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The Secret Muse Society is a podcast for the modern muse who knows she has so much more to offer the world. Hosted by Authenticity Coach, Karen Choi, we will pull out the things we keep hidden about ourselves. Let's explore the fears, attachments, beliefs, quirks, curiosities, dreams, and maybe even some taboos - that actually hold us back from the connection we crave. So we can inspire life as we're meant to. To get more visit www.karenchoi.co or join the conversation on Instagram at @karen ...
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On every episode of “How She Does It” you’ll be listening in to a conversation with a female leader — leaders in all industries — who make their own space and build their careers in unique ways. How She Does It is about a woman’s place in the world and in the economy, but it’s also about our power, our emotions, careers, families, and so much more. Host Karen Finerman is the co-founder and CEO of Metropolitan Capital Advisors and a longtime panelist on CNBC's Fast Money. Every guest is the m ...
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From the construction of virtual realities to the internet of things—technology is changing our world every day. But how can we make sure that the quickly-evolving role that tech plays in our lives is one that builds, empowers, and connects us? Host Sherrell Dorsey guides you through the latest ideas from TED Speakers, uncovering the riveting questions that sit at the intersection of technology, society, science, design, business, and innovation. Listen in every Friday.
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CAREhER 是亞太高階女性的領導力共學交流平台。提供全球觀點的內容如組織管理、DEI(Diversity 多樣性、Equity 公平性、Inclusion 共融性)、ESG(Environment 環境保護、Social 社會責任、Governance 公司治理)、虛擬貨幣及 NFT(非同質化代幣)和 Podcast 語音專訪、會員專屬的精緻交流學習活動,以及大型策展論壇,透過共學和交流,成為想像中的領袖。 CAREhER 目前有兩個 Podcast 節目,分別是「Future Makers」和「Leading Ladies」,「Future Makers」中 CAREhER 團隊的 Gen Z 製作帶有未來感的單元,她們討論新科技及趨勢,還有那些熟悉的主題,但將會以新視角詮釋。而在每週更新的 Podcast 節目「Leading Ladies」中,創辦人 Tiffany 邀請創業家、企業執行長、二代接班者、改革者,暢談她們的領導力歷程、人生體悟、產業趨勢等,主題涵蓋共好領導力、成長型思維、利害關係人經營、永續議題等,以及她們的真心話。除了在各大串流平台如 Apple Po ...
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Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival presents “Backstory the Reel Asian podcast”, a podcast that highlights artists and issues relating to the Asian and Asian Canadian media landscape. Hosted by Aram Collier and Kelly Lui, the Reel Asian programming team is here to talk film, shop, and tea. Uploaded monthly. Except when it isn’t. Backstory is written and hosted by Aram Collier and Kelly Lui, and is produced by Seungwoo Baek.
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Just weeks before the management shakeup at OpenAI rocked Silicon Valley and made international news, the company's cofounder and chief scientist Ilya Sutskever explored the transformative potential of artificial general intelligence (AGI), highlighting how it could surpass human intelligence and profoundly transform every aspect of life. Hear his …
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There are countless situations in which risky behavior can be detrimental to your life. But there’s one area though, where risk can be a very good thing — sometimes life-changingly incredible. That’s with entrepreneurship and your career. In fact, not taking risks is arguably one of the riskiest things you can do in your career, and perhaps no one …
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In the US, people spend the overwhelming majority of their time inside buildings that burn fossil fuels, which are bad for both the environment and human health. (Think: breathing in air pollution from gas stoves, furnaces and water heaters.) If we're going to fix this problem, we need to retrofit millions of buildings with all-electric equipment, …
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While a whopping 25% of 40-year-old Americans have never been married, an all-time high according to Pew, engagements and weddings are still a huge business. Couples spent an average of $5,800 on an engagement ring in 2022. And with all of the different companies out there vying for your engagement ring dollars, how does a business target couples a…
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When programmer Tiffani Ashley Bell learned that thousands of people in Detroit were facing water shutoffs because they couldn't afford to pay their bills, she decided to take action -- in the simplest, most obvious way possible. It's an inspiring story of how one person with tenacity and an idea can create monumental change -- and a demonstration …
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Long gone are the days when going to therapy was something we hid from our friends, family, and even our spouses because of the fear that “they might think something is wrong with us.” These days, we share our learnings from therapy proudly and wear good mental health like a badge of honor. And at HerMoney, we love to see women talking about things…
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We're fast approaching a world where widespread, hyper-realistic deepfakes lead us to dismiss reality, says technologist and human rights advocate Sam Gregory. What happens to democracy when we can't trust what we see? Learn three key steps to protecting our ability to distinguish human from synthetic — and why fortifying our perception of truth is…
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It’s crazy to think that it’s only in recent history that women have been able to open a bank account, let alone own a bank. As recently as 1970, women could be turned away by lenders if they didn’t have a male co-signer. There are 4,236 FDIC-insured banks in the United States, and according to Bankrate, there are only 13 women-owned banks – Lead B…
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We can produce abundant, sustainable and cheap energy — for everyone, says physicist Julio Friedmann. He explores the infrastructure, innovation and investment needed to supply energy to 10 billion people, offering case studies from Chile's refurbished supply chain, built in partnership with Japan, to Namibia's budding clean hydrogen production, in…
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What comes to mind when you think of a poker game? Is it a basement or a casino? Is it filled with smoke? Is it mostly men? If those are the assumptions you made, you’re not far off because of the one hundred million people who play poker, fewer than 10% of them are women. Learning the game of poker isn’t just for fun though, it can teach women key…
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Is it possible that this century is the most important one in human history? The 21st century has already proven to be a period of rapid growth. We're on the cusp of developing new technologies that could entirely change the way people live— and could contribute to unprecedented levels of existential risk. Explore how the decisions we make now migh…
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如果投資是一個光譜,一端是我們熟知的投資賺錢,另一端是以慈善行為為捐贈的投資,我們能否從中找到平衡?曾帶領兩個公司至 Nasdaq 上市的 Karen 如今投入在影響力投資的創投領域,運用她豐富的產業經驗,幫助更多新創團隊不僅實現營運和盈利目標,更對社會和地球做出正面貢獻。今天她將分享她對影響力投資的定義,也教我們怎麼從自身出發,透過有意識地消費和投資,實踐「你所花費的每一筆錢,都在為你想要的未來投票」理念。 【 在這集聽她說 】 Karen 對影響力投資的定義 將影響力融入,而不僅看投資回報 社會、經濟、環境,透過影響力投資完成地方創生 從自身出發,開始用「花錢消費」打造對社會的影響力 【閱讀這集】https://careher.net/impact-investment/ 【成為 CAR…
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Have you ever thought about what goes into a Broadway production? I mean really thought about it? For one, it can cost upwards of $20M (yes, million) dollars just to put a show together that includes scenery, costumes, lighting, and rehearsals just to name a few expenses. Carmen Pavlovic, co-owner and CEO of Global Creatures has done that many time…
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The world has plenty of clean energy. The problem is storing that energy and getting it where we need it, when we need it, says battery recycling pioneer Emma Nehrenheim. While batteries are fundamental to powering a sustainable future, their production is surprisingly harsh on the environment. She lays out the science behind a breakthrough in recy…
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This is an episode we think you might like of Body Electric. TED Radio Hour host Manoush Zomorodi digs into the preliminary results of the listener study with Columbia University researcher Keith Diaz. He shares the surprising — and encouraging — initial findings from more than 20,000 listeners who tried to incorporate movement breaks into their da…
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We know that being a female CEO in the investment management industry is rare, and being a Black woman in the investment industry is even rarer. According to a recent study from McKinsey, only 4% of the financial industry’s C-suite positions are held by Black women. We also know that centering Black women in positions of power is good for the entir…
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In the multitude of metaverses that exist there are infinite possibilities for inclusivity and creativity. As we revisit a talk that invites us to craft our own digital universes, Minecraft's game director Agnes Larsson shares how the experience of building and sharing metaverses can foster dialogue, friendship and trust — pointing to the meaningfu…
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It seems that lately, more women than ever are changing careers and finding success in their careers AFTER they turn fifty. While society likes to tell us that our careers (and our looks) have a shelf life, more women than ever are proving that to be completely false. Take comedian and actor Leanne Morgan. Her standup career took off when she was i…
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How do we make historically exclusive fields like classical music, fine arts or academic research more accessible to everyone? Education equalizer and violist Matthew Garcia thinks one way to remove barriers is to create free, virtual education programs that connect talented young minds to the resources they need to thrive in their future careers. …
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Have you asked yourself lately, “What do I want going forward, and what can I do about it today?” For Nori, she knew she wanted to quit her job at Amazon so she took her experience in banking, and built a spreadsheet to conduct a comprehensive financial checkup, and forecasted her capability to handle the risk. This clarity gave her the confidence …
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Making it in the restaurant industry is tough. The National Restaurant Association estimates that only 20% of restaurants end up making it and the vast majority of restaurants — about 80% — fail within 5 years of opening. We also know that being a female in the restaurant industry is even tougher. It’s estimated that only 19% of chefs are female. S…
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When it comes to technology, we're often presented with two contrasting visions of the future: one where technology fulfills all our desires, and another where it leads to chaos and conflict. Sociologist Ruha Benjamin is here with a more radical vision of the future — one where humanity isn't saved or slayed by technology, but rather uses it to upl…
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It’s been a crazy year for interest rates, banks, and mortgage rates. Thankfully, we’ve avoided a recession this year, and about 61% of economists say it's probably not going to happen in the next 12 months. But still, things are a bit scary. And while it’s not nearly as bad, most of us can remember how scary the 2008 financial crisis was. It was t…
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AI won't kill us all — but that doesn't make it trustworthy. Instead of getting distracted by future existential risks, AI ethics researcher Sasha Luccioni thinks we need to focus on the technology's current negative impacts, like emitting carbon, infringing copyrights and spreading biased information. She offers practical solutions to regulate our…
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Sukhinder Singh Cassidy wasn’t born an entrepreneur. When she graduated college she couldn’t seem to land a job, but quickly realized that interviewing at many companies had given her tons of great exposure to different personalities. Fast forward to today, she’s the CEO of Xero and recently sold her THIRD startup, the Boardlist, which helps compan…
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When technologist Luis von Ahn was building the popular language-learning platform Duolingo, he faced a big problem: Could an app designed to teach you something ever compete with addictive platforms like Instagram and TikTok? He explains how Duolingo harnesses the psychological techniques of social media and mobile games to get you excited to lear…
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踏入科技業已經 25 年的 Sharon 聊起她的產業經驗,給我們留下最強烈的印象是又實際、又有前瞻感的領導力。這兩個看似衝突的特質卻在 Sharon 身上巧妙融合;從她談起運用新知來增加工作效率,到她說資源雖然有限,但能在有限的環境中,幫助團隊以及合作夥伴達成他們想要的,就不難理解她在豐富的職涯中,是如何有意識地不斷提升自己,也順勢拓展影響力。這一集,來聽聽 Sharon 聊她的影響力心法,即使面對未來大環境的不確定性,仍然保持開放的心態,「不會,就學!」 【 在這集聽她說 】 身為 Leader,在資源有限的實況下幫助團隊打造安全感,更貼近自己的職場目標 影響力的定義是凝聚共識的能力 你帶出 “real proposal” 了嗎?光說不練不行,光練不說也不行 練出屬於自己的職場武功秘笈 …
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Recorded live at Reel Asian 27 in November 2023, Imran J. Khan, director of the feature film "Mustache" and Nedda Sarshar director of the short film "Unibrow" discuss filmmaking and facial hair while snacking on classic Canadian butter tarts. Reel Asian's own Samir Ballou is their guide. *please excuse our tech difficulties, so if you're watching o…
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Recorded live at Reel Asian 27 in November 2023. Filmmakers from our S-Express showcase of Southeast Asian short films (try to) talk about film while tasting DQ (Dairy Queen) treats for the first time. Featuring Mickey Lai (dir. A Worm, Whatever Will Be, Will Be), the team from "Ms. Pontianak" Alina Wong JinKei (director), Raja Adam Iskandar (produ…
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Recorded live at Reel Asian 27 in November 2023, culture critic and author Jeff Yang discusses his new book "The Golden Screen: The Movies That Made Asian America" with Madelyn Chung, Founder and Editor in Chief at the RepresentAsian Project. In this episode they discuss the trajectories of Jeff's career tracking Asian American popular culture from…
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In November 2004, the hit television show “House” premiered and raked in a massive nineteen million viewers by its first season finale. House was a show that broke all the rules of what a prime-time medical show should be. And while many people tuned in to watch Hugh Laurie’s brilliance in the role, they were also glued to the relationship he had w…
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What if you could control your digital devices using just the power of thought? That's the incredible promise behind the Stentrode — an implantable brain-computer interface that collects and wirelessly transmits information directly from the brain, without the need for open surgery. Neurotech entrepreneur Tom Oxley describes the intricacies of this…
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The holidays are a time when many of us give back — whether we’re volunteering at a food pantry or donating to a cause we believe in — and this year, our donations could be more important than ever. Nearly 5 million fewer people gave to charity in 2022 than in 2019, according to Charities Aid Foundation. Further complicating the picture is that tod…
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From exoskeletons and robotic arms to the mass adoption of remote work, economist Piyachart Phiromswad explores what seniors need to overcome the physical, mental and societal barriers to employment, a necessary shift in our rapidly aging world. Learn more about how these tools could empower elderly workers and better the world — for everyone. Afte…
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Our show delves into all things women, money, and power every week… But the truth is, we can’t talk about women in power without also looking at women’s financial power. Even now, in 2023, women are woefully behind when it comes to investing and realizing the kind of financial freedom that can only come from building wealth. Thankfully, there are i…
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This is an episode of Fixable, another podcast from the TED Audio Collective. This week, Anne and Frances dive into their area of expertise: trust. Frances recounts the time when she was brought in to help Uber fix their huge trust breakdown. Using Uber as a case study, they explain the three pillars of trust — authenticity, empathy and logic — and…
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The way we get our news is always changing — and lately, it seems to be changing more rapidly than ever before. One of the first outlets to make news bite-sized and informative was the Skimm, a newsletter that launched in 2012 and was developed by two former roommates, Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin. Danielle Weisberg joins us today to chat abou…
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“AI can be a transformational tool in our fight against climate change," says Sims Witherspoon, a leader at the AI research lab Google DeepMind. Using wind power as her case study, she explains how powerful neural networks can help us better predict Earth's changing ecosystems and accelerate the breakthrough science needed to create a carbon-free e…
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因爲自身免疫問題開始嘗試食物療法的沛如,透過對食物的真實慾望和反應,找到了與身體對話、共好的平衡。2023 年 9 月推出新書《用愛發酵:和食物對話,從我到我們的療癒之路》,從美國到台灣,她看見在社會上對於「食物」相關的每個環節,都經常被諸多既得利益族群所掌控;但她卻也驚喜地發現,在這個過程中相對弱勢的族群,他們背後所辛苦耕耘、促進多元文化再生的美好故事。睽違兩年上節目,沛如將再次和我們分享她的新旅程,並花了 10 年,重新認識自己,以及自己和這個世界的關係。 【 在這集聽她說 】 聆聽身體的訊息,讓食物療癒你的心靈 SOUL Food 心靈食物 食農故事助產士 去殖民化的企業:Diaspora Co 我們是祖先最狂妄的夢 Support this show: https://open.fi…
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Here’s a sobering statistic: Approximately 1 out of every 8 women will get diagnosed with breast cancer in her life. In other words, nearly every family will have some experience with breast cancer — whether it’s their mother, their aunt, or their friend. We also know how critical early diagnosis is and that advancements in diagnosing and treating …
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From health-tracking wearables to smartphones and beyond, data collection and computer modeling have become a ubiquitous part of everyday life. Advancements in these areas have given birth to "digital twins," or virtual models that evolve alongside real-world data. Aerospace engineer Karen Willcox explores the incredible possibilities these systems…
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Mari's final Advice for Growth: Self-reflection as a motivational tool: She recommends conducting a self-review every three months, where individuals evaluate what went well, what didn't, and set intentional goals. This practice, she emphasizes, can lead to tremendous personal growth. Learning from female role models: Mari looks up to women from va…
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We all know by now that women HAVE to invest if we want to turn our earnings into true wealth. Yet still, even in 2023, not enough women feel confident about investing. According to HerMoney’s 2023 State of Women survey, sponsored by Principal Financial Group, just 22% of female employees compared to 46% of male employees considered themselves know…
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Imagine a boat that propels by moving its "tail" from side to side, just like a fish. That's the kind of machine that TED Fellow Robert Katzschmann's lab builds: soft-bodied robots that imitate natural movements with artificial, silent muscles. He lays out his vision for machines that take on mesmerizing new forms, made of softer and more lifelike …
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We all want to grow our careers… but what happens when you’re already at the top, or in the C-suite? How, exactly, do you go from COO to CEO? Or from CMO to starting your own business? Career coach Elizabeth Pearson has a unique approach — she says while you need to work your contacts on LinkedIn, you also need to trust in the universe to lead you …
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Lethal drones with facial recognition, armed robots, autonomous fighter jets: we're at the dawn of a new age of AI-powered warfare, says technologist Alexandr Wang. He explores why data will be the secret weapon in this uncharted landscape and emphasizes the need to consider national security when developing new tech — or potentially face all-out A…
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To be a ballet dancer, you must be a dancer, an athlete, and a performer all at the same time. It is a competitive and complex hierarchy, with thousands of dancers funneling to just a small handful at the very top. And that tiny percentage of ballerinas at the pinnacle has looked the same for over 100 years… There is an overwhelming lack of diversi…
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What if we could hear nature's ultrasonic communication -- and talk back? From a bat's shrill speech to a peacock's infrasound mating call, conservation technology researcher Karen Bakker takes us through a sound bath of animal noises that are far outside humanity's range of hearing, demonstrating how artificial intelligence has translated the incr…
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This fall, millions of college students are stepping onto campus for the first time. The first months of college are also the first moments when many of us dream about how we want to make our marks on the world. While some of us changed majors many times before we decided what path we wanted to take, others were laser-focused on their futures from …
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Megafires, or fires that burn more than 100,000 acres, are becoming more frequent worldwide, wreaking havoc on landscapes and communities -- and fire experts say the problem is only going to get worse. George T. Whitesides is focused on fighting these devastating natural disasters through innovative technologies and intentional changes to how we bu…
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