical Center.…
 
In the heart of Mt Albert, Auckland, is one of the oldest gardens in NZ. The Sanctuary Mahi Whenua Community Garden was first planted by Maori in pre-European times and hasn’t been built on since. The vege gardens and food forest have been lovingly cared for over the years and flourished under the ownership of Carrington tech, now Unitec. But they …
 
In Episode 39 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Errol Koolmeister, Head of AI Foundation at H&M, where they discuss how to successfully productionize Artificial Intelligence at scale, which includes: Why they established the foundation as an external function and then integrated it into the business What the companies t…
 
June 13, 2021 Senior Student Kenko explores the ingredients for intimate, connected practice in community — encouraging all of us to show up for our own questions — daring to bring them out into the light — be it in our own minds, on Zoom, in private interview, in a personal blog, or with a good friend. The post Dharma Talk by Kenko “Body Exposed i…
 
The Chia Sisters is the kind of food company we dream of in New Zealand. Lovingly created by a family business and bottled in a solar-powered factory, this healthy energy drink is delicious, premium, and wholly sourced from local ingredients. The company is certified carbon positive, pays its workers a living wage, and is a founding member of Futur…
 
In Episode 38 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Christina Stathopopolous, Analytics Lead at Google, where they discuss how to build your personal brand to stand out in the crowded Data & Analytics market, which includes: Getting hired by Google The importance of positivity and persistence Why building a brand is overloo…
 
The PERT Consortium invites you to listen to a podcast moderated by Victor Tapson, MD, and joined by Alex Spyropoulos, MD, and Greg Piazza, MD, as they discuss the VTE risk for hospitalized acutely ill medical patients, risk stratification tools, and the population health impact. These podcasts were developed by the featured Pulmonary Embolism Resp…
 
This is the last episode of Season 1. Join us in the Fall for Season 2, and in the meantime, please take our brief survey! http://bit.ly/theaihealthpodcast Dr. Daphne Koller is CEO and Founder of insitro, a machine-learning enabled drug discovery company. She has been a Stanford CS Professor, co-founder of Coursera and Engageli, one of TIME Magazin…
 
Last Sunday a remarkable thing happened. Along with 2000 of my best friends I rode over the Auckland harbour bridge on my bicycle. I was surpirsed how gentle the gradient was and how pitted the tar-seal surface is. The views are some of the best in Auckland. The really surprising thing though is that were doing it all. The last time someone rode ov…
 
In Episode 37 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Cindi Howson, Chief Data Strategy Officer at ThoughtSpot, where they discuss how the CDO can create a data culture, which includes: 85% fail to achieve the full benefit, not fail full stop Only 14% of organisations are measuring ROI How to measure ROI: Leading Indicators V…
 
May 30, 2021 Senior Student Jiryu discusses how a math puzzle called the Game of Life yields beautiful patterns, and is a good way to understand the Buddha’s teaching of anatman. We recommend the video version of this talk: Audio only here: The post Talk by Jiryu “The Spirit of Form” first appeared on The Village Zendo.…
 
Bakul Patel is the director of the FDA's Digital Health Center of Excellence. In this interview, he shares his perspective on approving AI systems. He discusses how the FDA is evolving to keep up with the medical AI market, and he addresses key ethical concerns such as equity and access. Pranav and Adriel first give an overview on the FDA's premark…
 
In Episode 36 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Adrian Kingwell, CEO of Mezzo Labs, where they discuss what the future of insight looks like and if we've seen the death of the dashboard, which includes: His journey into running a successful Digital Analytics business How staff churn was his biggest problem in the early …
 
Transport represents almost half of CO2 emisisons in NZ. In Auckland, its higher, at 67%. After agriculture with our burbing cows, transport is the most imporant sector to decarbonise. Yet the just published 10-year plan for Auckland predicts a 6% increase in emissions by 2031. Critics have called the plan ‘baffling’ – at odds with the council’s co…
 
May 23, 2021 In his talk, Senior Student Kojin presents case 20 of the Blue Cliff Record, “Ryuge’s Meaning of the Coming from the West,” in which he explores how the alleviation of our suffering is not to fix it or push it away. Rather, he encourages us to open ourselves more intimately to the suffering around us, which can become a gateway for tra…
 
Harlan Krumholz is a cardiologist and scientist at Yale University and Yale New Haven Hospital. He is the Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor of Medicine and is the founder and Director of the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE), one of the nation’s most prominent groups working to improve health and health care. In this interview, h…
 
In Episode 35 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Caroline Worboys, Data, Digital & AI NED, where they discuss why the Data, Analytics and AI industry needs independent NED's, which includes: Why we need to be creative as well as analytical The need to be outcome-focused but understanding how you'll get there The Art of t…
 
Dr Sean Weaver, CEO and founder of Ekos, is a pioneer in using carbon credits to fund indigenous forests, at scale. Which is handy, because we need them. The Climate Change Commission says we need fewer cows and many thousands of hectares of trees, exotic and native. Carbon farming appears to provide an effective mechanism to get there. Landowners …
 
May 16, 2021 In her Dharma talk, “Opening the Hand,” Senior Student Gessho explores the koan, “Chao Chou’s ‘The Ultimate Path is without Difficulty’” and its source in the Hsin Hsin Ming (Faith in Mind). For audio only, please click below or use your favorite podcast app. The post Talk by Gessho “Opening the Hand” first appeared on The Village Zend…
 
May 15, 2021 In his talk, “Lighting Up the Mind,” Senior Student Ryoshin investigates the koan “Ryutan Blows Out a Candle” and encourages us to practice – with great faith, great doubt and great determination. Through practice, we uncover our awakened nature, which is always present. For audio only, please click below or use your favorite podcast a…
 
Mike Coyle is the CEO of iRhythm, and Mark Day is the Executive Vice President of Research & Development of iRhythm, a digital healthcare company redefining the way cardiac arrhythmias are clinically diagnosed by combining wearable biosensing technology with cloud-based data analytics and machine learning capabilities. Together, they speak with us …
 
The PERT Consortium® kindly invites you to listen to the audio from our webinar entitled, “Endo Wars: Aspirate vs. Dissolve”. Experts will debate the optimal management for two patients with intermediate-high risk pulmonary embolism. In these two debates, we will explore the evidence and practice patterns supporting the use of anticoagulation alone…
 
In this talk, senior student Seicho investigates embodiment of our intertwined stories through Dogen’s teaching on intimacy as the skin, flesh, bones, and marrow of inter-relationship. She reflects on this as personal and societal transformation. Recorded May 11, 2021. Podcast audio: The post Talk by Seicho “Intimacy and Entanglement” first appeare…
 
In Episode 34 of Driven by Data: The Podcast, Kyle Winterbottom is joined by Graeme McDermott, Chief Data Officer at Tempcover, where they discuss one of the most debated topics in the industry right now; how hands-on should a data leader be, which includes; Defining what we mean by “hands-on” The two types of Data Leader: Hands-on V Agent of Chang…
 
This week Vincent talks to the indefatigable Glen Herud, dairy pioneer and founder of the Happy Cow Milk Company – where cows keep their young, the calves are not sent to slaughter and the milking shed is mobile, that is, it goes to cows rather than cows coming to the shed. Hard at it since 2006, Glen faced technical, political and financial hurdle…
 
The podcast returns with a discussion on the 1929 surrealist classic, Un Chien Andalou. Listen in as Dustin and Mike hit the roundtable to debate the validity of art for art's sake, dream logic, and determine whether they believe the film to be a masterpiece or a museum piece. Music: "Debaser" (Pixies) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join …
 
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